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My Vulva Is Irritated
Why is my vulva irritated and stinging and burning ? && I have non odor discharge just white & thick
Yeast Infection: Stop the hydrocortisone. That is perhaps the worst thing you can put on an infection. You have a common yeast or fungal infection. Your mom can show you where to get the medication to help you get better. They are available at all drug and grocery stores where you live. ...Read more
Irritated vulva: The only way to tell for sure what is going on is to have the area examined by a gynecologist. But at age 49, one of the common reasons is dropping estrogen levels as menopause approaches. There may also be various skin conditions or infections as well. ...Read more
My vulva is red and gets irritated. Does vulvodynia usually make the vulva red? It doesn't hurt to have sex. Although it sometimes hurts in the front
GET IT CHECKED: Vulvodynia causes pain in vulva without any rash or redness.Your redness and irritation may be just redness in the skin, due to skin condition, contact dermatitis, infection etc.So get it checked to be sure from your doctor or gynecologist. ...Read more
Sounds like yeast: This sounds like a classic care of a vaginal yeast infection. There are many over the counter vaginal yeast medications that you can try. If this does not solve the problem then i would schedule a visit for testing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Irritated, itchy vulva. The only thing that soothes it is an ice cube. What is it? Is it an allergy to soap?
Both: Without any lesion observed, I think irritation from soap, particularly scented soap should be considered. On the other hand, it may also be from dry skin and you may try applying a moisturizer to the area immediately after bathing to see it this helps. If not, consult a dermatologist. ...Read more
Red patch on vulva, feels dry. No pain, no pus or blister. Feels irritated. Had feeling last year near same area test showed no herpes. What is it?
See answer: The vulva is subject to a range of skin problems which are highly treatable, but the treatment depends on the specific cause. Local irritants and allergens, of which there are many, are most common cause of vulvar dermatitis. Vulvar eczema, psoriasis, lichen planus, and lichen sclerosis are specific dermatitis types that can cause red patch. Topical steroids most common rx. Recommend gyne exam. ...Read more
Hello, my name is tamara. I had a question about my vulva, because it's been a little irritated lately. I know this is embarrassing but i'll describe to you everything. It's moist and has no odd discharge, but the skin is peeling off, as wet-sunburned ski
Hi : Hi tamara. Never be embarassed when it comes to questions about your health! based on your symptoms it sounds like you may be dealing with a yeast infection. This type of infection is very common in diabetes and often presents just as you described. The infection may be limited the the outside of your vagina (vulva) as oppossed to only the inside as commonly thought. I recommend you try an over the counter vaginal yeast infection cream, however in addition to putting the cream inside your vagina using the applicator, i suggest you apply a fair amount to the vulva where it is tender and itchy, this can be done twice a day. If this does not begin to alleviate your symptoms within a few days, then it may be a good idea to see your doctor because there is a chance you have another issue going on. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My vulva is inflammed and sore. What do I do? I'm a student nurse and i think i maybe have taken an orgranism with me hom yesterday from the hospital because shortly after i got home i picked a wedgy and hours later i was itching and irritated.
Your : Your symptoms are concerning for an infection. Inflammation and soreness are concerning and you should have a medical evaluation. If you have redness, discharge, fever, pain, or vomiting then you must be seen as an emergency. ...Read more
I'm having bad pelvic pain and brownish yellow discharge and my vulva and vagina are red and irritated and have been bleeding. What is wrong with me?
See your doctor: Pelvic pain, vaginal discharge and vaginal irritation are all symptoms of a possible vaginal infection. The only way to tell with certainty is to be checked by your family doctor or gynecologist. See him or her right away as these infections can worsen and cause complications. ...Read more
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