today when i woke up and went to the bathroom, i noticed that my perineum was a little sore. So i decided to take a look at it, and i think i saw like little white bumps on my perineum. I'm really not sure what's going on cause last time i got tested i was clean. However, i had a new sexual partner before this happened. It hurts alot and its really irritated, would u have any idea what it might be??
Ive had this before and its not an STD, mine is from wearing things using perfumed soaps etc, its a sensitive area and gets sore and dry so it just needs a bit of TLC. I Use DAKTACORT, which is a steroid barrier cream to protect the area from your wee!!! Its buyable over the counter as well.
I have these bumps too. Not sure what they are. Does anyone else have any clue. I have been with my husband for a year and these bumps just showed up about 3 to 4 months ago. In that time I have gained some weight...about 20 pounds. I've read that tight clothes can cause them. Anyone have anything?
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