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You can get thrush from the area not being able to breathe in non-cotton underwear (or nappies) from using soap or bubble bath which upsets the balance of the vulva, from eating too much sugar/bread (carby sugary yeasty things) and from taking antibiotics. It's really common and nothing to worry about, easily treated with cream from the doctor/chemist.