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White Spots On Vaginal Opening
Have a lot of vaginal discharge, not a foul odor but its different, and have a few white spots on "lips" but they do not hurt what could this be?
The skin around my vaginal enterance is dry, white and cracked. ITs very itchy and sore and there is little white spots. What could this be?
I have weird spots by my vaginal opening and I'm scared I have something I need to know what they are?
Need to be seen: Yo need to have a GYN MD visit to look at the spots to make a determination as to what they are. Otherwise, in this forum, we are "blind as the proverbial bat". Read more
I have 2 small irritated spots one on each side of my vaginal opening I believe that are caused by intercourse and they will not heal any suggestions?
I have these three yellowish spots close to my vaginal opening its painful. It burns when I pee and I have a slightly different smell down there.
Herpes?: Any sores in the vaginal area that are painful and cause burning with urination need to be checked by the doctor. It is possible to have yeast infections that cause skin breakdown and sores (not sexually transmitted) but it could also be herpes or other sexually transmitted disease. Either way you need treatment for the problem Read more
What would cause a brown spot almost like a stain look near vaginal opening.? Had it biopsied and was normal. How can I get rid of it.
Ther is a 2 pimple like spot on my pubic and in both sides of my labia minora and 2 below the vaginal opening what cud ds be & how is it treatd?
I found some white spots on my back and shoulders, what should I do? P.S. Today I noticed some small spots on my chest and neck!
My dr ordered a m r i, found 20 white spots on my brain, he says its m s u think its what it is, ?
Not necessarily: If you have history of migraine, head injury, high blood pressure or merely taking a variety of meds, could be better answer (eg, microvascular angioplasty). Ms is best diagnosed based on history and physical exam. The MRI is used for confirmation and treatment decisions in part. Get neurological consultation. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Thrush: Those white spots in your baby's mouth can be thrush. This is an infection with a fungus called candida that is common in babies. It causes white plaques on the tongue and mouth that can occasionally bleed. An oral anti-fungal medicine can help eliminate the infection, especially if it makes it uncomfortable for your baby to feed. Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Where? What? Etc.: You didn't mention where you have them? What size? How many? For how long? Any other symptoms, either locally or the rest of your body. There is not enough information to even try to answer so general a question. Why don't you repost your question with more information. Read more
Several Causes: White spots on skin have many causes. In folks older than 40, the main cause is sun damage called " idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis". It happes mostly on the forearms and shins. Other causes include vitiligo, postinflammatory hypopigmentation, medication or chemical leukoderma, and finally hypopigmented mycosis fungoides (a type of skin lymphoma). I would have you see a dermatologist. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some. ..: Do white spots look like millet? If so and without long foreskin-related inflammation, they most likely represent hyperactive sebaceous glands of hair follicles, which are harmless & require no Rx at all. Nonetheless, without a direct look, a prefect Dx is hard to come by. So, seek professional evaluation & counseling timely. Read more
There: There are a few different things that could be going on here: - chronic/recurrent bacterial infections with non-strep bacteria - viral infections (such as mono) - tonsilliths - also known as "tonsil stones" these are little pieces of food that become lodged in the folds of the tonsil. Like an oyster, the tonsil becomes irritated and coats these pieces in mucus until the pop out on their own (those are the "white spots"). They can sometimes cause soreness and bad breath. If this continues to be a chronic problem, you may want to see an otolaryngologist (ear, nose and throat doctor) for a more in-depth exam, throat cultures, and to possibly consider having your tonsils removed if other therapies are not working. Good luck! Read more