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Hello, my name is Joana, sorry my English is not the best
5 months ago I'm having problems in genitas organs.
Initially began to feel a burning sensation in the genitals after putting several medications for fungi the situation has improved, but it starts to get  worse
In second phase I went to genecologista he sent me  to the dermatologist because I was diagnosed dermatitis medicated me with curtisona and Protopic past two months mucous have a normal appearance but a burning sensation continues.

I'm getting desperate, I went to a lot of doctors, they  told me it could be an autoimmune disease. I researched and I think may be the cedialac disease, I will do tests.
While walking causes me burning, I can not wear underwear,  I need help please!!
Does anyone have the same symptoms, or know of anything?

Thank you, please if you know something answer me. :( 

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Ouch.  My first thought was it could be a yeast (candida) infection.  That can cause a great deal of discomfort.

 

The rash associated with celiac disease is dermatitis herpetiformis (dh).  It is a horribly itchy rash that is very sensitive to gluten consumption.  We have a forum for dh here, so asking questions about it there could give you more information. https://www.celiac.com/forums/forum/26-dermatitis-herpetiformis/

 

To see if the rash is dh, a doctor will need to biopsy and test beside the rash.  You can also have blood tests done: tTG IgA, tTG IgG, DGP IgA, DGP igG, EMA IgA, total serum IgA and maybe the older AGA IgA and AGA IgG tests.  Do not eat gluten-free until testing is done.

 

I'm sure other with rash experience will offer more advice.  Best wishes.


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Thank you for your answer, i never had itchy, i have a sensation of burning and hot, i will see this forum.

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Ouch.  My first thought was it could be a yeast (candida) infection.  That can cause a great deal of discomfort.

 

The rash associated with celiac disease is dermatitis herpetiformis (dh).  It is a horribly itchy rash that is very sensitive to gluten consumption.  We have a forum for dh here, so asking questions about it there could give you more information. https://www.celiac.com/forums/forum/26-dermatitis-herpetiformis/

 

To see if the rash is dh, a doctor will need to biopsy and test beside the rash.  You can also have blood tests done: tTG IgA, tTG IgG, DGP IgA, DGP igG, EMA IgA, total serum IgA and maybe the older AGA IgA and AGA IgG tests.  Do not eat gluten-free until testing is done.

 

I'm sure other with rash experience will offer more advice.  Best wishes.

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Welcome to the forum.  What country are you located in?

 

What you describe doesn't sound like a typical presentation of DH.  While it wouldn't hurt to get tested for that and Celiac disease, have you been tested for other things, such as Sexually Transmitted Diseases?  Have you had cultures done, where they can see if there is bacteria or yeast there?  It just seems like something may have been missed, such as a bad yeast infection perhaps.  I would see another doctor for a second opinion.


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Research Lichen Sclerosus. It is a skin disease that some doctors classify as an autoimmune disorder. It mostly affects the genitals. Some get it on their chest. No one know why it happens. It happens mostly to women. There is no cure, but special hydrocortisone medication for it can relieve itching and some pain. It seems to affect those with hormonal issues like those with thyroid disease or menopausal hormone drops. You can not infect your partner.

A biopsy may be required.

I wish you well.


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Thank you for your awnser.

I am living in Portugal, it can´t be Sexually Transmitted Diseases, because i had done tests.

I done tests for baterias and yeast and they are negative. I went to a more than one doctor.

Before this start i lose 10 kilos.

Best Regards

 

Welcome to the forum.  What country are you located in?

 

What you describe doesn't sound like a typical presentation of DH.  While it wouldn't hurt to get tested for that and Celiac disease, have you been tested for other things, such as Sexually Transmitted Diseases?  Have you had cultures done, where they can see if there is bacteria or yeast there?  It just seems like something may have been missed, such as a bad yeast infection perhaps.  I would see another doctor for a second opinion.

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Thank you, for the information, but i never had itchy, and I have the mucosa with a normal appearance. I have a sensation of burning in the vagina and anus.

Best Regards

Research Lichen Sclerosus. It is a skin disease that some doctors classify as an autoimmune disorder. It mostly affects the genitals. Some get it on their chest. No one know why it happens. It happens mostly to women. There is no cure, but special hydrocortisone medication for it can relieve itching and some pain. It seems to affect those with hormonal issues like those with thyroid disease or menopausal hormone drops. You can not infect your partner.

A biopsy may be required.

I wish you well.

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Hi everyone, my intolerance to gluten tests came back negative , but I gave positive bigotry bread yeast , I have seen on other blogs people who complain that by eating bread are burning with the genitals but will very little information about it . I will two weeks without eating bread, pasta, cereals, chocolates, drink milk or any alcoholic drink, basically just as fruit, soup, meat, fish .

My situation during these two weeks seemed to be improving , but it seems I was wrong, I still have a great ardor , when stray too walk my vagina ignites , today for example I did almost nothing and I have a big burning felling. I do not have fungi , itching , done a big variety of tests all come out negative. I am desperate please share you know .
Does anyone know how long I have to go without eating bread yeast to see results ?

Thank you 

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