Dry and dead, flaky skin on vagina for about a month?

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I’m wondering what it could be..? It’s very flaky and I could sometimes peel off and see scaly-like dead skin after peeling it off. What could this possibly be? Thanks.

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5 Responses to Dry and dead, flaky skin on vagina for about a month?

  1. knittinmama says:

    Don’t know but it isn’t normal. You should see your doctor.

  2. Savannah says:

    probly see your doctor now!

  3. Betty White says:

    Could just be dermatitis. You might be allergic to something in your shampoo or soap. A light steroid cream should clear it up.

  4. Voldy says:

    go seer a doctor to make sure its nothing, especially if your sexually active!

  5. kayla says:

    everybody keeps telling her to go see a doctor if she wanted to see a doctor she wouldnt be on this site. gosh! you can use the same cream we use on babies when they have a diaper rash. or start moisturizing down there more. just on the outside lips not the inside. its probably just a little ashy

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