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Can use of nair on my bikini area lead to irritation or infection ?

Hi, i used nair on my bikini area almost a month ago and when i was rinsing some got into my vagina. It still seems a little irritated not like a burn anymore. i think i might have an yeast infection now but im not sure. there is some discharge and there s a small bump that kind of itches outside of the vagina. Could it be something more serious? What should i do?
Asked On : Sat, 30 Jul 2011
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There could be irritation which can cause vaginal discharge from that product. Since you mentioned you have a bump near the vagina, it could be a Bartholin cyst which is a collection fluid in a cyst due to blockage of it's duct. It will require monitoring and possible antibiotic treatment. It would be best to consult your Gynaecologist in this regard and get a thorough checkup and appropriate treatment.
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