What can cause a pimple like, bump and itchy on the labia?

Minora or majora? Is this on the minora or majora? On the minora era are a variety of mucous glands that may become obstructed or occluded causi g a small pimple like bump. On the majora, sebaceous glands or hair follicles may also be responsible due to ingrown hairs or cysts. If this does not resolve discuss with your physician for a review of other more obscure causes.

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I had protected sex Sunday morning and noticed two separate red itchy pimple like bumps on outer labia the next day. Should I be concerned?

Partner knowledge. If you know your sexual partner well and you both are in a mutually exclusive relationship, then see a GYN MD at your convenience. If not, make an appointment sooner then later to determine what the "bumps" are in fact. Read more...

I have about 50 small pimple like bumps starting from my anus and bum up to my inner labia. Way more on the bum. Some filled with yellow fluid. Nothing has burst but they are hot and itchy. Ideas?

May be folliculitis. Based on your description it could be a case of folliculitis or staph/strep infection - I would go see your family doctor, dermatologist or gyn to be sure. . Read more...
Herpes. You need to see your gynecologist. It seems like Herpes, but have to be examined for definite diagnosis. It resolves with antivirals such as Valtrex (valacyclovir) which is a prescription medicine! Good luck! Read more...

Hello I have a itchy pimple inside my inner labia and it has been there for a couple of days. I recently popped it. Should I be concerned?

Possibly. The most common cause of an itchy pimple would be an ingrown hair or a blocked gland, but it's also possible that you could have an infection or something more rare, like a precancerous spot. If it doesn't heal in the next few days, you should see your gynecologist or dermatologist to let a professional look at it. Read more...

Can a pimple be red, swollen, painful, and itchy on my labia?

See gynecologist. You should see a gynecologist as soon as possible. It could just be an infected hair follicle but it could also be an std. It is always best to get it diagnosed by gyn so you can get the best treatment. Read more...

I have molescum contageous in my pubic region as maybe It spread from my face/towels. Pimple like ball (molescum?) under labia skin it's itchy!

Check up. Check to see if it is truly Molluscum which is a wart or a virus. Usually these will go away on their own. They can be treated symptomatically or removed with medication. This may be something else due to the location and the fact that it is itchy. All the best. Read more...