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Please help.... Im desperate

Im still a vrirgin who hace been suffering from bumps round my vulva, They have been there since I was 18 and Im 22 now. They become itchy sometimes, They are skin coloured, Some are grouped at the other lip of my vulva and the other one there is this one large bumpy one inside the lip and there are about six separated ones. then at the opening of my vagina hole there are this tiny pimples. Im tired of having this, Im tired of spreading my legs and have to check on them with the mirror to see some change, I went to the doctor this year and he checked me with his eyes down there with that light thing and he just told me its a fungal bacteria.....and he gave me antibiotics and  this thing with 8 applicators to insert in my vagina everynight its called Medaspor, I used it but the first time I insert it it was kinda difficult because of my virginity thing but the second day I managed to insert it. But 4da 7th day I didnt do it bcoz there was no change i see developing around my vulva. the bumps are still there. Im mad about this and this doc ddnt help at all nothing he gave me worked. I hate that it has to be me going through ths. Can anyone help me with a home remedy or something that helped for this bumps or pimple around da vulva. Im tired of having this. I want to have sex with my man but everytime i see this im embarassed he will thinks il infect him. and what if i want to get pregnant. i dont want to use condom for the rest of my life. I want to have babies.  My lyf is a mess. I want to be ohk. Im no longer enjoying my life. I wonder if i can be ohk. plz anyone help I realy want to be ohk. :-(
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6189813 tn?1379503162
Before you panic, know that there are a several causes of bumps or pimples on the female genitalia and most of them are NOT contagious, NOT life threatening, and NOT STDs.

Here's what you need to know:
Cysts are common and can occur anywhere on the body. In the vulva (the area near the vagina) they often arise from a blocked skin gland. They often look like pimples or lumps under the skin. If fairly large or uncomfortable, it can be incised and drained by a doctor. Squeezing them on your own is NOT a good idea as it can cause the introduction of bacteria and cause infection. A few common genital cysts in women include:

1. Skene's duct cysts. These occur on either side of the urethra (where you urinate). You can self treat these with warm compresses, or if large, it can be opened up by your doctor.

2. Bartholin cysts occur on either side of the lower part of the labia majora, the outside of the vagina. They can become very large, like the side of a walnut and are usually noticed because of rapid growth in size and pain. Treatment includes warm sitz baths and incision and drainage if needed.

Blocked hair follicles, or folliculitis is probably the most common "bump" seen in the genitalia of men and women. The bumps are often irritated and tender. They are infected and may require antibiotics and a large incision and drainage to treat.

Clogged sweat glands can occur anywhere, including the genitalia. These sweat glands can be infected. Hidradenitis suppurativa is a condition causes painful clogged sweat glands anywhere on the body that are infected. They leave hard scars. Usually antibiotics and other medications are needed to treat. Fox Fordyce is a condition that causes nontender clogged sweat glands. Treatment includes steroid creams and other more specialized modalities.

Genital herpes is an STD. It usually causes itchy, burning and painful lesions that often start as a sore spot resembling a bug bite, but progresses over a few days to a blister or group of blisters and then an open ulcer. Treatment includes antiviral medications and pain meds.
Infection with subtypes 6 or 11 of the human papilloma virus (HPV) can cause genital warts. It too is a sexually transmitted disease. These "bumps" have a cauliflower like appearance. They are rough to the touch and can spread. Treatment includes applications of medications to freeze off the lesions or improve the immune system to fight the virus.

Molluscum contagiosum. This viral infection causes small, fleshy bumps on the vulva with a central indentation. They have a pearly color to them. They usually go away without treatment.

Skin tags are fleshy irregular shaped growths of normal skin that can occur on the vulva or elsewhere on the body.

And, there are a multitude of other causes of female genital bumps. While most are minor and require little or limited treatment, others are STDs.

Therefore, if you discover a "bump", be sure to get it checked out by your doctor!
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Thank you so much for that informartion dear.......I think its time for me to see another doctor.
Thanx again and again.
5549102 tn?1376526273
Do you shave? It could be razor bumps if you do.
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yez I do shave but I doubt they are razor bumps.....Does razor bumps takes such a long time appearing....? I mean since I was 18 nd now Im 22 nd they are still there....Its confusin
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yez I do shave but I doubt they are razor bumps.....Does razor bumps takes such a long time appearing....? I mean since I was 18 nd now Im 22 nd they are still there....Its confusin
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