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How To Get Rid Of Risen On Your Vaginia
Antibiotics: Gonorrhea is a resistant bacteria, which is sexually transmitted. You need an antibiotic called Rocephin (ceftriaxone). It also travels with Chlamydia frequently. If you have not already been tested, you need to be. In most places the antibiotics you need can be given to you by your doctor, and ER, or the local health department. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Valsalva maneuver: Holding your breath and pushing down with your abdominal muscles may express some of the air, however vaginal air has a tendency to be "trapped" and expelled at the most inopportune or embarrassing times. ...Read more
The most common symptom of Bacterial Vaginosis is an abnormal homogeneous off-white vaginal discharge (especially after vaginal intercourse) that may be accompanied by an unpleasant (usually fishy) smell. STDs could also be involved.
These conditions would require antibiotics, BV would also benefit from probiotics and diet changes. See PCP ...Read more
I have darkness around my vagina and I want to know how to get rid of it soon, it's very embracing and I would really appreciate any help.
May be normal: It is quite likely the discoloration you are seeing is completely normal. It is very common for the labia and the area around the opening of the vagina to be more darkly colored than the surrounding skin. The color can also change as you age. If you have other symptoms such as a vaginal discharge, itching, or pain, then it is possible that you have a vaginal infection. Your doctor can assess this. ...Read more
Lots of things can cause bumps...I'm sure they can be very worrisome and so you should get checked out.
It could be as simple as an ingrown hair or a clogged duct but at the same time it could also be an infection or even a sign of hpv, which is the virus that can cause cancer. only by figuring out the cause of the bump can we give treatment.
Have an ob/gyn teach you more about your body. ...Read more
Bumps: Impossible to answer that question without evaluating your condition and seeing exactly what the problem is ...Read more
Get a diagnosis: The answer of how to get rid of it starts with knowing what it is. It could be a number of thing including a wart, an ingrown hair follicle, an allergic reaction, or an STD. You should have it looked at by a primary care doctor or gynecologist to get a diagnosis if he pain and bump persist for more than a few days. ...Read more
Depends: You need a good examination to see what is causing irritation ...Read more