Is it normal to have bumps on the outside of your vagina with a very itchy yeast infection?

Bumps, yeast infecti. It is possible to have 'bumps' with yeast infection especially with recurrent yeast infection because of its chronic and persisted infections fro a lengthy period and if as described you should see gyn asap for consultation. Good luck.

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My vagina has been very itchy and red for the past three days. There's no odd coloured discharge, bumps, or pain. Does it sound like a yeast infection?

It's possible. Yeast infections can cause irritation, redness, swelling, itching, and abnormal vaginal discharge. However, there are other vaginal infections/conditions that have similar symptoms. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, see your doctor for testing so that you can be treated promptly and correctly. Read more...

Is it a yeast infection? I had sex with my boyfriend this weekend and on sunday and today my vagina has been very itchy and had some yellow discharge, but did not have a noticable smell.

If . If this is the first time you are having these symptoms then an exam by your doctor is in order. If you are dealing with yeast, then for the future you will be sure of the signs and symptoms if they return, and you can self treat with an over the counter vaginal yeast infection cream. If not yeast, your doctor may want to test for a vaginal bacterial infection or even an std (sexually transmitted disease).. If your symptoms have resolved then maybe you were merely having irritation from a lubricant or possible a condom if one was used. Regardless, if your symptoms are still present then you need an evaluation. Good luck. Read more...

What to do if I have pink/red itchy little bumps inside my vagina, do I have a yeast infection?

May be, may be not. Usually yeast infection causes redness, itchiness and abnormal thick cheesy and curdy discharge. It is less likely to cause bumps in the vagina. So please get checked to be sure. There are other infections can cause redness and itchiness in vaginal area. The best. Read more...