Overcoming Rheumatic Pain In The Labia Minora?
Hello good doctor. I am 35 years old u0026amp; I’m not married yet. In June 2017 I had surgery on the left breast because there was a lump, mamae sisnistra. In February 2018 yesterday I had surgery on my left ovary, a detmoid cyst, and in April this year I had breast surgery again, with the same result. Hello, good doctor, all this time my menstruation has been irregular, and for some time I have felt uncomfortable in my labia minora, I feel aches and pains, especially when I want to have my period. The blood that comes out during menstruation is also very little. If I look at the right side of my labia minora, the pain is now felt more often. The texture of the surface is rough, like there are small bumps. What I want to ask is, does the pain in the labia have something to do with the surgeries I’m undergoing? Does aches and pains in the labia have something to do with hormones? What should I do to deal with the pain? Does the texture of the labia minora really feel rough? Does it have something to do with my light menstruation with pain in the labia?rnWhat do you think happened to my labia, is there a serious disease? What are the labia minora diseases?rnThanks for all the explanations doctor.
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The labia minora is a part of the vagina that is deeper than the labia majora. In that area there are quite a lot of glands, both hair glands or other glands. Some conditions that can cause changes in the vaginal surface are:
The presence of folliculitis or acne that can be more than one The presence of an abscess is a painful lump Bartholin's cyst Genital warts Varicose veins in the vagina, namely the dilation of the veins in the vaginal area To be able to know more about the cause of the complaints you feel more definitely, it is better do an examination and consult directly with your gynecologist. So that you will get a more appropriate treatment according to the results of the examination that has been obtained.
Meanwhile, some suggestions that you can do are:
Avoid scratching the uneven surface. Avoid using feminine hygiene fluids for a while. Keep your feminine area clean by cleaning it using warm water at least 2 times a day. Avoid having risky sex. That's all the information we can convey. May be useful
dr. Winda Indriati