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Bumps On Woman Virgina
Time 4 pelvic exam?: If a woman has bumps around or in her vagina, she can call the office of her gyn provider and ask about an appointment. If she is pregnant, she should tell the office manager or nurse to notify the OB doctor immediately. The doctor in either case can then decide when to see the patient and what to do to evaluate or treat.
See your doctor: Bumps on your vagina can be due to various conditions. For example, folliculitis - which means inflamed or infected hair follicles - can cause bumps. As well, there are several sexually transmitted infections that can cause bumps too. These include genital herpes and genital warts. It is hard to know just by looking whether this is something that needs to be treated so it is best to get an exam.
Hi I am a married woman and recently just before my menstruation I noticed a small bump inside on the left lip of my virgina what could this be?
Blocked gland: It sounds most like blocked gland. Basically pimples. There are a lot of glands in the vaginal area. Sweaty rubbing like with sex can cause dead skin and bacteria to get pushed into the pore and block the gland secretion. Showering after sex and applying a heating pad for 10 minutes 2-4 times daily can help. Get an evaluation if that doesn't help within 3 days. Sometimes drainage is needed.
Hello I was wondering how to take care a boil on your vagina? I'm not sure its a boil but that's my guess since its red and big round bump on my inner lip of my vagina and it hurts bad. I am a very clean woman and have no diseases at all nor does my husb
You need to be seen.: This sounds like an infected cyst, which needs drainage to get relief of the infection and pain. It has nothing to do with cleanliness or diseases---just bad luck! Go to an ObGyn or FP or if you can't get in quickly you can go to an ED for some pain relief and a referral. Meanwhile, sit in very warm water; you can also use a hot water bottle, wear a warm washcloth or a hand warmer to the area.See 1 more doctor answer
I noticed that female had small bumps inside her vagina I took my fingers out nd washed them soon as I noticed can I still catch from fingering her?
Maybe: I don't know what you were feelig, so I can't be sure. The obvious thing would be genital warts caused by huma papilloma virus (hpv). It would be unlikely, but possible for you to get it from fingering. It is very common and many of us have hpv without knowing it (up to 80% - it doesn't always cause warts). There are many women with folds and bumps that are normal. She may need an exam to see.
Is a white bump (a little smaller then a pea) without any pain or discharge right inside the entrance to the vagina in a 20 year old female normal?
No: Please have it evaluated by your doctor or a dermatologist.
I'm 19 year old female very scared, I have excessive white discharge and bumps on outside skin of vagina and 2 bumps on anus. They itch but never hurt?
Sounds like HPV: These may represent early skin lesions of the human papiloma virus, a std marked by wart like lesions that tend to cluster around the genitals & anus. If you have this confirmed & treated early, you may prevent these from spreading locally & enlarging. These can also be spread to your partner through direct contact. Get it checked out!
18 female tested pos. 4herpes&1year later my blood work tested as neg. For hivs. I have ecoli infection&have bumps around vagina. HeavyBloodClots?
Not sure your questi: INPS not sure what your question is. You need to follow up with your MD.
I noticed a very small white bump on my vagina lip. It became more swollen when I took a hot bath. It does not hurt. What is it iam a 28 female its verysmall and white and round. On the inside edge of my vagina lip. Could this be from shaving? Or is a bl
It: It sounds like it may be a cyst. However other lesions are possible (abscess, wart, etc.) therefore you should have your family doctor or gynecologist take a look at it. Another option is to soak three times a day for 15 minutes in a warm bath with epsom salt (not too much wate)r. If you do not notice an improvement or the lesion worsens see your doctor.
I am a 27 year old female and I have a pink pea sized bump on the lip of my vagina and I was wondering what it could be it is a pink pea sized bump and there is only one I have experienced some pain with intercourse and there is a slight white discharge t
The: The skin of the vulva (the lips around the opening of the vagina) can get irritated and then the skin cells and or mucus can shed into that space rather than washing away and this then builds up into a "bump". These seborrheic keratoses are benign, firm, often non tender, and can be treated by a simple surgery in the clinic. If there is a discharge and blood then it is possible you have an infection of that skin. There are also glands that make mucus to lubricate the vulva and vagina which can get their duct blocked with trauma like bike riding, thong underwear, and intercourse, and these bartholin duct cysts can be quite painful and need again a simple surgery in the clinic. Rarely a bump can be cancer so anything that does not get better with time, warm soaks, and loose clothing should warrant a medical examination.
I'm a female &have genital herpes and low risk HPV &a huge bump on my lip of vagina it smelly &stings can it be a herpe sore or warts or something els?
Hi I'm basically worried I have these white bumps on my virgina and I would like to know what it is.?
Glands: Usually small white bumps are tiny glands that are common in the area. But it's also possible that white bumps could be related to a virus. It's best to have them checked to be 100% certain.
Get tested: There are many possible causes for vaginal and vulvar bumps. It is important to have an examination to determine what is causing the bumps. Then we will know if it is something that can be transmitted to another person. We can also determine the treatment.
have it checked: Your gynecologist should check it to be sure that it is not anything serious as any growth needs to examined and treated. It may be a cyst or a blocked gland, yet you need an expert to examine you and handle it properly.