Vaginal Pimples – Pimples on Vagina
October 29, 2009 by admin
Vagina pimples can be experienced by women of any age. These pimples can look in many ways like the pimples we all get on our face and are simply caused in many cases by clogged pores. I realise that many women do find vagina pimples a great source of embarrassment but you should consult your doctor straight away.
Other symptoms of vagina pimples are that they sometimes appear in clusters which break leaving painful sores in some cases during a period of 5 to 7 days. In other cases some women only get a small rash or even single bumps. Outbreaks can also cause burning and tingling sensations in the affected area. In is highly possible that in some cases the pimples are a form of bacterial infection.
Do not use products such as Benzoyl peroxide for treating vaginal pimples as this will aggregate the condition. For relief try soaking with a hot compress as this will reduce the inflammation and irritation. Also think about your clothing and wear loose underwear rather than tight as this may help the condition.
In some case the vagina pimples could be Genital Warts. If potential warts are suspected your doctor will help clarify this by applying a solution to the infected area which whitens the warts so they can be clearly viewed and diagnosed.
In very rare case the vagina pimples could be Herpes simplex This is a viral infection which generates sores not only on the genitals but also on the face. or round the genitals. The infection is caused by either of two viruses, herpes simplex virus type 1 or herpes