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Painful swelling and bumps in the vagina. Herpes diagnosed. Could it be something else?

Hello, I went to the emergency room Thursday because I had very painful swelling and bumps in and on my vaginal area. The nurse practitioner said it was herpes . I shave in all directions and I remembered I used shaving creme for the first time down there that day. The bumps look like alot of ingrown hairs and the swelling is awful. It is also very painful to urinate I think because I probably have a bump by the hole. Can it be mistaken for something else because I am still a virgin but the nurse practitioner believed I was lieing.
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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Thank you for the query.
You have mentioned that you have used shaving cream and some times if we are allergic to that we will found the reaction for that cream and find the same bumps like you are finding it now.o rule out herpes you need to be investigated.I advice antihistaminic drugs like avil and antiinflammatory drugs like advil.Thank you.
Answered: Thu, 1 Aug 2013
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