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Vagina Pimples Not An Std
Outside of vagina itches. Bearable. Regular discharge.no oder. No inside itch. Can this be an STD or a regular yeast infection?
Your history does: not suggest an std or yeast infection, It could be just a allergic reaction to the chemicals in the feminine hygiene products such as color toilet paper, douches, sprays, shampoos. Having said that an std or a yeast infection is also needs to be ruled out. See a Gyn doctor. ...Read more
This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more
Vaginal discharge watery w/odor no burning or itching no bumps or anything indicating an STD I shave vagina have one partner I don't use a condom with?
Candida: The most common condition of the vagina, more common then stds, is candida - a fungal infection which likes the moistness and especially which might like the environment if you are taking an antibiotic for infection elsewhere in the body or have diabetes. Check with your gynecologist especially if there is discharge or discomfort. ...Read more
STDs: Need a full history and exam and testing to clearly establish a diagnosis and would need far more info to try and answer your question in further detail. My suggestion is that if you feel you were exposed to an std go and see a doctor, be examined and tested thoroughly. Good luck. ...Read more
I have a white sticky discharge near the urethra everyday(not vagina).Its painless.No urge to urinate frequently. Not sexually active so not an STD.
See doctor: Repeat question; see my previous reply. Even if not at risk for STD, such discharge still needs professional evaluation. Maybe not serious, but you shouldn't take the chance. Some STDs can cause symtpoms after several months or even years; even if not recently sexually active, an STD may be possible, especially if you were not tested for STDs since your last sexual contact. ...Read more
Extremely itchy vagina, not inside, libia & clitoris. No thrush, STD free & bacteria swabs done, all clear..Going on 4years, just want a answer?
Not really, but...: The direct answer is no: if neither partner is infected, nothing can be transmitted to the other one. However, normal bacteria in the rectum can infect a man's urethra, causing discharge and painful urination like gonorrhea or nongonococcal urethritis (NGU). Also, minor injury to the anus or rectum can cause symptoms similar to those of some STDs. ...Read more
Could Virginal Introitus on a pelvic exam in my medical records mean I have an imperforate hymen? It does not say vaginal introitus, but virginal?
No: "Virginal introitus" doesn't have much meaning. It does not mean "imperforate hymen". The reason "virginal introitus" doesn't have much meaning is because a doctor usually cannot tell by looking, whether or not a woman has technically had sexual intercourse (a penis has entered the outermost space of her vaginal area). ...Read more
Is it possible to be infected with HPV virus and get labia minora skin warts without sexual contact?
Itchy labia majora is it yeast infection? Or does itching in yeast infection only occur around vaginal opening &I have white chuncky vaginal disharge
Vag infection is not BV or STD or yeast. So is the bacteria coming from my partner? If it's not BV then it's not my own naturally occurring bacteria?
Vaginitis: You don't say what the causative agent of your vaginitis is, but if not trichomoniasis, chlamydia or gonorrhea it is unlikely it is sexually transmitted. Discuss this with your gynecologist. They are very knowledgeable and can guide you appropriately since they are in possession of more info than you are providing here. Good luck. ...Read more
What kind of bacterial infection can you get through vagina by having sex, thats not staph and not a std.
Need to see an md: Any extra growth in that area should be examined and looked at, not just for an std but possibly a type of cancer, if it turns out to be a "skin tag" great, but it needs to be looked at. A genital wart may look like a skin tag so it may be an std. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Vaginal dryness causing skin to tear and get sores. Making intercourse painful. What's wrong with me? Definitely not an sti.
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