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Abscess In Vagina
HIV: Unlikely. This is usually an infected cyst or a gland. The rule, however, is that if you think there is a possibility you were infected you should go and be tested. Better safe than sorry.
Possible: In medicine anything is possible however, I would recommend you see your dr about this issue. This may need to be drained and antibiotics prescribed. If not could lead to a much more serious infection.
What can I do to help with the pain of infected abscess vagina cyst the pain is unbearably & burns should I go 2 the er?
Seek urgent help!: Sounds like your condition necessitates Immediate consult. If you have a Gyn You might consider calling their office and see if you can talk directly to him or her to see if you can see them in their office urgently.
I've had an abscess on my vagina near the entrance for years, haven't gone to the doctor and I've had symptoms like fatigue ever since, any relation?
Abscess?: That is not normal. It also doesn't seem likely. You should see a, doctor for a pelvic exam right away and find out what is really going on. Best of luck to you.
I keep getting these painful abscesses around my vagina right before and after my period. I've been cleared of all stds?
These may be...?: If as described as recurring cyclically along with periods, one would consider if these are acne. Do you have similar conditions on face, neck, and trunk? How about your body hairs, thick, thin, or average? Also, such are not std-related. Therefore, collect the features, degree, and progress over time of these "abscesses" with its sequence of event, and bring those to dermatologist or gyn timely..See 1 more doctor answer
Painful abscess on privates. None around vagina and very few on labia. They are mostly on top. I have had them a long time. How do I get rid of them?
Need antibiotic: Need to be seen by a Doctor to evaluate, probably you will need antibiotics, may be drainage. It may be caused by ingrown hairs, hygiene or multiple other reasons. All these can be discovered after being evaluated.
I have a 4 cm deep perrirectal abscess. Few days ago l started to get occasional stabbing in vagina. Cant see GP for a few days.
Emergency room: If you have a 4 cm perirectal abscess then you should be seen and evaluated immediately. If you can not visit a colorectal surgeon then the ER is the best option. Vaginal pain can be assessed later. You have a much bigger and more urgent problem. The abscess needs to be addressed now.
I've developed a swollen abscess type cyst in my inner vagina, on the side. It's painful. How can I rid this, or should I consult my dr?
I have a cyst like abscess on the side between my vagina. And anus. I've drained it and it. Got smaller but then within a day or so became larger.
See doctor: You need to get this checked out. Infection could be deeper than you realize.
I have these abscesses on the outer area of my vagina. Not around it but in various places. They're usually pus filled. What would they be? Treatable?
Abscess: These are definately treatable. Please make an appointment right away with your Family doctor or your Gynecologist to get this evaluated and treated.
I have an abscess the left side of my vagina (where underwear sits) I seen dr & got antibiotics it is just growing larger I am also 21 weeks pregnant?
Cvulvar abscess: Are most common inflammation of bartholyn gland. Sometimes need ro be drained. Go back to see your doctor.
Can a boil, or skin abscess form beside the opening of a vagina? Where there is typically no hair? There are two heads to this swollen and painful lump. It looks white and level with the skin, almost like a burn that's starting to health.
Bartholin Glands: You may not have any symptoms if the Bartholin gland cyst is small. But a large cyst or an infected cyst (abscess) can cause symptoms. Symptoms of a cyst that is not infected include: Redness or swelling in the vulva area. Discomfort when you walk, sit, or have sex. Symptoms of an infected cyst include: Pain that gets worse and makes it hard to walk, sit, or move. Require a Gynecologist to drain ISee 1 more doctor answer
Doxycyline is an antibiotic that the e.R doctor prescribe fotr a abscess that I have on my inner thigh towards my vagina. The medicine makes me vomite?
I have an abscess on my right labia going inside my vagina that drains blood clots, I can feel it, but the doctor has a hard time seeing it. Why?
No idea: The doctor seeing you is the best person to answer this question. If they are not a specialist in ob/gyn you might want to get a second opinion. Good luck.
Need to evaluate: Do you have ingrown hair? Are you diabetic? These are only two of the issues that need to be excluded. If you are overweight, that would not be helping either. It would be prudent to see a doctor for an in-person examination. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex.
I have abcesses on my vagina. Is it an illness? Is it bad? What do I do? I have boils, abcesses on my vagina. They usually come and go all the time but im just curious to know. Why do they appear? Is it an illness?
Typically: Typically these types of lesions on the vagina occur not too long after shaving or can occur from small cuts on the vagina due to scratching or other minor trauma. You will need antibiotic treatment if this is in fact what you have. Please see a doctor for an examination in order to confirm this diagnosis. Best of luck.
I have a boil kind of thing inside part of Vagina, and it is painful, what to do, it's just started?
Bartholin abscess?: This sounds like inflammation of your Bartholin gland, which is one of the glands that produces sexual lubricant; there is one on each side of the vaginal opening. Some but not all such infections are due to STD, especially gonorrhea or chlamydia. See a doctor ASAP; you probably need an antibiotic and maybe an incision to drain pus. Good luck!