Secondary stage syphilis sores lesions on the palms of the hands. Referred to as "palmar lesions. Secondary stage syphilis sores lesions on the bottoms of the feet.
Sexually transmitted diseases STDs can often be recognized by characteristic signs and symptoms. The reality is that most people with an STD look like everyone else. They won't have sores, discharge, or any other symptoms worth noting.
The words swollen vagina aren't particularly pleasant to behold, we know, but every once in a while you might notice that it's happening to you. Don't panic—a swollen vagina or vulva isn't terribly uncommon, and there are several reasons it might be happening. To find out how to treat it and when you should go see your doctorwe asked R.
Having a vulva and vagina can be pretty superb. Depending on how your specific parts work, they may offer the potential to have plentiful orgasms, give birth to cute, chunky babies, and do so many other delightful things. But having a vulva and vagina can come with downsides, too, like a swollen vulva intense enough to earn you the nickname Michelin Mons or a swollen vagina that throws you for a loop. Here are eight reasons your vagina or vulva might get all swollen.
A vaginal yeast infection is a fungal infection that causes irritation, discharge and intense itchiness of the vagina and the vulva — the tissues at the vaginal opening. Also called vaginal candidiasis, vaginal yeast infection affects up to 3 out of 4 women at some point in their lifetimes. Many women experience at least two episodes.
Show less Vaginitis refers to inflammation of the vaginal mucosa leading to a vaginal discharge. Vaginal discharge is a substance that can be attributed to many different causes, though certain attributes can help distinguish one disease from another. The majority are not sexually transmitted but instead represent an imbalance of the normal vaginal flora.
Vaginal infections can be caused by bacteria, fungi, parasites or viruses growing in and around your vulva and vagina. Infections of your vagina and vulva can cause symptoms such as soreness and itchiness around your vulva and vagina, and an unusual vaginal discharge. Most vaginal infections can be treated quickly and easily.