Vaseline and vaginal infections?

I recently used Vaseline as a lubricant during sexual intercourse with my husband. The next day I had vaginal itching and it’s been like this for a few days. I read that Vaseline can cause infections if used as a sexual lubricant. I’m not sure if it’s a yeast infection or not. I have no other symptoms of a yeast infection. Is there any over the counter products I should try to get rid of the itching?

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Vaseline shouldn’t cause any infections. It could be that you are a rare case. Infections occur when the ph level of acidity in your vagina is imbalanced and is not able to fight off the bad bacteria that may be present. It could be that you would have gotten the infection regardless of whether you used the Vaseline or not. Just make sure whatever you use does not contain fragrance. In other words, use the plain stuff.

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