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Herpes Ingrown Hair Sore
There are different types of herpes infections; herpes simplex infection of mouth (gingivostomatitis) and lips (labialis) are the most common. Others include genital herpes, and herpes zoster. Herpes infection could very mild to very dangerous depending on the type and location of the body affected. I ...Read more
I have had a small white lump on my vagina for a while it is not sore or filled with puss, I got a spot next to it,is this herpes or ingrown hair?
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When I go get checked for herpes am I better off shaving? I usually do and I also think It might be an ingrown hair, what's best for the doctor?
Leave it be: Go as you are. The doctor is trained to examine and diagnose. ...Read more
I noticed bumps with hair growing out of and around them. Can they be herpes? P.S. Before I was sexually active I commonly got ingrown hair bumps.
Hi there I keep getting ingrown hair in the same place on the mon pubis everytime I pull it out a few weeks later it grows back in same spot herpes?
Single vs cluster: Usually an ingrown hair is an isolated occurrence, while most often, herpes produces several vesicles. The appearance of the lesions also sometimes can help as herpes are tiny blister-like bubbles full of clear-yellow fluid with redness around them. Ingrown hair often has pus (and hair) inside it, also with redness around it. ...Read more
I have a pimple but when it pops out its something white then goes away is this herpes or a ingrown hair?
Pimple: A Whitehead, or closed comedone, has a white sebaceous plug inside. A warm shower will sometimes help it exit the skin. ...Read more
See a doctor: Without the ability to examine this cannot possibly diagnose you over the internet. ...Read more
Thought I had an ingrown hair on labia it seems to be getting worse is swollen looks like a grouping and really hurts if touched, could it be herpes?
It could be: Genital lesions must be visualized to determine the cause. What you describe sounds like an infection of some sort. Herpes is one possibility but there are others. Consider seeing an Obgyn or attaching an image in a virtual visit with a Healthtap in your state to narrow down the cause. ...Read more