This is not a menopausal symptom per se, so the best bet to figure out if you have an allergy or an infection or other skin condition is to see your gynecologist to determine what this is and appropriate treatmen
Sorry but I'm having a difficult picturing a red bump. It might be an ingrown hair or it might be a sexually transmitted infection, especially if you're itchy. Since you're worried, it's best to go see your family doctor.
I'm not a dermatologist but the thing I would try to avoid is an steroid cream. These are available over-the-counter without a prescription as hydrocortisone. The problem is that these may thin out your skin and possible le
Don't fool around with this, a sudden severe headache with no know cause can be a stroke warning sign you should follow up on ASAP. Better safe than sorry. I ignored my headaches/migraines and I indeed was having a stroke.
First of all, thank you for taking an interest in your health. It is always good to get to the lowest common denominator. The first thing you should do, is contact a physician. Secondly, can you think of a
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Vaginal irritation (itching, burning, tenderness) with progesterone suppositories 2x day. No yeast like discharge. How do I cope? I have 6 more weeks!