For about a month now ive been having vaginal itching. It started as light itching with some discharge that was slightly grayish/brownish, it was also a little sore when walking or sitting a certain way. I thought it was a yeast infection so I tried the Monistat treatment, though I never been diagnosed with a yeast infection before. The symtoms seemed to go away for about a week.. then it came back. Now I have red bumps around the vulva and vaginal opening that are severly itchy.. I also have white discharge now, but its thick..not watery at all. These symtoms are becoming very uncomfortable to the point where I cant sleep at night because of the severe itch..and its bothersome during the day too. I have never been to the gyno, and I am really uncomfortable going :( Is there anything I can do at home.. I have no idea what the problem may be. Also, I am not sexually active. Please Helppp
i have the red itchy bumps all of a sudden.. my vulva started off being itchy and i thought it was normal coz i get a lil itchy when its time for my periods and i thought my periods were coming along but it turned out to be sumthing totaly different.. i scratch and they keep getting worse i feel like i have the small extremely red itchy bumps inside and outside my vulva.. i dont know what it is.. ive been researching and there are soo many diseases with these symptoms.. if someone knows what very small red itchy bumps all over the vulva mean.. please let me know.. i feel like they spread if i scratch too..
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