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Causes Of Vaginal Abscess
4 months after potential HIV infection. I had an abscess in my vaginal area. Can this be HIV related. Wasn't a sexual exposure.
I had a skin abscess in my vaginal area next to my clitoris, I got it drained a month ago. Well I recently had sex and I fear it's back I can't feel o?
Bartholins: The two Bartholin's glands lie next to the entrance to the vagina. They make a small amount of mucus-like fluid. This fluid passes down a duct to keep the vagina moist. If this duct becomes blocked, a fluid-filled swelling (a cyst) sometimes develops. Http://patient. Info/health/bartholins-cyst-and-abscess-leaflet ...Read more
I have foliculitus and get abscesses in my vaginal area now have two black spot like bumps on my Mons pubis are these scars or should I be worried?
Folliculitis is very common where there are large sweat glands and course hair like under the arms and in the groin area. Bacteria get down in the follicles and begin to grow forming small abscesses. They often are noticed in various stages of healing. I believe that this is what you are seeing. Continue to treat the infection with topical antibiotics or antibiotics by mouth. ...Read more
New sex partner 2 weeks. Recent fever & chills. Next day abscess with white head on vaginal lip. 2 more showed up. Express Care said not typical herpe?
Herpes seems likely: Herpes rashes can take many forms -depending on the strain of virus and the host (the patient). It's possible you have some natural resistance to herpes, say if you already have HSV-1 the 'cold sore' virus. Herpes lesions (the rashes) usually are quite painful. The history of a new partner, and then these rashes makes me suspicious. Herpes is very common - most people don't even know they have it. ...Read more
New sex partner 2 weeks. Recent fever & chills. Next day abscess with white head on vaginal lip. 2 more showed up. Pic to doc said didn't look like he?
I have these 2 small painful bumps at the bottom of my vaginal opening. Hurts to pee, have sex, & sit. Someone said it could be from an untreated yeast infection or just an abscess. Any home remidies?
Possible herpes: The most likely cause of painful bumps in the vaginal areas is herpes. The bump could also be from vaginal irritation from yeast infection or other vaginal infections like STD's. For any of the above, prescription medications is the remedy although there are over-the-counter remedies for yeast infection. Proper diagnosis is key before any treatment. Feel better. ...Read more
I get what seems to be an abscess at the line of my vagina and aunal area, the pop and bleed, I do shave there, should I be worried?
It needs evaluation.: Hi, That sounds painful. You really need to see your physician. It needs evaluation. ...Read more
What can I do to help with the pain of infected abscess vagina cyst the pain is unbearably & burns should I go 2 the er?
Seek urgent help!:
Sounds like your condition necessitates
Immediate consult. If you have a Gyn
You might consider calling their office and see if you can talk directly to him or her to see if you can
see them in their office urgently. ...Read more
I have an abscess on my right labia going inside my vagina that drains blood clots, I can feel it, but the doctor has a hard time seeing it. Why?
No idea: The doctor seeing you is the best person to answer this question. If they are not a specialist in ob/gyn you might want to get a second opinion. Good luck. ...Read more
I have a boil on the top of my vaginal area what I would like to know is how do you get rid of it.?
Boil Therapy: The primary home remedy for most boils is heat application, usually with hot soaks or hot packs. Heat application increases the circulation to the area and allows the body to better fight off the infection by bringing antibodies and white blood cells to the site of infection. Especially with larger boils, medical treatment is required. In this situation, the boil will need to be drained or "lanced. ...Read more
I'm 37 wks. 50%/2cm. I have MRSA near my rectum. Abcess is not open and I'm currently taking Clindamycin. Can I still deliver vaginally?
It depends: It depends on where it is in relation to the vagina and when you go into labor. If it is perineal, there could be an increased risk of spreading the infection. I am sure your doctor will discuss this with you more so that you can reach a decision together about what will be best. Best wishes ...Read more
Hi, I do have a boil on my vaginal area, it is kind of pain, and there is blood and piles coming out. Do I need to seek medical attention?
Boil on my vaginal area,:
Yes, unfortunately, there is one way to treat your condition. First if you have an abscess, drain it, take a specimen for culture and sensitivity, stat you on antibiotics, and as soon the results become available, switch to the optimal antibiotic.
The second step, once abscess has been resolved, address the hemorrhoids, multiple techniques are available, as well get rid of them now. ...Read more
I have a boil on my vaginal lip. It's the third day I noticed it and the size tripled. It has covered at least half of my left lip. How do I treat it?
See below: Hot wash cloths and sitz baths are good for this, but if it does not resolve soon you should go to be evaluated. You may not have the right diagnosis, and a doctor can help you feel better faster. ...Read more
I have a boil on my vaginal lip probably due to ingrown hair. Its very painful. Wht coukd it be and medication. I am applying an antibiotic cream?
Possible abscess: You may well ned to see you doctor to find out if it need to be lanced. Antibiotics do not always clear this up. ...Read more
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. ...Read more
Possibly a: Tear can occur in the lining of the intestine near the anal opening. Could be from injury or straining with constipation. Can rarely be associated with crohn's disease. Infection builds up inside and works itself toward the outside causing painful red swelling externally, outside the anal opening. ...Read more
Some r prone to it: If you are one of the lucky (or unlucky) ones to have a propensity for this problem, then you may get it. Others will go their whole lives without ever having this. Good news, though, is it is well treated surgically, usually an outpatient procedure. Sometimes, it can go very deep. Er docs and family practice docs can treat this, but for recurrences, get to a general surgeon for treatment. ...Read more
Three Options: A diverticular abscess is a collection of pus resulting from an acute perforation of the colon after a 'tic ruptures. If small, (IV) antibiotics alone may suffice. If it is bigger than an inch-or-two, drainage (plus abx) is required. Ideally, drainage is done by an interventional radiologist via ct-guidance; however, if the abscess cannot be accessed in this manner, surgical drainage is necessary. ...Read more
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CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR TO MAKE SURE.
BEST LUCK. ...Read more
I suspect I have abscess. Its getting harder. Its in my underarm. What caused it? . Will it disappear n time?
See a doctor: This should be examined and treated appropriately. Do not ignore it further. ...Read more