Vaginal pimples may be just what they sound like: pimples that appear on or around the vulva. The vulva consists of the external parts of the female genitalia. The vagina is the internal canal. However, people often refer to the entire female genitalia as the vagina. True vaginal pimples are formed when dirt, sweat, and or bacteria build up inside a pore, causing inflammation. They're just like pimples on any other part of your body.
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Most women with vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia VIN have no symptoms at all. When a woman with VIN does have a symptom, it is most often itching that does not go away or get better. An area of VIN may look different from normal vulvar skin. It is often thicker and lighter than the normal skin around it. However, an area of VIN can also appear red, pink, or darker than the surrounding skin. Because these changes are often caused by other conditions that are not pre-cancerous, some women don't realize that they might have a serious condition.
Download the print-ready version of this fact sheet KB. It includes: the mons pubis the pad of fatty tissue covered with pubic hair ; the clitoris; labia majora the outer lips ; labia minora the inner lips ; the vestibule area immediately surrounding the vaginal opening ; the urinary opening; vaginal opening which may include the hymen — a thin piece of skin at the entrance to the vagina 1 ; and the perineum area of skin between the anus and vagina. The vulva also includes a number of glands, which produce fluids to cleanse and moisturise the vagina. The three main purposes of the vulva are protection, sex and childbirth. Your vulva protects your sex organs, urinary opening, vestibule and vagina.
Its probably a small cyst or blocked follicle but best see the Dr. Hi, I would not be too worried as I had exactly the same thing a few months back and went to my lady doctor who reassured me straight away that it was a blocked duct and there were lots of little sweat follicles that can fill up with liquid in that area and that it would simply go away which it did in about a week or so. It still might be worth getting it checked if you are worrying. I've had it around a month but could be longer I can't really remember it's so small it feels more like a tiny bit of gristle than a lump,how long was Urs there? I'm thinking I might leave it an see if it gets bigger then I'll definitely go I gave to feel around to find it as it's so small.