Female genital sores are bumps and lesions in or around the vagina. Some sores may be itchy, painful, or produce a discharge, while some may not cause any symptoms. Bumps or sores on the genitals may be due to certain skin disorders; however, they are most often symptoms of a sexually transmitted infection (STI).
People often do not seek treatment because they are afraid or embarrassed; however, STIs affect all populations and can make a huge impact on public health. Women are especially at risk for developing serious long-term health complications as the result of untreated infections.
Any genital bumps or sores should be evaluated by a doctor to determine the cause and to prevent potentially dangerous medical complications.
Recognizing a Genital Sore
Genital sores may appear as small, red or flesh-colored bumps and blisters. They may have no symptoms aside from their appearance and prevalence around the vaginal area. However, some female genital sores may be accompanied by a variety of symptoms:
- pain at the site
- pelvic pain
- persistent pain
- a general feeling ill feeling
A sore may also change in appearance and become crusty or larger in size.
Symptoms such as painful intercourse, increased or foul-smelling vaginal discharge and painful urination are also commonly associated with STIs.May I suggest that you visit a healcare provider who can diagnose your condition and recommend some medication. Good luck
Depending on individual immunity, almost all illnesses take their own time developing and manifesting in the body. Since both of you are faithful to each other, the ONLY way [I presume] - by sharing clothes - especially undergarments. Low hygeine is another