That is not a symptom of a vaginal yeast infection. It is not necessarily a sign of a more serious problem either, such as herpes. It could be something as simple as an allergic reaction to soap, bath oils, clothing, etc. For peace of mine and good health care practice, one should consult a physician if possible.
it can be yeast infection
They can from the pressure of the baby's head pushing against the pelvic floor. This can also happen from a yeast infection.
It means you have a infection of the vagina.
You just have a common cold, this happens normally
I have two pimple like bumps on my vagina ine on the out side that doesnt itch or burn or anything but the one on the inside burns when i pee...wtf?
Yes. Candida (yeast) infections can be accompanied by bumps (including the inner labia). They should be relatively small, not painful to the touch and similar in color to surrounding infected surfaces (often some degree of reddening). The whole infected area, including the bumps, may be itchy. They should disappear with the infection (esp. with an appropriate anti-fungal treatment.) If they persist, change color, grow excessively in size and/or become painful, see a physician trained in the area (female personal physician, gynecologist, women's medicine) ASAP.
NEW answer . . . the vagina is the birth canal and is located entirely within the body. The vulva is the part with lips that you can see from outside the body. The bumps may be genital warts, depending on your sexual activity. A doctor cannot cure these, but can prescribe medication to suppress the warts. Or, the bumps may something entirely different. See a doctor, in any case.
because a vagina's so-called "lips" are kinda thick or big so if your lips are long and big you have vagina lips ;))
For heaven's sake, this is obviously not normal, go to the doctor.
When a person has pus bumps on their lips, they most likely are getting a cold sore. You should leave the bumps alone.
Yes....I know this is going to sound very weird but put yougurt on your vagina not in the opening but just around the lips and clit area and do this for about 3 to 4 days and see if there is a differnce. Also you can buy yeast infection cream at the store. Its not very expensive and if that doesn't take care of it. I would advice you too see your doctor.