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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?

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

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Blistering (Definition)

Blistering is a bubble of skin filled with fluid. They can occur to excessive rubbing (as with a new pair of ...Read more

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Vaginal burn and itch, also on vulva, irritated clitoris, some discharge, 3 blisters. 3 treatment with antibiotics in 3 months, taking oral probiotic?

Vaginal burn and itch, also on vulva, irritated clitoris, some discharge, 3 blisters. 3 treatment with antibiotics in 3 months, taking oral probiotic?

Likely infection: Vaginal symptoms and blisters despite 3 rounds of antibiotics - i suspect there is still an infection going on. Possibly yeast or BV or another bacterial infection, possible herpes. Could also be an irritation reaction to something you're applying to the area. Anyway you need another doctor exam. In the meantime, ice in a plastic bag, or doing aveeno soaks can be soothing. Good luck. ...Read more

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Maintaining Vaginal Health (Tip)

Maintaining Vaginal Health

Eat probiotic foods. Your vagina will take care of the rest. ...See more

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Treating Blisters (Checklist)

Pop the blister
Once
Drain the fluid out
Once
Leave the "roof" intact
Once
Cover with antibiotic ointment and dry bandage
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I have bumps on my vagina and they are worrying me, what do you think it is and how do I get rid of it? They are not red, they look just like small bumps, not really blisters

You : You should have them checked by your ob-gyn. They may be genital warts. Genital warts are associated with papilloma virus infections. There are solutions that can be applied to get rid of them but you will need hpv screening. ...Read more

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Hi! yesterday my bf ejaculate outside on my outside vagina opening. But i had small blister on my vulva. But is not broken yet. Can i get hiv?

Hi! yesterday my bf ejaculate outside on my outside vagina opening. But i had small blister on my vulva. But is not broken yet. Can i get hiv?

HIV: Yes, you can get hiv, but only if your sexual partner has the virus. The blister may be herpes, and this will increase the risk of acquiring hiv. Go and get tested, both of you. Good luck, . ...Read more

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Third trimester Pregnancy (Tip)

Third trimester Pregnancy

In moms having their first baby, the baby's head dips (engages) into the birth canal at about 38 wk. ...See more

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Treating Blisters (Checklist)

Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water
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Wash blister with soap and water
Once
Gently wipe blister with alcohol betadine
Once
Puncture the outer layer of the blister with sterilized needle
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I have a sore on my vulva that felt like a blister, finally popped a few days ago, but its still oozing. What is this? Had a full STD scan was neg.

I have a sore on my vulva that felt like a blister, finally popped a few days ago, but its still oozing. What is this? Had a full STD scan was neg.

Lesion: This could be an infected abscess, boil or cyst, all of which may not be std in nature. If it is troubling you and not going away, get eval from your gyn. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Vulva (Definition)

The external female genitalia including the mons pubis, labia majora and minor, clitoris, vestibule, ...Read more

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