Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Hiiii,,, i have noticed a lump in my right labia n itching in vagina from last two days,,,,, what should i do???? Anything serious???
Answer: Hi dear.!
Your vulva has many glands and when these glands secretions are blocked that is when you get such bump and cyst can form. don't worry it's nothing serious as long as it is not infected its fine. So you will have to meet your gynac and show the lump also about the itching it's just infection in the vagina. You can use clingen vaginal pessary to help you with the infection. But do consult with your doctor before using it .
Take care dear.
Question: hello i m feeling itching in my vagina from last two days...what should i do
Answer: Hello dear...
Vaginal itching is nornal,it can happen due to yeast or bacterial infection to the skin of vulva, it is normal, home remedies for vaginal itching as follows...
Drink more water
Reduce salt content in food
Add yogurt in your diet
Apply coconut oil
Always keep your vagina clean and dry
Question: From last two days i am feeling pain in vagina on left side,but oftenly specially when i have to pee or while lying. Is it dangerous?
Answer: Hi dear, between your growing baby, the increased volume of your blood, and the undeniable law of gravity, vaginal and pelvic pressure are common complaints for many moms-to-be.
To immediately relieve the pressure, try lying down on your side and focusing on breathing. You can also try the following ideas.
Perform a few pelvic exercises, like pelvis tilts and rolls.
Try relaxing in a soothing bath with warm water (not hot). You can also stand in the shower and aim the water at your back.Use a pregnancy support garment, also known as a belly sling. They’re designed to support your belly and offer relief to your hips, pelvis, and lower back.
Avoid sudden movements if possible. Try not to twist at the waist. Instead, work on turning your whole body.Get a prenatal massage with a licensed therapist who specializes in treating pregnant women.Try to sit down as much as you can. Elevate your feet if possible.If you worked out regularly before becoming pregnant, don’t stop. Modify as necessary, but keep exercising consistently. If you’re uncertain about how to modify your workouts, ask your doctor.