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Why is my eye red and pussy after a night?

Why is my eye red and pussy after a night?

Blepharitis: Sounds like an eyelid and eyelash problem. See an eye physician. While you wait to be seen wash your lids and lashes with baby shampoo or ocusoft lid scrubs. When you see an eye doctor they will check for other diseases like glaucoma, cataracts, diabetes, etc. ...Read more

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I had unprotected sex and right after it felt itchy when I peed. My inner vagina lips itch a couple days after and my eyes are red. Partner itches too

I had unprotected sex and right after it felt itchy when I peed. My inner vagina lips itch a couple days after and my eyes are red. Partner itches too

Symptoms: I STRONGLY encourage you to see your provider. We can now screen for many sexually transmitted diseases with a urine sample only. These are highly accurate. You could also potentially have a urinary tract infection which if left untreated could progress to a serious illness. ...Read more

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I have 2 bumps above clitoris hood like where the line of the vagina starts , no head just kind of red , i think shaving caused it?

I have 2 bumps above clitoris hood like where the line of the vagina starts , no head just kind of red , i think shaving caused it?

Whoops! another cut: This is a very sensitive area for a razor and small cuts can cause infection from the in grown hairs + bacteria. How about a hair removal cream or electric or battery operated feminine razor. ...Read more

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Small boil red penny size similar after two days. Had a head on it yesterday. Clinic said not mrsa: not worse after 2 days not hard pussy sound ok?

Small boil red penny size similar after two days.  Had a head on it yesterday.  Clinic  said not mrsa: not worse after 2 days not hard pussy sound ok?

Cultured? drained?: If the boil has not been cultured I do not know how they can say with certainty that it is not mrsa. That being said MRSA does tend to make more painful and rapidly increasing lesions. Interestingly, just draining them can frequently be adequate treatment however if antibiotics are not used then they do tend to recur. ...Read more