Diaper rash vulva

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Could this be from keeping her in a diaper too much? Also, is it normal for her <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vulva</span> to be quite swollen during this point in her cycle?
I have noticed that the pubic hair is having trouble growing in those red patches. I was just wondering tho if this sounds like herpes, or more like diaper rash from the pad and irritating period. I'm just concerned because of the tiny spaced out bumps I had before my period, like if that was an outbreak, even though it never hurt/itched and only last a few hours.
i love everything aveeno. have you tried any of thier products? my son had what i thought was a diaper rash, but turned out to be eczema. the dr. ended prescribing 2% hydrocortizone cream for that but said that whether it was rash, eczema or something else, they always reccomend all aveeno products for baby. i think they even make a rash/redness cream that you could use in conjunction with the wash.
negative) so I remember when my daughter had these bad diaper rashes her doctor perscribed her nystatin and triamcinolone acetonide cream usp. And her diaper ras would vanish in a matter of HOURS.I mean like by the next diaper change. The doctor said it was originally an anti fungal for yeast infections. I can't see a doctor till Monday and its Saturday morning. The itching is so uncomfortable but its my only symptom. Do you think the nystatin cream will help my itching?
I will have the painful rash for a few days and then it clears up for another few days and then returns. I have tried washing often durning the day and putting baby diaper rash cream and cortizone and powder on it and nothing helps. What can be causing this and how do it fix it?
I want to aply baby powder to dry up sores but er nurse said no. would diaper rash product be safe? Can any cremes burn urethra opening and vaginal opening that badly? My gyn is off months for chemo. Should I see gyn, family dr or can YOU diagnose this asap??!!! Thanks.
I was told at the woman's clinic to not use anti-itch cream or anything down there except diaper rash cream. I'm on "vulva rest". I'm not even supposed to use like neosporin down there apparently it will aggravate it. And the poking isn't throbbing it's just my pubic hair growing back in that makes it hurt when it touches the sensitive bits down there. It's weird tho cause my pubic hair never hurt growing back in all the other times I shaved down there. It's driving me nuts.
thats a spot where some tend to perspire. almost like a heat rash (or diaper rash..hee hee). i wear pads during the night when i have my period and get what i call just that... a diaper rash. sounds similiar. if your dr. has looked and you've been tested, you should relax. they know what they are looking for and they know what std's looks like. have you used a new detergent? may be too "perfumey" for sensitive skin.
I've tried fungal infection medications, hydrocortizone, vaseline, bathing in water with baking soda, tea tree oil, apple cider vinegar, diaper rash cream, hypoallergenic lotion, vitamin e oil, changing detergents, no sexual contact for a month, washing thoroughly, sleeping without underwear.. I recently realized that it would get worse whenever the area is wet. So I stopped with the creams since they were only doing me bad, and just dried the area thoroughly when it gets wet.
I don't like touching my daughter in that way but she was persistant and my wife was busy so I got some diaper rash lotion out and put it on the tip of my index finger and very quickly and "loosely" ie..not pressing the lotion put it on her vagina. A few minutes later I had realized that I had not washed my hands after urinating!!!!!
I was prescribed to take metronidazole orally twice a day for a week. I have also been using diaper rash cream to aid with the dryness and discomfort, and have been taking great care in checking myself for herpes lesions the entire time. The person i had this encounter with insists he has no knowledge of having any STDs, but who really knows?! He lied about his age so this leads me to believe he would lie about other things as well.
I have also been using diaper rash cream to aid with the dryness and discomfort, and have been taking great care in checking myself for herpes lesions the entire time. The person i had this encounter with insists he has no knowledge of having any STDs, but who really knows?! He lied about his age so this leads me to believe he would lie about other things as well. I am still experiencing this tingling and discomfort in my vaginal and vulva.
I have a red raised small hive-like blister-like rash surrounding my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vulva</span> and anal area (but not in the vagina). It almost looks like a diaper rash. It is in a very discrete area--not on top of the pubis and not on the buttocks. Urination is painful, likely because of the rash. Three days ago, I became extremely constipated, and when I did have a bowel movement, there was a lot of fresh blood in the toilet and on the tissue.
there told me it still just looks like a skin irritation. So I picked up some diaper rash ointment called Triple Paste today and some unscented Huggies Natural baby wipes and I'm going to give it a go. I swear if this isn't gone in a week I'm probably going to loose my mind. I have switched to unscented laundry detergent as well and bought some Aveno body wash, just n case some of my scented body wash was getting down there by accident. Hope it works...
Hi Northcoast Consider looking into lichen schlerosis. There are various discussions going on in women's health and in the dermatology area. Hope this helps some.
About 3 weeks ago I started to get a rash and sores on my inner thigh/<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vulva</span>, not on the actual genitals, but very very close, and back towards the anal. The rash was itchy and painful. I went to the doctor and she said it was jock itch and gave me antifungal cream. After a few more days it did not get better and painful blisters started to appear. It just got more and more painfull so a few days later I went to another doctor. This doctor immediately said it was Herpes.
The rash mostly cleared up in a few days with some diaper rash cream. I have not taken antivirals. In the 4 weeks, since the initial rash popped up, it has cleared up, left my skin darker where it was, and it sometimes feels like it is trying to come back at any given moment. I am now experiencing anal irritation as well - but I can't tell if this is the usual irritation I have in that area (hemrrhoids).
A large penis pops out unexpectedly, tearing the delicate skin on your labia. Ouch! But please don't put baby wipes or diaper rash cream on your vulva! None of these are designed to be used on that delicate tissue. With rest, pain killers, warm water and loose clothes, you should heal fairly quickly; however, you might also want to call your gynecologist's office and speak to the nurse to get information about whether they can prescribe anything for you.
I looked at my vulva with a mirror and saw a red rash there--around my clitoris, around the vaginal opening, and on the inner labia. There were no distinct lesions, no bumps, etc. Just a rash that burned, like diaper rash. There was slight discharge but it seemed to be of the normal kind--no odor, no odd color (just clear). When I urinated I had to blot the area with water, or the irritation would increase.
I would rather not go for another test and would like just to forget about it whether or not I have it but I am afraid of passing it on to my teenage daughter, She used my towel by mistake some weeks ago (some hours after I had used it) and she recently had a pink diaper rash around her vulva for 3-4 days before and during her menses (I didn't see it but was told there were no spots or blisters, just an inflamed pink area as if due to overheating).
I would rather not go for another test and would like just to forget about it whether or not I have it but I am afraid of passing it on to my teenage daughter, She used my towel by mistake some weeks ago (some hours after I had used it) and she recently had a pink diaper rash around her <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>vulva</span> for 3-4 days before and during her menses (I didn't see it but was told there were no spots or blisters, just an inflamed pink area as if due to overheating).
I tried neosporin to help the chafing. And then I came up with the brilliant plan to use desitin the product for baby diaper rash. I figure if it was mild enough for a baby it would be okay for me. After using the desitin my vagina almost swollen shut. Once I realized the desitin was causing more irritation I washed it off after having been at work for 8 hours. After all that I told my friend and she told me to soak in epsom salt.
Hi Worry - I know you got a really good response from Grace in the herpes community, and I can't add anything to her very imformative response. What you describe in the baby sounds much like the rash my nephew gets - diaper rash. Unless you have genital to genital contact with the baby, you will not spread it. Herby - sounds like you might have hemmorhoids.
For instance, all 3 of my kids had thrush in their mouths when they were born because i had a yeast infection,they had white spots in their mouths that you could actually wipe off with a paper towel. My youngest had thrush on his butt that just looked like a diaper rash. I know you can get thrush in your vagina, but im thinking if it shows up there its just concidered a yeast infection. Are you itchy or burning or have a thick white discharge? I just found this.
why dont you try to apply zincofax (baby diaper rash cream) it helps when its red and sore.. when i got my first yeast infection (how exiting!!) i used the zincofax the fisrt day untill i saw my doctor ant it helped with the redness.. i wrote to another person who was asking advice about vaginal problem, and told her to try to apply plain yogurt to her vagina.. believe me it works..
Hindsight is 20/20. The University of Wisconsin-Madison health website advised that diaper rash ointment containing zinc oxide (such as Desitin) would provide some relief from itching and burning. I applied some Desitin to my severely inflamed labia, got about five seconds of wonderful relief, then the burning returned with a vengeance. Can anyone explain this? This is not the only problem I have "down there.
She complained that it burned to the touch Like diaper rash. She took OTC medicine again and it went away in about a week. I still have a white coated tongue. Did i get and std and pass to my gf which she believes are yeast infection. Is it possible my anxiety is giving me the white tongue and making me connect lines between my mistake and my gfs yeast infections? I do not do oral to my gf but i do use my saliva to lubricate when we have sex. Can i have transferred an std to her from my saliva?
you can also try regularly using a diaper rash type cream too to help soothe your sensitive skin as well as protect it.
meanwhile are you trying anything for relief? Try applying a diaper rash cream, aquaphor or zinc oxide to the area that bothers you too to try to moisturize as well as cut down on friction so you are irritating it less.
Hey. A while ago, I began noticing these "papercut" like abrasions, around my vulva and anus. They were very painful, especially during and after sex, and when I would pee. I assumed that they were somehow caused by vigerious sex, the occasional use of saliva for lubrication (sanitary issues), or the large size of my boyfriends penis. However, the fissions would appear even if I hadn't had sex for a week!
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