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Blisters On Your Vagina
No: Hard penetration may result in small tears, or abrasions. Sex is not a cause of "blistering". Any blisters or ulcers in the vaginal area are termed "vaginal lesions" and should be evaluated. Certain infections could present as blisters or ulcers and may be contagious. I recommend an evaluation while they are still present. Avoid sex until diagnosis made. ...Read more
If you itch from shaving and scratch hard can those razor burns turn into a blister on your outer vagina/buttocks?
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
This morning I woke up with what seems like painful blisters/sores just on the inside of my vagina. They are very painful?
Possibly Herpes: Please see your primary care physician or OB-Gyn specialist for confirmation of diagnosis. If it is Herpes simplex I or II, there is treatment such as acyclovir that will shorten the course and ease the pain sooner. Since there are other possible causes, best to be examined. ...Read more
Painful blisters in vagina.. Took treatmnt for more than 4-5 times bt it reoccurs.. Having dem since past 4 years.. Permanent cure.?
Keep treating: probably will recur but treatment would help ...Read more
Blisters: Blisters represent a group of skin diseases that require prompt and accurate diagnosis. Some blistering conditions are bad to have so you should see your doctor or dermatologist however blisters are seen in herpes simplex and the genital area is a common area for it to manifest itself. Of it is that there is treatment for it. See your doctor. ...Read more
...: In the us, amongst sexually active people the most common causes of genital ulcers are herpes and syphilis. Less common causes are chancroid and donovanosis. Non-infectious causes can include fixed drug reaction and behcet's. A visit to the doctor can help determine the cause and appropriate treatment. ...Read more
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