Vaginal Blisters Are Painful And Sore During Sex And Often Canker Sores On The Tongue And Fever?
Hi, I’m 20 years old… my vagina blisters when I have sex with my husband it hurts and stings… then I like to have a rash on my skin but it only lasts for a while, then I often get thrush on my tongue, until it gets hot… the thrush stops then it doesn’t happen again…some say my intestines are bad..but I asked” and searching could also be symptoms of syphilis…I’m currently taking super tetra medicine, is that true?rnThank you
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Vaginal blisters, pain, soreness, and rashes after sex most often occur due to inadequate vaginal lubricant production, making them prone to irritation. Normally, when sexually stimulated, the gland cells in the female reproductive organs will produce mucus which is useful for minimizing irritation during penetration. However, sometimes the production of this lubricant is inadequate, for example due to hormonal changes when not in the fertile period, stress, fatigue, drug side effects, approaching menopause, vaginal dryness, using family planning, or having other diseases.
In addition to inadequate vaginal lubricant production, complaints around your genitals can also arise due to other causes, for example:
Infections, not only syphilis, but also genital herpes, herpes zoster, candidiasis, tinea cruris, impetigo, folliculitis
Contact dermatitis (skin inflammation due to contact with an allergen or irritant)
Vulvar cancer, and so on
Frequent canker sores on the tongue and fever (fever) may occur due to infection, it can be in the oral cavity, tonsils, throat, or other respiratory and digestive tracts. You can also often experience thrush because you are used to biting or sucking your mouth, lack of vitamin C, have dry lips, are in cold and windy environments, don't drink enough, and experience other diseases, such as malnutrition, lichen planus, HIV/AIDS, and so on. There is no direct relationship between abnormalities in the intestines with the complaints you are experiencing at this time.
Not all possible conditions above need to be treated with antibiotics (including the drugs you mention). Antibiotics are only needed if the cause of all your complaints is related to a bacterial infection. However, if the cause is different, the treatment will be different. So, you should check with your doctor first before deciding to give any therapy. If necessary, the doctor can refer you to a skin and genital specialist for further treatment.
Meanwhile, you can do the following efforts first;
Avoid risky sex (multiple partners, sex with prostitutes, not using condoms)
Perform adequate foreplay (warming up) before penetration of the penis into the vagina
Always keep the genitals clean
Do not give any medicine to the rash on the genitals, unless advised by a doctor
Avoid biting or sucking lips
Drink enough 2 liters per day
Keep your immune system up by exercising regularly, eating nutritious foods (especially those rich in vitamin C), avoiding smoking and alcohol
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah