Do UTI’s or Yeast infections cause vaginal dryness?

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I have no itching, no burning while I pee, just vaginal dryness. What’s causing this?
Also, if burning does begin to occur. Then what?

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2 Responses to Do UTI’s or Yeast infections cause vaginal dryness?

  1. Larkin L says:

    No UTIs and Yeast Infections do not cause vaginal dryness. If you have burning, you need to see a doctor. You could have an allergy to something.

  2. nikkole. says:

    if burning begins to occur u should go to the doc and get checkd for stds .

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