Welcome and thanks for posting
How long has the lesion been there? From your description it is a skin affection which could be due to infection (bacteria, fungi) or non-infectious (allergy
). Had to tell exactly the kind of lesion without seeing it as your presentation is unspecific to any skin affection. But more likely we have atopic dermatitis/eczema,prurigo
etc. You do not need to visit a gynobs for this as that is an dermatological problem which requires consultation with a dermatologist
. You might require topical steroids
plus/minus oral or topical antibiotics to deal with this. Antihistamines might be needed to control the itching especially if the cause of the affection is allergic.
Hope this helps and wish you the best