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Just recently i noticed the area of my vaginal opening was white but i have no vaginal discharge,smell, bumps, irritation, burning or anything just had a light itching that didnt last but would see thst as not normal but the white is bothering me its only in that small space
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A little bit of dryness or mild itching isn't necessarily something to be concerned about if it's not an ongoing issue. I'm not quite sure what you mean about the white area, though; is this a change in your skin color from what it has been previously, or does it look like something on your skin and not the skin itself?
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