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What causes blisters and itching in the vagina?

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Posted on Tue, 13 May 2014
Question: Hi Doctor I was having shower yesterday morning and sort of cleaning myself I felt this blister right at the tip of my Fallopian tube, but 2 or 3 days before that I was having this itchy burning in my virgina I thought it's thrush as I'm taking Flucloxacillin .The blister is still but felt bigger than yesterday I'm getting worried
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Answered by Dr. Kulsoom Qureshi (23 minutes later)
Brief Answer: You can't feel your Fallopian tubes please explain Detailed Answer: Hi XXXX Thanks for sharing your concerns with us. Let me tell you one thing, we can't feel our Fallopian tubes, they are two in number & located inside our tummy, so, please tell me exactly where did you actually felt the blister & from which area your veins were removed? This will give me some hints about the possible diagnosis & I can give you some clues. You may develop thrush while on Antibiotics. If this itching is accompanied by white curdy discharge you may even need treatment. Remember Broad-spectrum antibiotics damage our natural flora (bacteria that normally live on our skin & body). These bacteria usually protect us from many opportunistic pathogens ( bacteria which attack us when ever our defenses are low). So, this blister might represent one of this kind of infection. However, if it fails to settle within a week or so, report this to your doctor & get yourself examined to find out what exactly is going on? Wish you good health. Take care.
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Vericose veins on Left leg from groin to ankle,and the blister is siting inside my virgina
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Answered by Dr. Kulsoom Qureshi (1 hour later)
Brief Answer: Some probable causes. Detailed Answer: Hi, Welcome back. So, you felt this blister inside your vagina & it is growing in size. It could represent a cyst which has grown in size or a vesicle. This may have caused by some recent infection (could be a STD like Herpes). However, in your case it may also represent a varicose vein. As it is very difficult to shortlist the cause without examining the lesion, it is strongly advised that you visit a Gynecologist in person & get this blister examined. The doctor may make a clinical diagnosis or suggest some tests to confirm the diagnosis. Wish you good health & a quick recovery. Best regards.
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Brief Answer: You can't feel your Fallopian tubes please explain Detailed Answer: Hi XXXX Thanks for sharing your concerns with us. Let me tell you one thing, we can't feel our Fallopian tubes, they are two in number & located inside our tummy, so, please tell me exactly where did you actually felt the blister & from which area your veins were removed? This will give me some hints about the possible diagnosis & I can give you some clues. You may develop thrush while on Antibiotics. If this itching is accompanied by white curdy discharge you may even need treatment. Remember Broad-spectrum antibiotics damage our natural flora (bacteria that normally live on our skin & body). These bacteria usually protect us from many opportunistic pathogens ( bacteria which attack us when ever our defenses are low). So, this blister might represent one of this kind of infection. However, if it fails to settle within a week or so, report this to your doctor & get yourself examined to find out what exactly is going on? Wish you good health. Take care.