I keep getting boils on my vagina after my periods is that normal
Ok, I notice after my periods, I keep getting boils on my vagina in different places, and now I found boil on the inside of my vagina, now I have no insurance, so that can I do, it doesnt hurt, but when I touch it, it feels like it is about to come to a head, what to do, is it contagious.
I haven't had sex, but I think I might have a boil on the right lip of my vagina and it's been there awhile it has already been drained once but it's still there. It doesn't hurt only when I tried to squeeze it. What do I do?
I have the same thing I been with one man for two years and he has only been with me we both are. Std free and are healthy ....I read online that iit's just your body and that these type of boils come and go... It disgusting and sometimespainful but that because our pores aren't allowing sweat skin cells to be released and other bodily fluids clod it our pores then we get swelling and pus . But I found that what helps me is washing with warm water mild soap after sex or oral using heated washcloths and less rough sex because friction can irritate sensitive skin
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