Nodules In Miss.V?
On Thursday I used a public toilet when I was menstruating and it took me more than 4 hours to change my sanitary napkin. at night V itches. 1 day later itching and there is a spot / small rash on the inner labia. and now when exposed to painful urine. if it hits regular water or not. Why do you think? Monday, InsyaAllah, mo to a genital skin doctor. but so I was2 waiting 2 days again cz the nodules added. thank you for the help 😭😭
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The appearance of a rash in the inner vagina that feels itchy and sore when urinating could indicate an infection. Some examples of infections that can cause complaints like this are:
Folliculitis (hair root infection)
Tinea cruris (fungal infection of the genitals and groin)
Genital herpes (Herpes simplex virus infection)
Herpes zoster (Varicella zoster virus infection)
Scabies (infection with Sarcoptes scabeii mites), and so on
It is also possible that the rashes appear due to skin inflammation due to other causes, for example irritant contact dermatitis (skin that is inflamed due to contact with an irritating substance), insect bites, allergic contact dermatitis (inflamed skin due to an allergy to a substance in contact with the skin) ), etc.
You can check your complaint directly to the doctor to identify the cause. If a skin and genital specialist is not yet available, you can check with a general practitioner first. With their competence, general practitioners can provide the best treatment according to your condition. The treatment that is given later can be in the form of topical drugs (for example in the form of ointments), oral medication, or it could be other medical measures.
Currently, you should be more active in maintaining the cleanliness of your sex organs. When using public toilets, make sure the water you use to clean your genitals is clean. When in doubt about the quality of the water you will use, it will be safer if you use mineral water which is more sanitary. Avoid scratching or exfoliating the rash that appears on your genitals. Soak in warm water to reduce the pain. Change your underwear regularly at least 2 times a day. When menstruating, make it a habit to change pads regularly at least every 4 hours. Finally, if you are married, limit sexual relations first to minimize transmission.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah