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Medicine For Vulvar Disorders
Vulvar disorders: Vulvar disorders = conditions which affect the female external genitalia. ...Read more
Is a gynecologist who treats only vulvar disorders or gynocologic oncologist best for treating differentiated VIN2?
Depends: We all have different levels of experience. In general most OB/GYNs can treat VIN2, but if your GYN isn't comfortable and wants to refer you to a GYN Oncologist, its fine too. ...Read more
Red, swollen, itchy vulva, odorless discharge somewhat thick. Took OTC medicine discharge almost gone. Swelling went down. Dry w/ cracks now.?
Examined vagina & saw chunks of itchy white stuff/bumps inside my vulva. I tested + for chlymedia 2 weeks ago & took instructed medicine given. Help
Vulvovaginal itching: Hello Ezerae, vulvovaginal itching with chunks of itchy white stuff sounds more like a yeast infection than a UTI. You could try an over the counter yeast infection treatment. They pretty well but if it doesn't go away in 3 or 4 days or worsens then you should see your doctor for an exam. Good luck :) ...Read more
Should not: These medications should not cause lumps like that. Please see a doctor as soon as possible for an exam so that they can fine the cause of these lumps for you. ...Read more
Intercourse with condom;spermicidal. Itchy vulva and vaginal entrance. Discharge, white, yellow, and tan. Light odor. Burns with yeast medicine.?
Red bumps on my vulva now look like canker sores that I get in my mouth. Can canker sores spread to your genitals? What is it? Std? Behcet's disease?
Herpes or Behcet's: Genital ulcers can be caused by the herpes virus or one of several other sexually transmitted infections. In the us, herpes is the most common and can infect both the mouth and genitals. Behcet's disease can also cause oral and genital ulcers. You should be seen by a physician or an std clinic. ...Read more
Dettol: As with other manufactured household cleaners, Dettol has the potential for causing lethal toxicity. It is poisonous when ingested and even when it is unintentionally inhaled. Absorption from the skin and mucous membranes may occur and you should not use this on yourself. ...Read more
Result of biopsy: More important than the biopsy per se. Biopsy involves removing part of the lesion on the vulva so that it may be examined by a pathologist to determine the nature of the disease, usually to rule in or rule out cancer. The amount of tissue removed is not likely to leave any lasting mark. If your doctor has suggested a biopsy, please follow her/his advice. ...Read more
All sizes serious: Get it seen asap by a doctor do not let it get larger. ...Read more
It varies.: It completely depends on both the size of the abnormal area, and upon the area of the vulva infected. Most results are not disfiguring. Do not hesitate to discuss these concerns with your surgeon. ...Read more
Biopsy: You are probably going to need a biopsy to find out the cause of this skin eruption. ...Read more
I have rrecurent boils in my vulvar area. How do I take care of them, and stop them from happening?
Boils: Please start with a clinic visit to a primary doctor. If things go OK that is fine. If not you will be sent to a specialist. Hope all goes well. ...Read more
What can I do to relieve the pressure of vulvar varicoties? Any recommendation beside the v2 supporter?
"Good vibrations"?: Vulvar vibrations can be pulsations of blood going through the area normally, or evidence of sexual arousal which would lead to the Beach boys song of the same title. ...Read more