Women’s genital acne sebum cysts warts and every menstruation period
Q: A woman in her mid-20s. Sexual intercourse takes place about once or twice a week. I have a relationship with my boss, a married man in his 40s and an ex-boyfriend.
I sleep about three times every day using my fingers, cucumbers, pink sausages, eggplants, etc. (Once in the morning before taking a shower, once in the company bathroom after lunch, and once in bed before going to bed at night).
Since a few months ago, I had something in my genitals before and after menstruation, so I visited the obstetrics and gynecology clinic for treatment. I have another one this time, so I’m worried if I should go to the hospital again. I get pimples on my genitals every month, which is very annoying. What should I do? It’s not that there’s no complete cure, right? 비아그라 파는곳
A: If skin lesions occur during menstruation, it is likely to be due to inflammation in glands or hair follicles around the vagina. If you had sex, it could be caused by sexually transmitted diseases such as dizziness.
Since the patient’s condition was not directly observed, it is not possible to accurately diagnose whether it is genital acne, abscess, wart, or Bartolin cyst. Please visit the obstetrics and gynecology clinic for treatment.