Feminine itch is not considered normal. Vaginal itching can be an indicator of vaginal problems, including yeast infections and vaginal infections, according to Mayo Clinic.
The most common causes of genital itching include bacterial vaginosis, yeast infections and trichomoniasis, states Merck. Vaginal itching is a common symptom of yeast infections. Yeast infections are caused by an overgrowth of bacteria in the vulva and vagina. Common symptoms of a yeast infection include vaginal itching, thick discharge and irritation, as reported by WebMD.
Feminine itch can also signal the presence of a sexually transmitted disease, including chlamydia and gonorrhea, states MedlinePlus.
Women with vaginal itching should seek assistance from their doctor if the itching lasts for several days or is accompanied by symptoms of a vaginal infection, according to Merck.