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I have 2 bumps on labia minora. Not white/red, not pusy, somewhat painful, comes normally before period. Are they cysts? How can I stop them?

I have 2 bumps on labia minora. Not white/red, not pusy, somewhat painful, comes normally before period. Are they cysts? How can I stop them?

Unsure without exam: Those growths have to be seen to be categorized by the MD preferably a GYN MD. Otherwise, it would be speculation to diagnosis the problem from this vantage point. ...Read more

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Dr. Philip Miller
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Blistering (Definition)

Blistering is a bubble of skin filled with fluid. They can occur to excessive rubbing (as with a new pair of ...Read more


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It kind if hurts to wipe after urination. Slightly red around labia minora and feels off. No other symptoms. This started 2 weeks ago before period.

It kind if hurts to wipe after urination. Slightly red around labia minora and feels off. No other symptoms. This started 2 weeks ago before period.

Inflammation: It sounds like you have inflammation around your urethra. It could be from trauma during sex or from an external infection, like yeast. It sounds like you should see your GYN. ...Read more

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When I got my first period the pad I used rubbed me so raw my labia minora blistered and the skin is now stretched. What should I do now for the area?

When I got my first period the pad I used rubbed me so raw my labia minora blistered and the skin is now stretched. What should I do now for the area?

External yeast: The moisture on your pad may have caused an external yeast infection. You can try over the counter yeast medication. If it is too raw, however, try to keep it clean and dry for a couple of days. No powder, as it may clog the pores and make things worse. If it gets reel bad, you mspy need to see your GYN. ...Read more

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Keep getting recurrent burning & slight pain in vestibule & labia minora area. Sometimes it feels slightly better but off. Around my period its worse.

Vestibulitis: These are common symptoms for patients with the vestibulitis of the vaginal orifice. The problem can often be treated by local injection, medication and assessment for possible infection and treatment there of. See your doctor for these. Rarely surgery is required. ...Read more

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I'm not sexually active and am on my 3rd day of my period. And my labia minora is all swollen and very painful. What could it be caused by?

I'm not sexually active and am on my 3rd day of my period. And my labia minora is all swollen and very painful. What could it be caused by?

Let me explain: The causes are variable depending on the specific presentation. Localized swelling could be due to cysts, abscesses, or hernia. Generalized swelling is more likely due to infectious, edematous, or allergic causes. If the cause is an allergic reaction or chemical irritation, then it's best to avoid that substance. Treatment for infectious conditions is a specific antimicrobial agent ...Read more

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Dry spell a 1/2 days after period(3 days late, not preg.). Now accompanied with an itchy labia minora and an itchy clitoral hood. What could this be?

Dry spell a 1/2 days after period(3 days late, not preg.). Now accompanied with an itchy labia minora and an itchy clitoral hood. What could this be?

Several things: Yeast infections are the most common cause of vaginal itching. Yeast medications are available over the counter. Trichomoniasis and herpes are two stds which can cause itching and pain in the vagina. Schedule a visit to help narrow down the problem if you do not improve with over the counter yeast cream ...Read more

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Swollen labia minora and clitoris region. Was itching; soothed with ointment. Semi-tender but not enough to qualify as pain. Period started today.

Swollen labia minora and clitoris region. Was itching; soothed with ointment. Semi-tender but not enough to qualify as pain. Period started today.

Ointment?: I suggest that you see a GYN and avoid any ointment to the area, unless prescribed by your doctor. Is it possible that this irritation is related to sexual activity. ...Read more

Vulva (Definition)

The external female genitalia including the mons pubis, labia majora and minor, clitoris, vestibule, ...Read more