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Suggest treatment for blood filled blisters on vagina

I have vaginal blisters but they are not STD as I have been test and its a negative result. I believe that my level of estrogen produced by my body is causing these blisters as they come and go around my menstrual cycle. What I do to treat them? They are blisters that grow and when it pops blood only comes out, not pus.
Fri, 1 Jul 2016
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Hello,
Thank you for your query.
I believe you may have Endometriosis.
The endometrium is the lining inside the uterus which is shed every month a menstrual blood if no pregnancy occurs.

When this lining grows elsewhere other the uterus, it is called Endometriosis. Symptoms depends on where it grows.
The growth of the endometrium is mainly controlled by hormonal changes that occur every month.
Taking medications that suppresses these hormones such as birth control pills will help suppress the growth of these Endometriosis tissues.
Excision may be possible if the lesions are not too many and will not result in scarring.

Please consult your OBGYN for assessment of severity, extent of Endometriosis and possible treatment options.

Hope this helps.
Please let me know if there is anything else I can help you with.
Wish you good health
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Suggest treatment for blood filled blisters on vagina

Hello, Thank you for your query. I believe you may have Endometriosis. The endometrium is the lining inside the uterus which is shed every month a menstrual blood if no pregnancy occurs. When this lining grows elsewhere other the uterus, it is called Endometriosis. Symptoms depends on where it grows. The growth of the endometrium is mainly controlled by hormonal changes that occur every month. Taking medications that suppresses these hormones such as birth control pills will help suppress the growth of these Endometriosis tissues. Excision may be possible if the lesions are not too many and will not result in scarring. Please consult your OBGYN for assessment of severity, extent of Endometriosis and possible treatment options. Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is anything else I can help you with. Wish you good health