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Home Remedies For Vaginal Sores
Internal Vaginal sor: Why u r looking for over the counter medication, see u physician, discuss w him his finding than ask about the most suitable treatment. ...Read more
Lesions: Sores in the vagina or vagina larea ...Read more
Vaginal sores, I got type 1 herpes no type 2 so dr is not treating type 1 til she swabs a new breakout. Why not treat type if we ruled out type 2?
What are some of the causes of vaginal sores. I have one on the side of the vagina. Visited a nurse but didn't get any medication.
Vaginal sores: There are a number of possibilities: infection, inflammation, trauma, a growth. Please see a doctor, an ob/gyn if the lesion is within the vagina, either ob/gyn or dermatology if the lesion is vulvar. You need a diagnosis and proper treatment. Whatever the issue is, there are treatments for it. ...Read more
Depends: If you're sure it's not an std (if you're still a virgin) then vulvar (outer skin) lesions are most likely to be due to shaving or infections of the hair follicles. Use a mild antibacterial soap and avoid shaving for a few months and see if they resolve. You can also try a hydro-cortisone cream twice daily. If they persist or recur, get to a good ob/gyn to help determine the cause. ...Read more
I get vaginal sores in the crease were my leg starts I think it's from shaving. It's very sensitive hurts when I press on, redness little bumpy?
Recommend: That you don't shave in areas of very sensitive skin. ...Read more
Vaginal sores? I have a few sores on my vagina. They don't itch. It isn't painful the urinate and I haven't noticed any discharge. What could it be?
Sores,: Sores, or lesions, on the vagina can be caused by a variety of different conditions. They can be caused by an infectious process, or even by a skin condition. Any lesion or sore in the vaginal area should always be checked out, with consideration for having cultures taken for a diagnosis. ...Read more
Inner vaginal sores. Yellow, raw skin. Looks like large ulcer with yellow discharge also. Extremely painful while urinating. Constant pain.
See answer: Genital ulcers are usually caused by sexually transmitted infections (stis/stds). These include herpes, syphilis, and chancroid. Genital ulcers may also be caused by inflammatory diseases, trauma, or a bad reaction to skin care products. Recommend md visit, pelvic exam, appropriate std screening and diagnostic testing as soon as possible so that appropriate and effective treatment can be given. ...Read more
Herpes plus others: There are several potential causes of vaginal area sores, but the most common is genital herpes. Are you sure your STD testing included tests for herpes? If herpes has been excluded by proper testing, there are various non-STD viral infections and immunologic problems that can do this. A dermatologist should be able to work this out. Good luck! ...Read more
Pelvic exam Pap - blood work -good - vaginal sores =ingrown hair - why does it still feel like my vagina is on fire don`t see my doc again for 7 days?
None: Vaginal cysts are atypical and usually indicate a fluid filled sac that is under the skin which usually requires surgery to remove them. If the cyst is more on the outside of the vagina around the opening then soaking in a warm tub with epsom salts, aveeno (oatmeal) bath or other products can help them drain on their own. ...Read more
Yogurt: Yogurt taken orally and applied topically to the rash and in the vagina can be helpful. ...Read more
Is there some home remedy that I can do to help my vaginal ph? I have this odd odor that comes and goes sometimes. I don't understand
Yes: Use organic apple cider vinegar 1part to 25 parts of water. There are 2 common causes for vaginal infection-yeast infection or bacterial vaginosis. Vinegar will help Bactrial infection. If it does not clear in a few days try vaginal antifungal cream like monistat or clotrimazol and if not better within a few days see PCP or gynecologist ...Read more
24f-unmarried - Due to intercourse vaginal part has been stretched and looks in bad shape. Is there any home remedy or exsersize to cure this?
Kegel exercises: It is natural for intercourse to stretch the vagina somewhat, but Kegel exercises can help maintain things better. This involves tightening the muscles of your bottom like you would if you are cutting off your urine stream. Do this multiple times over a one or two minute period multiple times during the day and you should in time notice an improvement. ...Read more
Doctor: Give your doctor or other medical practitioner a chance to clear this up. There are wider spectrum medicines that work when other remedies fail, and bring a list of what you've tried. ...Read more
Vaginal skin in the opening is peeling, white and filmy. I've been using serre vaginal tightening stick latley. Home treatment? Urgent care?
Unknown: Serre sticks cauterize the mucosa of the vagina (turns white) and cause peeling. The company describes this as "the vaginal walls getting rid of the toxins". If you are uncomfortable or concerned, seek medical attention. Care should be exercised when purchasing products like these. If you are unfamiliar with the ingredients, talk to your doctor before use. ...Read more
I'm having a sweet smelling but very uncomfortable and embarrassing vaginal odor. What is a home remedy for this? My OBGYN says it's nothing serious.
Vaginal: Without knowing the cause of the problem, there is no effective treatment for it. If you are not satisfied with the answers from your OBGYN, seek 2nd opinion. ...Read more
I have a vaginal tear on my lower lip that stings and burns that has been keeping me up all night. I don't know what to use as a home remedy?
In your kitchen...: You can use Olive Oil.....works like a charm! ...Read more
Is there a home remedy for treating a vaginal bacterial infection? My doctor said it's not servere enough to prescribe medicine for at the moment.
BV treatment: This usually means bacterial vaginosis, an overgrowth of mostly normal bacteria. I don't understand "not severe enough to treat". If BV is noticeable and bothering you, it should be treated (you're in charge, not doc!). Discuss again with your doctor or get a second opinion. There are only prescriptions, no proved self treatments. Most imporant, do not douche, will make it worse and maybe harmful. ...Read more
Intravaginal estroge: You're a bit young but women going through menopause (http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/menopause/ds00119) often complain of vaginal dryness due to loss of estrogen leading to atrophic vaginitis (http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/vaginal-atrophy/ds00770). Replacement w/some form of vaginal estrogen often relieves this dryness w/o risks associated w/oral estrogen. ...Read more
Vaginal Pain: Vaginal discomfort is most often related to infection, trauma, allergy, endometriosis or chemical irritation. A medical history, vaginal exam, microscopic examination and bacterial culture may be necessary to make a diagnosis. Until you see your physician it is impossible to know what if any medication is indicated. ...Read more
Vaginal Pain RX: Until a diagnosis is made, it is impossible to recommend treatment. There are many different conditions that can cause pain. So it's best you see your physician. Infections, allergy, trauma and endometriosis can all cause vaginal pain and have very different treatments. ...Read more