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Bumps On Your 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. ...Read more
Hi I'm basically worried I have these white bumps on my virgina and I would like to know what it is.?
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. ...Read more
? Bump: I am not quite sure what you mean by bump, but it sounds like a cyst you are describing. Some cysts will naturally go away and can occur off and on throughout your cycle as hormones rise and fall. Some cysts may need to be evaluated and treated by the Gynecologist, so it best for you to see the Doctor and get it examined to see how to best treat it. Good luck! ...Read more
Infection: Those bumps may be infection. You need to see doctor for proper med and evaluation. ...Read more
Many causes: A bump in the vagina can be of very limited consequence all the way to major problems. It may be a fibroma (benign), a wart (?), a simple cyst, an infection, a foreign body, a tumor, or other process. If concerned, get it checked out. You may just need reassurance but then again, you may have to have an excision, or biopsy or other treatment. ...Read more
Uncertain: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more
Fleas: It is possible to have flea bites in the groin. Flea bites may be clustered into 3 itchy bumps that bleed ; blanch (turn white) when you press on them. They tend to be found at skin folds (breast or groin) ; folds of joints (ankle, knee, elbow, axilla) as well as legs. A rash ; swelling can occur as well as secondary infection from scratching. Skin biopsy is sometimes needed for accurate diagnosis. ...Read more
Lots of things can cause bumps...I'm sure they can be very worrisome and so you should get checked out.
It could be as simple as an ingrown hair or a clogged duct but at the same time it could also be an infection or even a sign of hpv, which is the virus that can cause cervical cancer.
Have an ob/gyn teach you more about your body. ...Read more
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. ...Read more