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Blister On My Vagina
See the doctor: Your description is very suggestive of herpes simplex, but a doctor should look at the blisters and possibly take a sample to be sure. If you might have herpes, you should find out for sure so you can be treated and avoid spreading it. Similar lesions could also be due to shingles or an autoimmune disease like behcet's disease or crohn's disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Best to avoid.: This area of the body is very vascular allowing it to heal well. If you have a yeast infection – then use of an antifungal medication for tears would be appropriate. If you were to use neosporin it may lead you to becoming sensitive to the medication. It might also irritate the delicate tissues. If you have blisters get checked for a possible std. ...Read more
Blood blisters in my vagina region and Dr tested for herpes. Came back negative. I do have type 1, so wondering if it could still be type 2?
I have been getting blisters on my vagina, and recently I have noticed a slightly raise brownish dot. I am not sexually active but I am worried it could be serious?
Blisters : Blisters on the vagina are worrisome. You could be dealing with herpes. Herpes can be contracted in other ways beside sexual contact, so this still needs to be ruled out. As far as the raised "brownish dot" this could simply be a common mole aka nevus. It is difficult to say without actually examining you myself. Please see your doctor fo a complete evaluation. All the best. ...Read more
I have small blisters on my vagina I took a warm bath now they look dry and crusty and scaby what does that mean?
What to do if I have some blisters on my vagina from lots of friction and I'm not sure how to get rid of them any ideas?
Patience: The area will heal over time. You should avoid any further friction to the area until it is healed. ...Read more