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Hair Bumps Vagina
My doc prescribed me bactroban (mupirocin) for hair bumps(vagina acne) and other bumps on my vagina ,how should I apply it on there , I always get them .
Vaginal Acne: Keep the hair short in the vaginal area . put gloves on & apply the cream or gel to the affected area . Wash often change panties often . Wear cotten panties to absorb sweat . OR you can use Q-tips , using all the above precautions . ...Read more
Antibacterial soap: You can try antibacterial soap but there is no magical treatment. If these are areas you shave, try applying an antiseptic before shaving. ...Read more
Yes, otc or rx.: Hydrocortisone cream is available in a 1% strength over the counter, and a 2.5% concentration on prescription. Systemic absorption is practically zero for both preparations, but obviously the prescription 2.5% flavor works better. Besides treating the symptoms, you should look into a better shave cream or razor. You should be able to shave these areas without irritation. ...Read more
Hair bumps: you can use an acne soap that isn't too drying, waxing may be better over shaving. a good razor is always best. avoid perfumed soaps and for shaving I recommend a shaving product called coochy. It is a shaving cream for the genitals and prevents hair bumps. Google it but make sure you google shaving lotion called coochy, not just the word ...Read more
Can hair bumps on your vagina be itchy ? Or becomes itchy when dry ? And can you have a few of them From shaving and using veet hair removal cream .
Bumps : More than likely they ate from shaving or neet. Some rashes could be more serious and if not sure see your doc :) ...Read more
I have little tiny bumps between my vagina and anus with little hairs coming out if them. What could they be?
I have swelling boil / hard bump on my vagina area & this is my either 2nd or 3rd time. Shud i be alarm? I don't shave. I pluck my hair.
I have a bump oneach side of my vagina on its outer lips where the hair grows. They are hard and medium size u cannot squeeze them. What could it be?
Doctor can evaluate: Bumps may be cysts filled with dead skin cells and/or oily sebaceous gland secretions. Sometimes an infection happens if bacteria get inside the bumps and cause white blood cells to go there (causing pus). A primary care doctor, a dermatologist, or an ob-gyn doctor can evaluate and give some recommendations. ...Read more