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Used condoms, now I have a rash ALL over vagina. Doesn't burn when I pee just sore vagina hole and a little itchy. Little red bumps all over? Help

Latex allergy? Sounds like you may have a latex allergy. In the future avoid latex and see how you body reacts. Read more...
Latex allergy. It sounds like you may have an allergic reaction to latex rubber -which is quite common actually. You might feel better with some benadryl (diphenhydramine) or other antihistamine. Cool water might help. Obviously avoidance of all things 'rubber' is important. If your gyn symptoms don't improve, best to see your gyn and/or allergist. If you have any breathing problems, go immediately to the ER (911). Feel better. Read more...

What may cause red bumps (rash) like allergy, to come and go away on arms and back? What are the causes?

Keratosis Pilaris. Keratosis pilaris is a common skin condition in which a protein in the skin called keratin forms hard plugs within hair follicles. Causes, incidence, and risk factors keratosis pilaris is harmless (benign). It seems to run in families. It is more common in people who have very dry skin, or who have atopic dermatitis (eczema). Read more...
Sounds like hives. Obviously, the best thing is to see your physician to get evaluated. In the meantime, otc antihistamines can help with the itching. At your age, the vast majority of cases of hives never get diagnosed, and most often stop coming back in less than six weeks. Read more...

I have small red bumps on my vagina, it has white little bumps on it, what could it be?

Time to see a GYN. W/out a clear picture of where and what these look like, it's hard to advise. If they're associated with shaving then I would avoid doing that, regardless it may be time to see a GYN to help you evaluate what's going on. Read more...

I have small red bumps on my vagina. I thought it was from shaving but im not so sure that's the case anymore. What could they be?

Skin irritation. There are many causes of bumps on the skin outside your vagina - including having a reaction to shaving (the hair follicles become inflamed) other causes can be of more concern, so if it isn't better soon, you might want to have it looked at. Read more...