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Itchy Bumps Labia
Small itchy bumps on labia majors & white stuff on labia minors & purple discoloration plus thick white discharge what is it?
Vagina is red with some itchy bumps on labia minora. Sometimes my vagina feels kinda numb or swollen. I have white odorless discharge. What is this?
See Your Doc: These could be many different things. You should see your doctor for evaluation to figure out what it was. ...Read more
My bf has had his penis near/slightly in my vagina and he has fordyce spots. Now I have tiny itchy bumps on my labia that look like them. Possible sti?
Had a small itchy bump on labia majora for 9 months. Finally went away and came back after 6 months. I've Never had sex. What is causing the bump?
Vagina has an itchy, burning sensation for 3 days that has been painful. No discharge. Swollen itchy growing bump-labia minora appeared 2 days ago?
Infection: The symptoms you describe warrant being seen and evaluated by your physician. ...Read more
Minora or majora?: Is this on the minora or majora? On the minora era are a variety of mucous glands that may become obstructed or occluded causi g a small pimple like bump. On the majora, sebaceous glands or hair follicles may also be responsible due to ingrown hairs or cysts. If this does not resolve discuss with your physician for a review of other more obscure causes. ...Read more
A few possibilities: Genital skin rashes like this are pretty common. Mostly not serious. Some common ones are lichen planus, lichen sclerosis, psoriasis, eczema, and others. You'll need to see a doctor in person for accurate diagnosis and treatment. In the meantime, it's not likely to be serious. Good luck! ...Read more
Itchy flesh colored bumps on labia (hair does grow out) not hard and no pain. Used to only appear with period and then started appearing randomly.
See your doctor: These bumps may be nothing however I'm a little concerned they could be from a sexually transmitted disease called condyloma, or genital warts. They aren't necessarily dangerous but are highly contagious. In order to decide for sure you will need to see a gyno who can help make an accurate diagnosis. ...Read more
I started with a pea size lump between labia majora and labia minora now the lump is gone but I have a few itchy bumps now. What could this be? I sta
See doctor: And have them examined to determine a diagnosis. ...Read more
I have 2 red lines on both sides of my inner vulva lips near my clit- at first I felt small itchy bumps, so I itched them and then they bled. What?
I have a itchy rash on my labia minora, I had a yeast infestion weeks ago, if this part of it. I have try vagisil.
I have a super itchy rash on the right outer labia. Dry patch of skin slightly darkened. Doesn't hurt, no puss. Slightly swollen. Have hist of eczema
Itchy Rash: From what you describe this may indeed be eczema. I would try you usual treatments, if they don't work then see you doctor. ...Read more
Hives: Red itchy bumps may be hives, bed bugs, mosquito bites, spider bites, poison ivy and many other things. Of course more detail is needed to help you but an antihistamine pill like Allegra (fexofenadine) 180 mg once daily could help reduce the itch. A steroid cream may be helpful too. ...Read more
Diagnosis: You need to diagnose your itchy bumps to see what they are and where they are coming from. Let your doctor examine them. Meanwhile you can take an over the counter antihistamine to help with the itch, such as Allegra or zyrtec. Benadryl (diphenhydramine) is also good but sedating. ...Read more
Itchy bumps: Small bumps can occur on the skin for a variety of reasons, but when they are "ichy" it is usually an indication that they are a "reaction" to something - an "allergy". You may be allergic to something that your skin is coming in contact with like a soap or lotion - could also be clothing. Try to find out what is causing the reaction, eliminate it, and see if it gets better. Steroid cream may help. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Hives localized to the inner thighs may be due to multiple causes. The area is warm and one thigh can rub against the other. It can be due to cloth or chemicals in pants, just to give a few examples. Wear non-tight pants; when itchy, apply Sarna with pramoxime. Otherwise, keep dry with cornstarch or talc. Take an antihistamine such as fexofenadine or cetirizine. No help - see your physician. ...Read more
See below: Clean with a warm soapy compress and then apply a cortisone cream. ...Read more
Moisturize your skin: To start with, bathe with a cream soap, pat your skin dry, immediately add a moisturizer to trap the moisture, take OTC antihistaminic, unless contraindicated, if that doesn't work, see your doctor, good luck ...Read more