Can a yeast infection cause white lumps to appear right near the entrance of vagina?

Yes. This may certainly occur, but rather than diagnosing this yourself would strongly suggest you see a doctor and have an exam to determine if anything else may be present.

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How do I keep my vagina dry while treating a yeast infection? I am using miconazole 7 and the exterior of my vagina and vulva is inflamed/itchy

A topical cream. The most effective cream for this itchiness is a rx called lotrisone (clotrimazole and betamethasone). A nother is mycolog both contain an anti fungal drug and a steroid to relieve itching. Read more...
Add hydrocortisone. Try to mix 1% Hydrocortisone cream to the miconazole. And mix in 2 times each day to the rash. This is a very effective combination. Rub in one cream and then the other right on top for 30 seconds. It doesn't matter which cream you rub in first. Read more...

I have a lump above my vagina opening. Its not painful at all. I also have white clumpy stuff on the vagina opening. Is this yeast infection?

See Clinician. Both findings would need to be evaluated by a Clinician for a diagnosis. Read more...
Yeast infection. Yes, white 'clumpy stuff' that looks like cottage cheese can be indicative of a 'yeast infection', commonly caused by Candida. It's best to tell ur doctor and then decide on a treatment plan together. It is always good to make sure of the diagnosis and therefore plan out the best treatment. I wonder in your case what caused or contributed to this? The idea being to correct any other health issues. Read more...

Had yeast infection. It cleared. Now felt large lump 2 or 3 inches up vagina. Fleshy and not painful. Please help me.?

? cyst. Women can develop cyst (fluid filled collections) in the vagina that present as you describe. However there is no way to know for sure. Without further eval. Make an appointment. Read more...

What treatment of yeast infection for woman? My vulva mouth of my vagina itchy after my period.

Medication. You can try over the counter Monistat or Gyne Lotrimin (clotrimazole) creams, or see a GYN MD for a more accurate diagnosis if that doesn't work, and medication solution. Read more...

The outer part of my vagina itches on one side and in vulva. I took yeast infection medicine but no help. There's no odor/discharge or bumps. Help?

May not be yeast. There are other vaginal infections or non-infectious conditions that can cause itching. Also, yeast can sometimes be resistant to the traditional medicines. You should probably consult with your gynecologist and have additional testing done. Read more...