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I need help throbbing rawness type pain on vulvar vaginal skin what can I do? Steroid creams not working been to docs why is this happening??
Symptom tracking: these conditions can be somewhat complex. If you have had all infections ruled out including yeast and yeast cultures, it may be worthwhile for you to begin a calendar where you trace your symptoms with certain behaviors like bleeding, sex, exercise, diet to see if any are associated. For some people it can be because of sex. We will need more information. ...Read more
Just had vulvar & perianal skin biopsy for lichen sclerosis,is it ok to use Vaseline as barrier so soon after having it done?Paracet not touching pain
Review this: With your doctor who completed the biopsy. Every doctor is different about surgical incision care/hygiene. Remember that placing anything on a fresh incision can irritate it, even Vaseline so I would be careful, as this could lead to a scar. Remember, vaseline isn't sterile either and may compromise the site. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have 2 patches of very different color skin on my vulva. it doesn't hurt, nor does it itch... so what is wrong with me and how do i treat it.
Evaluation: Doctor need to see this spots for evaluation: the size,quality and so on , than will be possible make a proper diagnosis and treatment. My advice to you: make appointment with Doctor. ...Read more
It got "goosed".: When the hot wax is applied and removed ("ripped off"), the muscles under the skin called Erector pili elevate the skin in the form of "goosebumps" which also occurs when your body is frightened or cold as a reaction. Hot waxing is definitely a "female" endeavor as it a harsh "medieval" way to do the jab that a electric shaver or razor does just as well. Women are tougher then men in that regard. ...Read more
No it is not: This is a benign growth that can be found on the vulva or in the vagina. It can be hormone sensitive, if someone were taking hormones. It is not caused by HPV but to be certain, one should have a biopsy done. I assume by this question that this has been done. Here is a reference: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3716997/ ...Read more
Probably not.: This is not a common appearance of vulvar cancer; they are more frequently masses, ulcers, or raised plaques. However, redness around the vulva can be indicative that something else may be going on, so it is important to have it looked at by a gynecologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See expert: There are many conditions that can show these signs. Your dermatologist will determine if this condition requires treatment. ...Read more
I found a hard bump under the skin on my vulva. What could it be? I am 20 years old. The bump is new.
This : This is likely a cyst, or possibly an infected hair follicle. The only way to know for sure is to see your family doctor or gynecologist for a complete examination/evaluation. In the meantime you can try soaking in a warm bath with epsom salt three times a day. Only put enough water to cover your buttocks. Also try Ibuprofen for pain if present and to help with inflammation. Best of luck. ...Read more
I have chicken skin-like bumps around my vulva. Is this normal? No pain and pretty sure they're always there.
Bumps: Hair Follicle: Most likely this is normal. Yes. Most likely they are hair follicles. ...Read more
What should I do if I have an itching in the vulva area only the skin though. What could it be and how do I bring it up to my mom?
GYN REFERRAL: See your ob-gyn for best results and testing. ...Read more
Tiny "chunks" of skin missing on vulvar vestibule area. teeny red( same as skin) dots on it too. no itching, or pain. what is it??
See a doctor: Without actually examining you it's hard to say exactly what it is, but the symptoms you are describing sound concerning for an infection. If that is the case, it is contagious and it needs to be treated soon. Make an appointment with your doctor or go to urgent care to be evaluated. ...Read more
Area around my vulva is full of tiny bumps. Some are bright red and worrisome. No pain experiences and skin feels like granules when stretched. Help?
Not very: Vulvar cancer is uncommon, but very serious. Women with hpv are more likely to develop vulvar dysplasia and vulvar cancer. Smokers are far more likely to develop vulvar cancer. Plus they are harder to treat and more likely to have recurrences of the cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've found a rough part of skin on my vulva and I've looked and its white. What could this be?no other systems. Not itchy or sore
See your Doctor: There are a few different conditions in which the vulva skin becomes white in colour; some are serious, some are not. If the pale skin feels rough and feels different to the rest of your vulva skin, its less likely that the whiteness is due to just loss of pigment (called vitiligo). Its important to see your Dr & get it checked out. All the best! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bleeding on vulva? I see that the skin has peeled abit and it keeps on bleeding for 3days already! It hurts when I spray water on it. What could it be
Bleeding vulva: It is nearly impossible to tell you with near certainty what this could be. I recommend that you go to a local clinic and have it looked at. I would also advise that you do not have sex (if you are sexually active) until it is looked at. If it is an STD lesion, you can pass it to your partner. ...Read more
I have small bumps all over my vulva. A few are bright red and worrisome. When i stretch/squeeze the skin in that area, it feels like small granules. ?
I had a bartholin cyst two years ago and popped on its own causing a loose skin thats become edema after vulvar cyst surgery. Please any advise. Thank?
Had a vulva biopsy- lots of elevated skin that is painful? Did a keloid form? How is this treated? Very painful
Maybe.: It is most likely hypertrophic scar tissue. They are much more common. A hypertrophic scar is typicall not painful, develops quickly and is confined within the original incisional atea. A keloid is a benign tumor forming a mound above a scar and typically extending beyond the original incisional area. A cortisone injection will accelerate hypertrophic resolution whereas keloids are more resistant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer