We can't (and won't) guess at why you're itchy.
Was the sex you had protected? Are you having any other signs/symptoms of anything wrong? Any bumps or changes in skin colour? Any discharge? Any pain/burning?
If the sex you had was protected, it is possible you could have some sort of allergy to latex or spermicide (if used). If the sex you had was unprotected, you need to see a doctor and schedule a full STI screen.
Smurf's words go double. Get to the doctor to get it checked out. If the sex was unprotected, request a full STI screen. Discharge paired with itching isn't something to go ignored.
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