Why do I get ulcers?

External factors that can lead to septic lesions of the labia are often a stressful situation, violations of the rules of intimate hygiene, injury to the skin and mucous membranes, hypothermia, poor quality underwear, poor diet, etc.

The main causes of ulcers should be considered:
- inflammation of the Bartholin's gland resulting in painful boils;
- the presence of sexually transmitted infection (gonorrhea, trichomoniasis), and intestinal diseases;
- genital herpes;
- chancroid is a venereal disease with ulceration of irregular shape;
- lymphogranuloma venereum in which the vesicles appear;
- ulcer of the vulva and vulvovaginal;
- primary syphilis;
- some General diseases of the body – scabies, atopic dermatitis, diphtheria, boils, typhoid and others.

If purulent rashes do not go after 5-7 days, the shape, structure, appear itching, burning, pain, increased body temperature, this results in swelling, enlarged lymph nodes, you should immediately seek professional help. As a rule, inspection of a gynecologist, a dermatologist, a virologist, a blood test, stool cultures, PAP smear.

How to get rid of ulcers on labia?

Effective treatment depends on the type and severity of the disease. After the diagnosis is assigned a set of events: use of antibiotics, the use of disinfectants, increased immunity, vitamins. In the absence of timely treatment, an abscess begins in which not to do without surgical intervention. Of course, a positive trend appears in that case that will eliminated the disease itself that caused the eruption.

In any case, it is not recommended to squeeze out the contents of the abscess, as this can lead to boils or blood poisoning. The opening of the abscess performed only by a specialist using a local anesthetic. After this procedure is assigned to physiotherapy: electrophoresis, darsonvalization, infrared radiation and others. They allow you to speed up the healing process of the affected area of the body.

To at home to alleviate the condition, applied warm compresses, which reduce pain and cause rapid maturation of abscesses. For self-treatment must be strictly observed sterility: before and after treatment rash wash hands using an antibacterial soap.

To prevent a recurrence of the rash is necessary to observe personal hygiene, wearing lingerie made of quality materials, during sexual intercourse to use condoms, make sure that the partner does not have STDs.