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What can I do for really large labia minor?

What can I do for really large labia minor?

Labiaplasty: Labiaplasty is also known as labia minora reduction or partial vulvectomy. This is considered a controversial procedure by many but multi-center studies show a high satisfaction rate. Of course there are risks to any procedure but these tend to be low compared with other elective procedures. Meet with a qualified professional or visit labiaplastydoc.Com for before/after photographs. ...Read more

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The external female genitalia including the mons pubis, labia majora and minor, clitoris, vestibule, ...Read more


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Why could my inner labia minor be swollen?

Why could my inner labia minor be swollen?

Many potential ...: More details are necessary but the most common causes are trauma from sex/birth but other possibilities such as infection, allergy, bleeding, hernia, varicocoele and more. ...Read more

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What could cause a cyst under skin on labia minor?

What could cause a cyst under skin on labia minor?

Occluded gland: Most commonly this is due to an occluded gland but may be a traumatic inclusion cyst from sex, birth trauma or surgery. It may also be a small cyst or tumor that may require diagnostic biopsy or therapeutic incision and drainage or excision. Discuss with your gynecologist. ...Read more

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My labia minor is larger than usual brownish purple is this normsl?

My labia minor is larger than usual brownish purple is this normsl?

Could be...: Without pain , trauma or infection - I wouldn't worry too much. If this is the only notable area on your body with a change in pigment then it's likely ok- either way- if concerned or have pain, trauma or infection as mentionned- see you doctor for confirmation. :) good luck ...Read more

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What can I do if I have a pimple on labia minor?

What can I do if I have a pimple on labia minor?

See doctor: If it is painful or oozing, see your doctor or gyn. Could be many things - cyst, infection, allergic reaction, infestation. ...Read more

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What can relieve itching and swelling in the labia minor?

What can relieve itching and swelling in the labia minor?

Depends on the cause: A yeast infection is pretty likely, in which case there are a lot of over the counter treatments that may help. However, there are many more options. Sex that is too dry, too long, too rough, penis too big, vagina too small, sex under water, infections, jock itch, allergy to condoms/spermicide etc. If the problem does not resolve, it is time to call your family doctor. ...Read more

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Ichey small lump inside labia minor can feel it but cannot see it?

Ichey small lump inside labia minor can feel it but cannot see it?

Possible infection: Should see you ob/gyn to be evaluated for possible infection, . ...Read more

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What can I do to relieve itching and swelling in my labia minor area?

What can I do to relieve itching and swelling in my labia minor area?

Depends on the cause: A yeast infection is pretty likely, in which case there are a lot of over the counter treatments that may help. However, there are many more options. Sex that is too dry, too long, too rough, penis too big, vagina too small, sex under water, infections, jock itch, allergy to condoms/spermicide etc. If the problem does not resolve, it is time to call your family doctor. ...Read more

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Left labia minor all of a sudden hurts and feels like an in grown hair would. What could it be? It is somewhat swollen and sensitive.

Left labia minor all of a sudden hurts and feels like an in grown hair would. What could it be? It is somewhat swollen and sensitive.

Ingrown Hair?: It could be due to a clogged hair follicle or other irritation of your labia, possibly from being pinched against your underwear or other physical trauma. try applying moist heat and take ibuprofen or naproxen. If having unprotected sex, and ulcer develops, see clinician asap to rule out herpes infection. ...Read more