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Blister on the outer part of the labia that itches, clear fluid when squeezed, hasn't scabbed. What is it ?

hi i ve had the same partner for 8 yrs. I ve noticed a blister on the outer part of the labia which before appearing itches. oonce it appears the itching sensation dies down a little and sometimes stings. I ve tried squeezing it and clear fluid coms out. I ve had it for 4 days now and it hasn t scabed over either... I m shy and scared to go to the gyno , what could it be???.
Asked On : Wed, 21 Nov 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi there,
It seems like herpes simplex infection to me,although it has to be clarified once it has been examined by a dermatologist.
The syptoms and description you have given in your brief question is leading towards the Herpes,but i can understand your concerns. The thing is if its a hepes infection then it can recur again and you need to be given prophylactic anti viral therapy for that.
But for the time being you can apply Zovirax ointment four times aday to the blistres and can take Tablet Zyrtec 10mg once a day to relieve the itch.
i hope the information will help.
thanks and all the best.
Answered: Wed, 21 Nov 2012
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