Swim in salt water Avoid swimming in chlorinated water if you can. After swimming change straight away Change out of bathers and shower to remove any chlorine or salt from your vulva Avoid wet clothing next to your vulva Wear loose fitting pants Avoid tight fitting jeans, pants, G-strings, and if you have to wear pantyhose try those with a cotton gusset. Lean forward when passing urine This helps to avoid burning and always wipe or pat from front to back. Normal secretions vary throughout the menstrual cycle, from thin and slippery during ovulation to thick and white just before your period.
Is this your child's symptom? Genital symptoms in young girls before puberty Symptoms include pain, itching, discharge, bleeding and rashes Vulva itching and irritation from soap is the most common problem Symptoms not caused by an injury Symptoms Covered in this Topic Vaginal symptoms include discharge, bleeding and pain Vulva symptoms include itching, pain and pain when passing urine Genital area skin symptoms include itching, pain, rash and swelling Causes of Genital Symptoms in Young Girls Soap Vulvitis. The vulva is the area outside the vagina. Soaps can cause this area to be red, sore and itchy. Bubble baths are the most common cause of genital itching. Not rinsing the genitals at all can also cause itching.