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How Do You Make A Boil On Your Vagina Go Away Before It Gets Bigger
Sit n soak: If you have a bath tub at home sit an soak in warm bath for about 15-20 minutes. Best if done at least twice a day. Other option is applying a clean wet hot compress to the area. Reapply when it cools and repeat. Wear cotton underwear during the day and no underwear at night to bed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I think i have a boil by my vagina and its large in size, it hurts to sit, walk or have underwear on period. What can i do to make this pain go away?
It may several: causes If that painful I would go to the ER or your physician to see what the real cause is and get appropriate treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have reoccurent boils on my vagina. Somtimes they may bust and go away on their own other times i may burst them. Help please?
Many options: It sounds like you may have a condition called hydradenitis. There are quite a few treatment options. Many women have trouble like this if they shave the pubic area so the first suggestion is to clip or go natural rather than shave. If that isn't the cause or that change doesn't help, we move on to other treatments that may include skin scrubs, oral medications and in some cases laser treatment. ...Read more
Probably not: Amoxicillin is the antibiotic of choice for mouth infections. Please consult your ob/gyn doctor for a recommendation. Also, you will also need an examination by your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have big pimple like red,painful boil on inner vagina.i took novidat500gm twice daily.todsy's 5 day.i started having burning urination problem...?
Bartholin abscess: You may have an abscess of your Bartholin gland. Apply hot compresses until the abscess comes to s head and then see your doctor for possible drainage and treatment. The novidat may not work against the abscess. Amoxicillen may work better ...Read more
What does it mean if you have a boil on your vagina n you had squeeze it n your starting to have a sharp pain n your stomach?
I have abcesses on my vagina .Is it an illness?Is it bad?What do I do? I have boils, abcesses on my vagina.They usually come and go all the time but im just curious to know.Why do they appear?Is it an illness?
Typically : Typically these types of lesions on the vagina occur not too long after shaving or can occur from small cuts on the vagina due to scratching or other minor trauma. You will need antibiotic treatment if this is in fact what you have. Please see a doctor for an examination in order to confirm this diagnosis. Best of luck. ...Read more
I have been getting boils on my vagina since i was 14. I'm 17 now what can I do to prevent them? These boils comes and go.
Get it checked: I think you probably have them on the vulva and not the vagina. ...Read more
I've been havin a boil on my vagina for a week now this is my 3rd one what can I do to make it drain?
MD. Appt : Any lesion in genital area is an indication to see an md for doula gnosis and treatment a boil is generally treated with antibiotics and sometimes a drainage procedure to let the pus come out. Sexually transmitted illnesses need to be ruled out with any genital tract lesion. ...Read more
I have a boil on my vagina. It was small but then became bigger and has white stuff inside ..this morning it popped on its own and blood came out. ?
Good: you actually want it to drain, otherwise a physician usually needs to do it for you. However, the infection from these can spread into surrounding skin, so you might want to follow up with a gynecologist or family physician to see if antibiotics needed. ...Read more
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