I Need to Know That This Sore is?
- Asked by lookingforanswers17
- 11 months ago
I have a sore/cut near the end of my Vagina. It burns when I go to the bathroom and sometimes when I stand walk or sit down I only had one sex partener I know it is not a std or anything like that it kinda feels like a paper cut. I'm trying to find out what it is and how to get rid of it
Hi, thank you for your question but without a photo, it's impossible to give any advice. also you didn't mention if you have had surgery there. You should go see a gynecologist or your surgeon if you had surgery.
I would defer to an ob-gyn for a definitive diagnosis if the lesion does not resolve. This is likely not related to labiaplasty or labia minora enlargement.
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Sores on genitals
can mean a multitude of things. You need to schedule yourself with a doctor to have the area examined, preferably with a gynecologist. If you are post-op, then you should see your surgeon.
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Did you have labiaplasty? Is the sore at one of the incision? Could this be a suture? Could this be a separation of the incision?
Without a photograph it is nearly impossible to even give a differential diagnosis. Nonetheless, I would strongly recommend paying a visit to your gynecologist so that s/he can actually examine this "sore" and decide best what to do with it from there. Glad to help.... @drryanstanton
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You didn't indicate that you had surgery...if you did, see your surgeon about this and, if necessary, get a referral to a gynecologist. If you did not have surgery, see your internist or gynecologist directly to have this assessed. Using this forum will unfortunately not be an adequate way to diagnose and treat this.
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