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Small white spots recurring in the vagina. Pus formation. STD?

Hi there, I've always had small white pinprick spots on my vagina ever since I can remember and they have never botherd me. But for a few months now I've had a recurring site spot on the left just above my clit, when popping it gives out a lot of white/yellow/red puss some times very liquidy some times solid like a big white head (gross I know) and it keeps coming back again and again and now I have another similar spot closer to my anus? I am sexually active but my partner and I have never had sexual relations with other people. What could they be? Cures? Additional info: the first one often turns small flat and purple afte popping in two dots?? Very strange pleas help!!
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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Welcome to HCM.
It could be due to infection in the passage of perspiration gland.
It may occur after sex,perspiration,scratching and improper hygiene.
Apply local anti fungal,antibacterial cream.
If it is recurrent than oral antibiotic like oflox/ornidazole,flucanazole-150 will be helpful.
Keep proper hygiene after sex,use medicated soap.
Get examined by your doctor and start treatment accordingly.
Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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