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Blister on vagina walls. A thin white discharge. What is it?

Hello, I have what looks like a bllister on the outside of my vagina walls. The blisters have know color and are not painful. I went to the ER last night and the doctor on call said it looked like herpes but they didnt bust it or take any fluid from it. I do however have a thin white discharge also. My question how can you determine what it is if you haven't tested the fluid.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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It is possible to diagnose the illness based on history. This would be asking you questions about the disease. Examples are: is it painful? does it itch. By asking questions like this, it is possible to narrow down the possibilities to nearly zero.

However, a test is needed to confirm the diagnosis. What you should do is to consult a MD medicine and ask him to do a tzank smear. After the tzanc smear, you will be able to tell if the person has herpes or not.

Hope this helps.

Dr Vineet
Answered: Mon, 1 Jul 2013
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