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Having red bumps on labia minora, pain when urine comes in contact with bumps. Cure for symptoms?

Hello, I am experiencing pain in my vaginal region, specifically my labia minora. About three days ago, I started my period and had a cut on the left side of the labia minora , yesterday I developed red bumps about 5-6. Today they have enlarged and have a sore-like look, bright red with what appears to be a small opening at the center but opening is flat. I have excrutiating pain when I urinate, due to the contact of the urine on the effected area not as a urinate. What could this be.?
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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I would like to start by saying that no condition can be diagnosed without proper physical examination, it is the sane in your case as well.

Your presentation does resemble a sexually transmitted infection, but as mentioned above can only be confirmed with a physical examination and laboratory confirmation of the suspected diagnosis.

When the urine comes in contact with the bumps it causes further irritation of the region and thus the pain/burning sensation. You have failed to mention your sexual status which is an important factor here.

Anyway, please abstain from all forms of sexual contact and visit a doctor at the earliest.

Hope this helps.

Best wishes.
Answered: Wed, 17 Jul 2013
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