Folliculitis

Waking up feeling bad is not pleasant, especially if you have discomfort in your intimate area.

The discomfort and pain that you can feel is so great, that fear takes hold of you ... but quiet, some intimate diseases that you did not know have treatment and they are curable.

The National Library of Medicine of the United States explain below some of them so that you know them and do not let spend more time in dealing with a specialist.

 

Folliculitis

The rake, wax and some creams to remove the hair can produce irritations and itching that in some cases can be seen and felt like a Genital herpes.

It is best to consult a doctor if the symptoms do not disappear or get worse.

 

Epidermoid cysts

If you notice that you have small pimples on the vulva , you can confuse them with genital warts. They are usually made up of fatty tissue and do not cause pain.

Go with a specialist to remove them, especially if they become infected, cause pain or smell.

 

Dermatitis

How do you wash your intimate clothes? The most recommendable thing is with a neutral bar soap because, if you do it with detergents or perfumed softeners, you could irritate your vulva.

Other factors that trigger this suffering they are sanitary pads and tampons.

 

Trichomoniasis

It is one of the intimate diseases that affects women more. Stay alert if you experience itching, painful urination, discomfort when having sex, yellow or green discharge with an unpleasant odor.

 

Lichen sclerosus

It affects women who are in the post menopause causing spots on the vulva, to the extent that bruising, bleeding and blisters may occur.

The consultation with your specialist can not wait for any of these sufferings . Give priority to your sexual health and combat the intimate diseases .

 

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Video Medicine: Folliculitis and Acne with Dallas Dermatopathologist Dr. Clay Cockerell (April 2021).