Vaginal rash is actually appearance of red, itching and painful vaginal pimples or blisters. Vaginal rash is most disturbing and embarrassing condition which can create several psychological and medical problems. Commonly genital rash is triggered by sexually transmitted infections such as genital herpes, syphilis, and human papillomavirus (HPV). But sometimes it appeared because of allergy, dermatitis or contact with chemicals.
Vaginal rash treatment should be organized as soon as possible. Not treated genital rash can cause serious complication including infertility, secondary skin infection, secondary or tertiary syphilis and spread of infection to family members and sexual partners. Sometimes genital rashes can be accompanied by serious and life threatening conditions. This why the main cause should be identified and adequate treatment should be provided.
Vaginal rash causes
Main causes of vaginal pimples and blasters can be infectious or non-infectious. Most infections are transmitted sexually. Here are main infections which can cause different types of vaginal rash:
Sometimes non-infectious diseases and specific substances can cause vaginal reash:
Atopic dermatitis or eczema,
Lichen simplex chronicus,
Chemical irritants (soaps, hygiene products, perfumes, lubricants, douches, intimate creams).
Vaginal rash combined with other symptoms
In most cases vaginal rash is just a symptom of serious diseases and this is why it is very important to identify accompanied symptoms which can be different depending on main cause of disease. Evaluation of additional symptoms could help in diagnosis and in-time treatment.
Accompanying symptoms include the following:
Specific vaginal discharge (green or yellow or brown or white),
Vaginal burning sensation is very specific condition in the vagina causes mainly by infections and inflammations in genitals or urinary tract. Burning sensation in the vagina could cause huge discomfort…
Disclaimer: It is strongly recommended to consult your doctor for professional advice. Above mentioned information and recommendations are just general and should be adapted to each person according to personal health indicators and status.