Irritation yes, swelling no... sounds like you may have crabs- I'd check with a doctor to make sure.
If you are scratching or excessively cleaning then you could cause swelling. But the best thing to do is to check with your doctor. It could be a few different things including crabs.
A miscarriage may cause vaginal irritation.
A late period would not necessarily cause a vaginal itch and irritation. The itch and irritation could be caused by a yeast infection. A doctor will be able to diagnose the problem.
There are numerous things that can cause vaginal irritation. Specifically, wearing clothes that are too tight, or wearing wet clothes for a long time, can cause vaginal problems for women.
yeast would cause irritation bacterial diagnosis would irritate must areas
Yes it can.
Yes,it can i just took penicillin and i had vaginal swelling plus a yeast infection.It freaked me out but,it only lasted 2 days.
that is a infection your vaginal discharge is supposed to be white,creamy, an clearish! i would get that checked out by a docter!
Yes; irritation of the skin or lining can lead to blisters.
an std or yeast infection
Allergies and infections are two entirely different things. An allergy would cause redness, irritation, itching and swelling. An infection is caused by bacteria and would cause swelling, redness, heat and pus.
Could be vaginitis or vulvitis. These are usually cause by a fungal infection, although in young children it is commonly caused by irritation of the vagina and vulva by soaps and perfumes. Other possibilities include cellulitis, vaginal yeast infection. If there is a swelling on one side, it could also be a Bartholin gland cyst or abscess. You should see your PCP or OB/Gyn for an evaluation if it bothers you. Noone can diagnose you over the internet.
There's no such thing as tampon infections, tampons are a major cause of vaginal infections such as yeast infections and Bacterial Vaginosis. Symptoms can include irritation, discomfort, swelling, excessive unusual discharge, and bad odour. If you suspect you have a vaginal infection see your doctor for tests and treatment.
Because the vagina tissue is thin, it isn't recommended to put just any ol lotion in there.. mostly because it can cause irritation and swelling but other problems could arise depending on the kind of lotion you are talking about... you will likely change the pH balance that could cause a yeast infection, but as lotions not indicated for internal or vaginal use aren't tested in the vagina, there is no telling what kind of problems could arise. Lotion indicated for vaginal use, like KY, are mild and will do what it is suppose to, but not much else.
It could. This can cause swelling and if enough swelling is in the uterus, it could cause a bulge about a hand's width below the navel (belly button).
Lumbar facet syndrome is a painful irritation of the lower part of the lumbar spine. Swelling from the surrounding areas can cause pain due to an irritation of the nerve roots.
what can cause severe itching and swelling of the hands and feet
Yes, Nonoxynol-9 can cause infections as well as irritation and increased risk of STD's.Nonoxynol-9 can cause micro-tears in the vaginal walls which can cause irritation that may be mistaken for a symptom of a yeast infection. Nonoxynol-9 can change vaginal pH making it more favourable to harmful bacteria and less favourable to healthy bacteria.
It could be a bacterial infection, or it could be a yeast infection. Either way you need to get this treated by a medical professional. It may not even be related to the unprotected sex, but it is best to be sure.
Yes, increased white discharge without irritation or odor (leukorrhea) is a common symtom of early pregnancy. Such a discharge could also be a vaginal infection. See your health care provider for advice specific to your situation.
when you get the epidural could you get swelling?
Yes they are, there poison is similar to rattlesnake but there so primitive that a bite would just cause swelling and irritation
The cause could be that continuing to keep your hips and vaginal area at different elevations while lying down could cause a pain or 'ache' to start in the vagina and spread to the hips.
It could be a STD or a UTI.
A yeast infection can cause swelling in the entire vaginal area. Scratching the itching makes it worse. Use a medicated ointment such as Vagisil to calm the swelling and the itch.