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Red Spots In Vulva
Scratching from vaginal irritation created red sore spots on vulva, doctor tested for herpes. Doesn't herpes result in blisters? What else could be?
Various causes: Vaginal itching without discharge can indicate infections like yeast or STDs like herpes. It can indicate an allergic reaction to household products like certain soaps and laundry detergents. There are also some skin conditions liked lichen sclerosis which can cause vaginal itching. Hormone deficiencies from menopause or breast feeding can also cause itching. ...Read more
Have red spots on my vagina (vulva)i get them when i get my period. Don't hurt and not blisters . What could it be. Haven't had sex in 3 months.
Please see your MD: Make an appointment with your healthcare provider while you have the outbreak so it may be evaluated at its peak. You should be tested for std's as well. ...Read more
Spots: if it is painful and blister like or in general it should be checked for various causes ...Read more
I have tiny little red spots that itch on my labia minora and some on my labia majora. No discharge?
Red spots on labia.: You need to see your doctor to rule out any infection. ...Read more
2 red spots where the line of the vagina starts above the clitoris in between the line red, itchy and both in exact spot in opp sides? Shaving caused ?
Could be: These could definitely be because of shaving, just irritation. At the same time, if you had unprotected sex, you need to watch the spots, and if they grow, start to weep or have pus, please see your primary care provider. In the future, please use protection. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Injury: It is possible that injury or broken blood vessels could represent what you are describing. Sort of like a broken blood vessel in your eye after you throw up. I would suggest that you consider timing your next exam the morning after having relations or time you relations to occur the even prior to your next exam. ...Read more
If nude, yes: If "the pressing created heat and injury then yes, there might be red spots. If you are not sure, then see a MD who can look at the area and determine exactly what it is. Sometimes this can happen when articles of clothing are "bunched up" and rubbed in that area as well, such as jeans or underwear. ...Read more
Quite common: It is quite common for skin to react this way to shaving. Most of the time the irritation resolves spontaneously; a little mild steroid cream can help ...Read more
I'm 21, and I have been shaving my vagina for about 5 years now. Ever since then I have red spots/dots there. What's the best way to remove it?
See below: Prevention: 1. Wash the area with mild soap and water before shaving 2. Dry thoroughly 3. Use a shave lotion/cream or other lubricant. 4. Shave in one direction only - don't go over the area again. 5. At the end, apply a mild astringent, aftershave=type product, or diluted rubbing alcohol to tighten the pores 6. Keep the area clean and dry for at least a day. ...Read more