Do you shave? More than likely, they are in-grown hairs. To avoid them either don't shave your nether regions, or get them waxed. As always, regular check-ups should be a priority for any female over the age of 18, especially if you are sexually active. Ask for an STD test just to be safe and see what your gyno's take on it is.
The little bumps under the skin of the vulva are oil glands. The inside of the vulva is made-up of mucus membranes, similar to what you'd find in the vagina, mouth, eyes, and nose - these tissues are very delicate, although the vulva is not as delicate as the mucosa is slightly toughened (being external) it still requires lubrication to prevent damage - thus, oil glands.
The vulva and vagina can be red, swollen, and painful.
There are many things that cause bumps on the vulva. Pimples, molluscum, and herpes are just a few. See your health care provider for accurate diagnosis.
Genital pimples are bumps with white fluid that appear on your vagina,vulva,clitoris,and,labia major or labia monot
IF THE BUMPS STILL EXIST YOU NEED TO GO RIGHT AWAY BECAUSE IT COULD BE A NUMBER OF THINGS LIKE;GENITAL WARTS, HERPES, SYPHILLIS ETC. THE DOCTOR CANNOT DETERMINE WHAT YOU HAVE UNLESS THE BUMPS ARE PRESENT BECAUSE THEY HAVE TO TAKE LIVE CULTURE (PUSS FROM INSIDE THE BUMP) AND EXAMINE IT TO MAKE A DIAGNOSIS. SO IF THE BUMPS ARE STILL THERE GO RIGHT AWAY BECAUSE WE ALL KNOW THERE IS NO CURE FOR HERPES JUST TREATMENT AND YOU DON'T TO TAKE A CHANCE AND SPREAD IT TO OTHERS. IF THE BUMPS HAVE DISSAPEARED STILL GO GET AN EXAMINATION BECAUSE YOU CAN DETECT SYPHILLIS THROUGH BLOOD. ------------ I had one bump that was not painful but figured I should get it checked anyway -- it turned out to be a rare form of cancer that affects the vulva. DO NOT WAIT! Go to the doctor immediately. Better safe than sorry!
Infection, contact dermatitis, and other dermatologic conditions can cause bumps, burning, and itching on the vulva. See your health care provider for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment.
No, not all sores are herpes. You could have scratched your vulva and may not know of it. But to be sure, go to your local doctor for a double check.
it should be. or the calf could "get stuck". the vulva will swell prior to giving birth unless the calf comes really early.
The odds would be against it, but it could happen.
Burning, itching, tingling, severe cottage cheese like yeast infection, dryness, tightness, bumps on vulva, and there is no odor.
If your female ferret is altered, an enlarged vulva could mean adrenal disease or incomplete spay. You need take her to a veterinarian for a checkup.
Eczema on the parts of the vulva with hair may look like flaky skin with or without redness or bumps. Eczema on the hairless parts of the vulva may look shiny and red, or may look like slightly roughened or thickened skin if it's been going on for a while.
definition of vulva swabbing
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.
YES YOU CAN GET HAIRBUMPS ON YOUR VAGINA. HAIRBUMPS COME ANYWHERE HAIR GROWS. yes you can, the best thing to resolve that is to shave your pubic hair in the same direction it grows in. also there are shaving lotions (for vaginal areas) provided in several stores that can prevent these bumps or for those with sensitve skin. The vagina is the part the penis enters, the internal part, so having hair bumps there would be quite disturbing. You can get hair bumps on the outside area, the vulva. ok, who really wants to know about your hair bumps! keep it personal giirl
KRAUROSIS VULVA in postmenopausal women could be treated with the application of estrogen cream......that caused by lichen sclerosis can be treated with steroids.... this is only info......seek professional advice
Vulva is another way if saying vagina
The vulva on a dog swells when they are in heat.
The vulva is an organ and is not made of 5 organs.
The vulva isn't deep at all. "Vulva" refers to the external genitalia of a woman is thus superficial. The vulva includes the clitoris, labia majora and labia minora which surround the opening of the vagina.
No, but the pubic area is prone to folliculitis/ingrown hairs-- which behave the way you are describing. If you are female, it is normal to have some bumps around your vulva. If you are male, small, raised bumps around the glans are also normal.
ingrown hair, maybe
I jst paid $2500.00 for a vulva biopsy..
Vulva is spelled "vulve" (feminine noun) in French.
If you have been sexually active, without using protection you could have an STD. If you have not been sexually active you could have a bacteria infection. Anytime you have painful sores or pain in the general area of unexplained sores on or near your vagina you should see a doctor, or health clinic - to be sure there is no infection inside your vagina that could also develop in your uterus and result in scar tissue that could take your fertility.