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Outer Part Vagina
I'm getting the same discharge I've been getting every cycle, no foul odor but now my outer part of vagina is itchy and uncomfortable. What can this be?
Hello dr I would be completing my 16 week on 25 april. But from last week I am experiencing vulva pain i.E outer part of vagina and the pain increase?
I'm getting a vaginal biopsy done I have burning on outer part of vagina will this show if I have a skin condition down there dr can't find what's wrong?
Likely helpful: Biopsy will show if there are structural changes in the skin that may be responsible for the symptoms. It is important to provide all the clinical information to the pathologist who will be reading the biopsy. ...Read more
Are white flakey/clumpy spots on outer part of vagina a symptom of a yeast infection? Are there any other conditions that cause this?
Usually yeast: This can be normal depending on where you are in your cycle, etc, but usually irritating, itchy, white clumps are a sign of a yeast infection. It's probably worth trying an over-the-counter treatment like monistat, but if it does not improve or you have pain, bleeding, fever, etc - see a doctor. ...Read more
I have small red pimple like bumps on outer part of vagina. And I also have a painful pimple like bump on crease of thigh and butt. What is it?
I changed my laundry detergeint 2 months ago and I've been having burning on outer part of vagina could it just be irritated burns when I pee too.
Why is it that my outer part of vagina doesn't burn in the morning till I pee than it burns for the rest of the day to much acid? I'm geting a biopsy
Listen to doctor: And wait for the results of the biopsy. They will provide far more accurate information than anything that could be speculated about from the description which you have provided. Good luck. Hope this turns out easily treated. ...Read more
My 8 month girl has diaper rash on outer part of vagina. Applied zinc oxide and is still there. Pls help? We tried not to put diapers anymore
See answer: Zinc oxide application may take some time to help. Diaper free time also helps. U may need to get an antifungal cream (now a days available over the counter) like clotrimazole (LOTRIMIN) and try that. If these fail u shd see a pediatrician or a dermatologist and get a proper diagnosis to get proper treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Needs testing: Vaginal discharge requires an examination to determine the cause and treatment. Bacterial vaginosis is the most common cause and often has a vaginal odor. Vaginal itching can be a sign of a yeast infection. Sometimes vaginal discharge can be a sign of a sexual transmitted infection. Testing is important to determine the treatment and keep you and your partner safe. ...Read more
See a doctor: The outer part of your vagina may be itchy because of an infection or an allergy to some product you are using. It appears that this is the first time you are experiencing this issue. You must see a doctor to see if it is a yeast infection or a bacterial infection or an allergy. Stop using any deodorants or powder in this area for now. You may try some over the counter cream like vagisil. ...Read more
On the outer part of my vagina it is tearing like a seam and I have been getting bumps by the opening of my vagina but I don't think they are warts.?
Itchiness and irritation around the lower and outer part of my vagina. I also have a few cuts in the inside. Are those definet signs of herpes?
I have a smooth swollen flat bump its a little bit smaller than a quarter, its oval shaped, its temporarily itchy, on the outer part of my vagina?
Time: You did not indicate the cause of the cut or severity. Usually, minor cuts or tears will heal spontaneously without treatment. If the cut is deep and or bleeding, seek medical attention. If caused by an infection or truama seek medical attention. ...Read more
I notice pimple like in the outer part of my vagina after 5 days of shaving, how can I get rid of this? What antibiotic do I have to take?
Ingrown hair: This could be a pimple from an ingrown hair or blocked hair follicle in your vaginal area. You can apply warm compresses (as hot as you can stand for a while) about 3 times a day, and apply an OTC antibiotic cream such as polysporin (bacitracin and polymyxin) or neosporin. If it does not get better in a week, see your doctor. ...Read more