I have been treated for yeast infection after yeast infection the last couple of months and we all know the itching just drives you mad. I noticed last night after itching down there, i felt a pea sized hard knot, and i was wondering if anyone knows what causes these and what i need to do to get rid of it. Sex has really been painful since my hysterectomy last year, so i thought the yeast infections were caused from the hysterectomy and not having the hormones i used to have, please help, do i need to go back to the gynecologists office, or should i just let it pop on its own?
Thanks. i ended up going to obgyn yesterday, they are doing a bunch of tests and i have to go in 2 weeks for a biopsy of the vulva, she told me it just may be a really bad infection that wasn't treated correctly the first 3 times. I knew the itching wasn't right, she also said it may be some type of skin disorder. I hope this helps with anyone else that reads and thanks for your response.
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