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Burning Tingling Vagina
Im 48 married + 3 ch.burning sore painful tingling vagina area for 1 week.Im Really upset.Tried difene nuerofen canesten.will it go away?
Im 48 have burning /aching pain/ tingling in vagina and in the perineal area 4 a wk.Tried difene nuerofen canesten? Its distressing .will it go?
Need to be examined: Many factors may cause pain and sensitivity in vulvar/ perineal area. The most common reason is infections. But other reason could be autoimmune skin diseases or using cosmetic/ hygienic products. Final diagnosis could be made after complete examination by a doctor. ...Read more
Herpes, syphilis, or Hiv? One day after having unprotected oral sex got tingling burning tongue/vagina. 10 days later got 1 big purple bump on pubic
It is not feasible to provide a meaningful answer without examining you and doing some tests. Some of the tests may need to be repeated later. It would be prudent to see a doctor for an evaluation and get tested.
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Practice safe sex. ...Read more
I keep having burning pains and then it changes to tingling and then changes to stabbin pains where the skin is inside vagina what covers the wee hole?
UTI?: Would think you might want to get a urinalysis to see if there is an infection. ...Read more
Culture negative but have cold sores and spit on vagina with a cut. Now there is tingling & burning for 3 months in vag and butt. Could it have spread?
Yes: I would have it re-cultured. See another gyn and get a fresh opinion. May need a biopsy and more thorough testing. There are many infections which are hard to detect. May want to have course of several antibiotics to cover most of them. 2 gm of zithromax, Doxycycline 100mg 2 x a day for 2 weeks, maybe even add metronidazole. This will cover most things. Still may be herpes. ...Read more
Have a burning, tingling & numb sensation on my vagina lips...What can it be?.. Also have white patch on top that's where i feel it more..Hpv positive
Yeast?: Often this is caused by a yeast infection. There are several over-the-counter treatments such as monistat. However, if this does not work, see your doctor and have an exam. In post-menopausal women, sometimes a lack of estrogen can cause thinning of the vaginal walls, which can also cause irritation. ...Read more
No it doesn't: Labor is when uterine contractions initiate in a synchronized fashion for the purpose of expelling a mature fetus from within. I'd heard women describe the pains of such an event in many ways....but tingling isn't one of them.....If you or someone you know may be close to term and there are questions as to what's going on you or they should consult the OB/GYN doctor in charge. Good luck. ...Read more
Not sure.: Yeast infection? Inflammation? Friction? Other infections? Any discharge? If you have a change in color, texture, odor or amount of vaginal discharge ; problems such as pain, itching burning with urination or sex or redness/swelling then it is best to see your gynecologist for evaluation ; accurate assessment. ...Read more
Postmenopausal Bleed: Any bleeding from the vagina that occurs after menopause should be evaluated by a gynecologist. Just because you see blood in your vagina doesn't mean that it couldn't have come from the cervix or the uterus, both of which should be evaluated for infection, polyps, or even the development of cancer. The tingling should be discussed with your GYN as well. A pelvic exam is important. ...Read more
Please consider getting an exam.
Things to try...: There are many possible reasons: an infection, sexual trauma, a skin condition, allergic reaction, menopause, etc all can cause burning after intercourse. A yeast infection is a common causes as is poor lubrication. A non-prescription vaginal yeast cream could be tried as well as an intimate lubricant from the pharmacy. If these interventions don't help, see your Gyn about it. ...Read more
That is so: Uncomfortable. Would see your gynecologist for evalution. Causes of vaginal itching include yeast infections; vaginitis; contact w chemicals (douches, detergent, feminine spray, contraceptive foam/ jelly or ointments or creams); stress; pinworm; menopause (vaginal drying); precancerous lesions ; stress. ...Read more
Bacterial Vaginosis: You describe common symptoms of a bacterial vaginal infection. This can be easily diagnosed with a wet mount slide test under a microscope at your doctors's office. It is easily treated with antibiotics for few days. Schedule an appointment soon. ...Read more
Check out your body: Urethra is tiny hole thru which urine comes out. It's situated above your vagina. You should have some idea of which is causing you discomfort. If not, go see your family doc for an evaluation. We can check for infections, etc to determine which is which. Of note, urethra might burn more w/urinary tract infection. ...Read more
This is probably: Normal, but see your doctor to rule out an infection. ...Read more
This is likely a yeast infection, very common and easy to treat. Monistat-3 is over the counter. Use nightly, cream on outside and suppositories in the vagina. If your symptoms do not get better or get worse, see your GYN or family doctor.
You may also use over the counter Cortaid-10 or = for some immediate relief of the external vaginal area.
Suspend sex for 3 days ...Read more
Vulvar burning & you: Make sure that your vulva(outside of the vagina) is not in contact with irritating chemicals like harsh soaps, unrinsed underwear, prolonged thong use, and cuts from shaving. Dove, caress and ivory soaps are non-irritating. If it continues, see a gyn md and be checked for a vulvo-vaginal infection. ...Read more