dry and dead flaky skin on vagina?

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I had very dry and flaky skin on my vaginal lips. I could peel it off and it looked scaly. I then got pregnant and it went away. I thought it could be because I had stopped taking my birth control that it went away. Now that I’ve have my baby and now am back on birth control the dry and flaky skin is back. It is very itchy and I sometimes scratch it raw because I cant stand it. Does anyone know what this is…how to get rid of it…or what I should do? Please let me know. Thank you!

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2 Responses to dry and dead flaky skin on vagina?

  1. WaychulMonster says:

    I would see a doctor.

  2. Beatles says:

    sounds like Fungus or Infection worst can Eczema
    but you must see you Gynecologist so can peel dry skin
    and check it on laboratory so doc can give a good cream
    or antibiotics so you can be cured.

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