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Diagnosing Red Itchy Vaginal Rash
WateryClear odorless vaginal discharge and itchiness and redness, rash on labia minora. second time in month. I have a single partner, he has no sympt?
MD must see: You need to see a GYN MD so that your symptoms can be accurately evaluated and treated. vulvar and labial rashes can be caused by many entities. ...Read more
Most bumps and blotches on a newborn baby are harmless and clear up by themselves. By far the most common skin problem in infants is diaper rash. Diaper rash is an irritation of the skin caused by dampness, urine, or feces. Most babies who wear diapers will have some type of diaper rash. However, there are other skin disorders that can cause rashes. These are usually not serious unless ...Read more
Sex 2 days ago. New brand of condom. Noticed there is a red rash around bottom of vaginal area. Not herpes like. What else could it be? Red and itchy.
I have a rash that i'm concerned about. It goes from my vaginal area to my anus, very red, sometimes itchy sometimes sore, no discharge or odor. ?
Itchy red rash around anus. Only on buttocks not vaginal. Looks like chafing gone wrong. Feels hot and is definitely a little swollen.
Intertrigo : The rash could be intertrigo or a cellulitis. If it is hot to touch, see a physician as soon as possible to make sure it is not a cellulitis which would need oral antibiotics quickly to treat. Intertrigo is a rash that occurs in folds of skin and can be treated with topical creams usually. ...Read more
I have a vaginal rash that is on the inner part of my vagina but not the inside. Its red and burns only when coming into contact with anything?
First I have rashes on my vaginal area, inner thighs and waist. I observed it and it turned into a black skin. What could this be? So itchy.
No discharge or redness just itchiness in vaginal area on outside, used vagisil it helped a little should I worry?
Yeast?: The most common cause of such symptoms is a yeast infection. Vagisil might help control symptoms but won't cure anything. Best to see a doctor if it continues. Or try an over the counter yeast medication -- anything with active ingredient ending in "azole" (miconazole, clotrimazole, etc), but see doc for sure if it doesn't clear it up. ...Read more