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What causes cuts on the vagina?

What causes cuts on the vagina?

Several things: I would schedule a visitt for an exam and testing. Here are a few things to ask about. Herpes is a common infection that can appear like cuts. Yeast can cause cracks in the tissue that could be confused with cuts. Scratching can cause actual cuts. Trauma during intercourse can too. ...Read more

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What causes small cuts in vagina. Finish meds for chylmadia. Still having pressure in rectum......What could be cause. Also terrible constipation.

What causes small cuts in vagina. Finish meds for chylmadia.  Still having pressure in rectum......What could be cause.  Also terrible constipation.

Concerning: An examination is needed to determine the cause. The words " small cuts" make me think this may be genital herpes or yeast caused by the recent antibiotics. If you're having a lot of pelvic pressure after a chlamydia infection you need to be evaluated for pid. ...Read more

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What could be the cause of little cuts externally on my vagina?

What could be the cause of little cuts externally on my vagina?

May need examination: "little cuts" on delicate skin around the vagina could be actual little cuts from friction or abrasion against something. Sensitive skin areas can also react to chemical irritants or allergen materials, and end up feeling like little cuts or sometimes even looking like abrasions. A doctor can examine the area to see if there are signs of infection, such as a herpes rash. ...Read more

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What is the cause of little red cuts near the vagina area. It started near the libia, went away when i put vaseline on it, now it's closer to?

What is the cause of little red cuts near the vagina area.  It started near the libia, went away when i put vaseline on it,  now it's closer to?

Hard to answer: This presentation can be from a variety of issues. Vulvar infection, yeast, other skin conditions, trauma to the vulva during sexual activity, shaving etc may also cause these small lacerations. Vaseline may inhibit healing so may not be the best choice. See you doctor as this usually requires history & visualization to diagnose. ...Read more