It is impossible to make a diagnosis, there are so many things it could be. See a doctor.AnswerIt is difficult to make a diagnosis with only some of the symptoms. However, one illness comes to mind with the symptoms you have given. Genital Herpes "could"be the cause of the symptoms you describe. It can cause a lesion anywhere in the area around the vagina. It can be contracted through traditional sex or oral sex with someone with a "cold sore". If it is Herpes the symptoms will usually start approx. two weeks after exposure, initially there will be an itching or tingling or burning sesation. This is followed by development of a small cluster of red bumps that itch (generally the size of a dime to the size of a quarter). After a few days, the bumps will turn into blisters, then the blisters will open become painful and gradually dry up and go away in a few days. If this is your first episode the symptoms will usually last about 12 days and it is frequently accompanied by a low grade fever and flu-like symptoms. Subsequent outbreaks are less severe and may only last 4-5 days.You must be seen by a health care provider while your symptoms are still present for an accurate diagnosis, if a culture is done, it needs to be done before the blisters dry up. There is treatment available through your physician depending on the frequency and severity of your outbreaks, IF it is Herpes.
you got something. go to the docter
Honesty, that probably herpes.... just sayin
Might be Herpes see a doctor...
There are hundreds of possible explanations for an itchy rash on your stomach without red bumps. See your health care provider next week if it hasn't gone away, or sooner if you have other symptoms.
Ughhh i Had a whole bunch of this wierd bumps when i first started my premenstrual cycle but then they stopped, so I'm guessing it is normal.
your vaginal flaps
It could be mange. Mange is not an immediate threat but I would suggest taking your dog to the vet soon.
Small itchy bumps on your thigh are likely just heat rash. This should go away if you do not scratch it.