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If You See These Types of Pimples Or Lesions on Your Genitals, Here’s What to Do!

By Jeak @mylifeandheath

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If you see these types of pimples or lesions on your genitals, here’s what to do!




Whether itching, irritations, warts or sores on the genitals, talk can be embarrassing, even taboo. These can be caused by sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) or other less serious factors. Buttons or vaginal lesions may be particularly difficult to identify. Indeed, it is not easy to distinguish the causes, so that to treat them effectively, it is very important to know the source. That is why it is important to have an idea on buttons or vulvar lesions and know the characteristics.

The buttons at the genitals are a fairly common problem, particularly among women. These can observe the appearance of pimples or small growths on the vulva, which raised concern at home.

These buttons and lesions can be painful or not, of different sizes and shapes and can have various causes. Some of them may be due to simple friction, while others may be the consequence of sexually transmitted diseases. It is therefore important to know the difference between them, to be able to treat effectively.


Pimples, sores or rashes that are not caused by STDs, are generally not very painful and may contain pus. They do not cause itching or burning and does not emit odor.

The types of pimples or lesions that can appear on the vulva, vagina:
Folliculitis:
Folliculitis come in the form of red pimples or pustules. They can be painful and filled with pus. This form of inflammation of the hair follicle is often caused by an ingrown hair, and is therefore non-infectious, or by the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus.

Folliculitis can be treated, after having detected the cause. For example, if caused by the growth of hair under the skin, it is important to change its method of hair removal.

Warts:
Genital warts, known also under the name of genital warts or rooster comb, which are growths appear on the vulva. Smooth, pinkish, these warts are painless and do not cause itching. There may be many and grouped in the same area, but there are also types of warts which are not visible to the naked eye. Warts are mainly caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV) and are sexually transmitted.

Warts disappear on their own after some time but it is also possible to undergo treatment to get rid of. Note, however, that the medications will not eliminate the warts and not the viruses causing. That is to say, they can reappear.

The blisters caused by genital herpes:
Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted disease that is manifested by the appearance of fluid-filled blisters on the vulva. They are painful and can cause itching. This chronic infection is caused by herpes simplex virus, which we can not get rid of. But there are several treatments that can relieve the symptoms of the disease and reduce the recurrence of herpes attacks.

Besides these types of pimples and lesions, cankers may also occur following infection with syphilis. This sexually transmitted disease is manifested by pink and swollen lesion. Remember that it is important not to touch the buttons and damage or try to empty them, which can cause infections.

How to prevent these injuries and buttons?
It may be impossible to prevent some buttons and lesions. By cons, it is possible to avoid the appearance of blisters caused by herpes and reduce the risk of contamination by these diseases and many other sexually transmitted virus and by wearing a condom.

In addition, good personal hygiene is very important to protect against all types of infections or inflammations. Be sure to wash superficially, your genitals. Also, never use harsh chemicals that can disrupt the balance of your vaginal flora and make sure to change your underwear every day!


If you see these types of pimples or lesions on your genitals, here’s what to do!
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