Handling Of Bartholin Cysts Accompanied By Brown Spots Arise Throughout The Body?
Good night doctor, I am 31 years old, I often get bartholin cysts, indeed, they often heal by themselves without doctor’s treatment. So I let it. My Minora Jabora enlarged and felt pain. Is it okay? Secondly, I have ulcers in the groin (right next to the vaginal opening) a year ago, initially small, then after I walked far enough, so it enlarged to the anus. I treated him with dexa and a bullet inserted into the anus. thank god it’s getting better and smaller. But the boils just broke out for a long time, and for many months and often bled, sometimes a lot. Third, my labia mayora is white sometimes pink when after menstruation due to irritation of the bandage, it spreads to the groin. It feels itchy and sore. Fourth, a few days ago, there was a red lump that turned black on my groin, itchy. Touchable (has a texture) Brown spots appear all over my body which are getting more and more. Is it reasonable? How to overcome it? Do I need to seek treatment / go to a specialist?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Before continuing, allow us to answer your question in its entirety. The reason is because your complaint is centered around more or less the same area, and if translated one by one it will be too long which will actually reduce the effectiveness of the delivery of messages and ease in understanding the answer itself.
Bartholin cyst is a condition that occurs when there is a blockage in the Bartholin gland duct which is located on both sides of the vaginal lips. The cause can be due to bacterial infections, long-term irritation or inflammation. Handling is indeed not necessarily by visiting a doctor, but if it has been repeated (as you say that you often experience it), enlarged and make you uncomfortable, you should check with your obstetrician.
Likewise the case with boils in the groin that you experience. Regardless of why, if it has been perforated for months and bleeding, it means that an infection has occurred that must be treated further by an obstetrician. In the examination, you can also all complain about the labia majora and the red lumps that you have, because to diagnose both of these things also requires direct examination.
The point is that we want to convey, there are limits where you can handle yourself and when you have to seek the help of specialist doctors, or at least consult a general practitioner if you are constrained in accessing obstetrician services in your case. And that limitation is your own clinical condition. If it does not improve in 3-5 days, or the condition clearly deteriorates, for example, as you said with Bartholin's cysts where the labia minority becomes enlarged and painful, boils rupture and even become perforated and bleed, irritating pads that spread, and spots chocolate is getting more and more in the body, it is a sign that you need the help of medical personnel. Because at this stage, independent handling has proven unsuccessful. We also can not help much because we were not present to check you directly. If forced to be dealt with remotely, there can be misdiagnosis and treatment that actually harms yourself.
Therefore, once again, check yourself to the obstetrician, and in the meantime, make sure your genitals remain clean, reduce the use of chemicals, and avoid using tight pants, and do not have sex first. So, hopefully answering your question.