Common "Vaginosis" queries answered by top doctors | iCliniq


Vaginosis is a bacterial infection affecting the vagina. It occurs as a result of an imbalance in the naturally occurring bacteria in the vagina. It causes a burning sensation during urination, itching outside the vagina, and gray vaginal discharge. It is treated by taking antibiotics.

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What is the natural way of getting relief from itchy skin in vaginal area?

Query: Hello doctor, I would like to know of a natural way to heal my skin on the outside of my vaginal area (it is not a fungus). I have been to the doctor, and all the test came back negative of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). She also prescribed me with steroids, and I did not get them because I n...  Read Full »

Dr. Aishwarya Ilavarasan

Answer: Hello, Welcome to We will cure this naturally. I need further more details of your vaginal discharge. Dry your clothes, especially your inner wears in sunlight, use mild soaps for washing your clothes. The probable causes may be tight undergarments, detergents, lichen vaginosis, and co...  Read Full »

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