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Question: ok so i have these little red bumps in between my lips of my vigina and they arent std's or anything i think they are from my laundry soap because I went from using high dollar "no dye no smell" liquid to using cheap powderd colored smelling soap and I was wondering if I had a reaction to that would it be every where or can it just be in one place? And also is there anything I can do for it? They dont itch or hurt they just look funny and are uncomfortable at the end of the day. THanks for the advice.
Answers: ok so i have these little red bumps in between my lips of my vigina and they arent std's or anything i think they are from my laundry soap because I went from using high dollar "no dye no smell" liquid to using cheap powderd colored smelling soap and I was wondering if I had a reaction to that would it be every where or can it just be in one place? And also is there anything I can do for it? They dont itch or hurt they just look funny and are uncomfortable at the end of the day. THanks for the advice.
I had the same problem sometime ago, all i had to do was change my laundary soap. it is all history now.
I'd have to do a full examination.
On second thought, just let me sleep on it.
I believe you should see your doc about this.
Sometimes that happens to my penis. I know how it feels but i don't get bumps, it just burns because you know where the pee comes out that is where it burns
Don't put too much into your laundry. Put the water and soap in before putting the clothes in. In the winter, you may need to put some warm water first so the powder will dissolve. You might want to get baking soda powder which is still a cheap detergent, but less irritating.
i think you should ask a doctor or change soaps well my vigina has these red bumps everywhere
Its not impossible but probable
the person talking about there penis
that might be kidney stones.
try a different soap and you could just be more sensitive there i used to be like that with soap but get some cortaid or something like that to put on
Well, I cant say i have the same problem, but one similar.
We got a new sanitizer solution at work and when ever i dip my hands in it, the back of my hands get uber red. and there is almost a perfect line right across my wrist where it ends.
So, It very well could be the detergent.
If it was an allergy to the soap the bumps would be everywhere. Its more likely a form of HPV and needs to be looked at by a doctor just to make sure. HPV has many forms and often they don't really cause any discomfort but it is contagious and needs to be looked at.
it could be a infection or stds because it is not likely to be caused from laundry soap in such a small area...think if you have changed anything which touches that area... and if it persist go see a doctor or goggle search it online.
You should probably go to the doctor and let them examine the area. They'll probably tell you to use a different soap. Well....I hope this helps! Good Luck!~
i think you could have an allergic reaction from laundry detergent you should rewash all your clothes to be sure.
Sorry to hear that.
Yes this...um...area...is more sensitive than others. You should also watch out for your pillowcases especially if you have allergies...just think about waking up with your eyes swollen.
You should rewash everything on the longest cycle your washer has, using a detergent that is hypoallergenic.
Take a shower and wash well, but not aggressively. Make sure you air dry (don't use a towel with the new detergent in it).You could try to wear a pantyliner. Do not do anything drastic...like applying lotions or creams...you will upset the area more.
If it doesn't improve in the next 24 hours, call your doctors office and speak to a nurse.
I hope you feel better soon.
it's possible its the soap. doesnt have to affect your whole body, just sensitive parts. but you should def go to the doc and get checked out just in case, you never know
dont listen to the first awnser. he cant get any, any way :D
i beleive you should try changin soap then go to doc if still occurs.