What could it mean if you have bumps in your vagina and will they go away?
You should go see your OBGYN just incase you have an STD or have a cyst.
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.
If you're experiencing light bleeding then you shouldn't be using tampons at all because this increases your risks of TSS. I'm not sure what you mean by causing bumps, tampons go inside your body and unless you regularly examine yourself wiht a speculum you'd not be able to see any bumps inside your vagina that could be caused by tampon use.
I am not an expert but I did have a friend that had a bunch of bumps on him and it turned out to be Genitl Warts. Not trying to scare you or anything there is alot of other things it could be too. Even something as stupid as insect bites. Nothing hurts worse than a bite in that area. But just go to the Dr. and get it checked out to put your mind…
Bumps can be cause by a number of things like cysts, in grown hairs or moles. Herpes looks more like blisters or open sores then bumps. Also break outs tend to come with some uncomfortable or pain full symptoms. If you suspect it could be herpes or another type of infection then you should see a doctor and get tested.
What does it mean when you have red bumps and dry peeling skin near your vagina and it hurts when someone touches it or clothes rub against it?
What do you mean by bumpy? Is the skin just bumpy? It is very normal for the scrotum to have "bumps" or deep lines in it. This is called rugae. However, bumps that are whitish that look like cauliflower or bumps that open into sores can be an STD. If the bumps are inside when you feel the scrotum, this could indicate a mass which could be testicular cancer. You need to see a doctor…
If you have bumps on your tongue it normally mean you have eaten something very sour or spicy hot. You also may have burned it somehow. Many people get these bumps. Sometimes they may get sore or bother you when you eat. But it shouldn't hurt too much. If these bumps don't go away within 3-6 days I would see your doctor. You are likely to be okay. Doctors Approval
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It could be alot of things. For the most part, raised bumps on a woman's vagina are simply ingrown hairs. Take care when shaving and you can prevent those from reoccurring. However, there is the possibility that a sexually active woman could have caught an STD. If you are worried, you should talk to a doctor or gynecologist and have some tests done. Don't put off this visit because of fear or shyness- if it…