The list for reasons for vulvavaginal itchiness is limitless. In fact we can go on all day with them. The most common causes actually fall under three categories.
There are skin irritants that may trigger an allergy such as a latex condom, or just an easy irritability from a new textile, or a soap, or a washing detergent you’re making use of.
Then there’re infectious causes. Extremely commonly Vulvavaginal Candidiasis which is recognized far better as yeast infection. Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) and Trichomonas, (Trich) could likewise provide with symptoms of itching. Infections such as HPV that can trigger veneral warts, and even the start of a Herpes infection can provide as vulvavaginal itching.
Then there’re skin problems such as Lichen Schlerosus, Lichen Planus, Psoriasis, problems by Scabes, or even pubic lice. As well as more seriously, even vulvar cancers can provide in the onset with the basic sign of vulva itchiness.
And when something itches it’s a sign that something is wrong.