Lumps Like Pimples On The Left Vaginal Lips Accompanied By Vaginal Discharge?
Hello. I am 29 years old, and not married yet. on the lips of my vagina precisely on the left (rather deep) there was a bump like pimples. not big, but there are 2 lumps (1 slightly above, 1 below). at first there was nothing I felt, just often itchy, especially when conditions were too tired and I often experienced vaginal discharge as well. I had experienced this before too, but the lump disappeared on its own without being treated. now I’m starting to worry because there are 2 lumps and in the middle there is pus (like acne in general). before that I say thank you, and I’m waiting for the answer ..
Thank you for the question.
The appearance of 2 lumps on the left vaginal lips, which often feels itchy, festering, accompanied by excessive vaginal discharge may indicate the following conditions:
Scabies (scabies, Sarcoptes scabiei mite infection)
Tinea cruris (fungal dermatitis infection around the genitals and groin)
Folliculitis (infection of the hair root, can be caused by bacteria, fungi, or other microorganisms)
Bartholinitis (inflammation of the Bartholin gland, often also forming cysts)
Others, such as contact dermatitis with secondary infections, prickly heat, cutaneous candidiasis, molluscum contagiosum, genital warts, benign or malignant tumors, etc.
The bumps that you experience are not always dangerous. However, this does not necessarily mean that this lump can be left alone. Our advice, go to see your doctor directly or a dermatologist so that you can properly evaluate the cause of the lump, and be given the best treatment. Mild conditions can often be cured enough with topical medication. However, in some more severe cases, surgery or other therapeutic modalities may be needed.
At this time, we recommend that you do not squeeze or squeeze any lumps that appear randomly. Although itchy, avoid scratching the lump or the surrounding area to prevent irritation and spread of the lump. Bathe diligently, also clean your pubic area properly, without having to use soap, fragrance, or any chemical substances. Change your underwear regularly, shorten the pubic hair so it is not too long, and do not have sex with people with no clear sexual history. Do not forget, avoid contact between your genitals with substances that might make your genitals allergic or irritated, such as spermicides, certain clothing materials, hundred, rough pads, and so on.
Hope this helps ...