Smells and unpleasant changes someone please help!

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Ive been drinking fluids none stop past few months due to constant thirst so all i do is pee. I also have what we think may be multiple types of pssorias that effects alot of my body one part is my thighs and around my vagina. I get fungal infections alot and i noticed today of this weird odor from my vagina and took pictures to see how it looked down there and i noticed a few things....

I have a yellow spot or apart of the skin in the opening of my vagina...i cant find anything online that can tell me what it is and what it means.

My left side vagina lip is larger then the other and when i parted the lips i noted these weird brownish white cluster of...blisters or boils/spots? I dont know if they are any of those as i dunno if its possible to get them underneath both my vagina lips. The left one has more its like a rash cluster of whatever the things are.

Part of the skin of vagina near the rash cluster thing is turning brown.

Has anyone ever had this before? Is it dangerous? My doctor surgery is only doing emergancy appointments and i dont want to take one away from someone if this is nothing.

I am 23 and i havent had sex since i was 19 with my now ex,i was tested for all stds/stis when pregnant.

I also have very low immunity levels and as i mentioned get infections alot im just really worried incase this could be a severe infection.

Thank you all in advance

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  • Posted

    PLEASE see your doctor!! Either a gyno or primary care physician would help you in this case. Regarding the constant peeing and thirst, you could be diabetic but your doctor would have to order blood work to test the amount of glucose in your blood. Limit the amount of carbs, eliminate sweetened drinks and see if there is a change until you can get in to see a medical provider. I hope this information is helpful and your symptoms are easily resolved. Be well!!

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      Thank you i got tested for diabetes three/four months ago when my glucose came back alittle above normal but just got a crap taken again today,they are doing several tests as well as full nlood count and i know one is to check over the glucose levels again

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    Sorry you are having these problems. Please make an appt with a gynocologist . It may be nothing more than a yeast infection. But you need to see a doctor so they can give you a proper diagnosis and the correct medication to treat it.

    Hope this helps.

    Linda

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    looks like a bacterial infection of some kind. Only way to find out is for tests. See your doc as soon as possible

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    You need to see your doctor. We are just women here who have been to doctors and specialists and are trying to help each dealing with vaginal atrophy.I don't think you need to show us those pictures. This is for your doctor...we cant diagnose your condition. We aren't qualified. Good luck but you really must go to your GP

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      I have been to my doctors the surgery i go to changes doctors more times the i change doctors, i noticed the skin condition that surrounds my body especially near my groin which im waiting to be diagnosed for by dermatologists was infected i tried to get my doctor to look at it on thursday when i had an appointment he didnt want to look at it and decided it was no doubt just a fungal as other parts of my body effected with the skin condition had fungal all he decided to do was order blood work.

      I asked and showed on here because i was hoping someone has had something similar and could tell me what it was so i could try and bring it up with the next doctor i saw or know if its something i could have my pharmacist help prescribe me with.

      My doctor is failing me right now my doctors surgery only has 3 doctors for over 2000patients unless im near deaths door you gotta wait weeks for appontments and then you got 10minutes to try and explain whats wrong and they then only deal with what they think is the worst out of everything you've told them then get you to make another appointment to go through the other stuff.

      I simply needed help...suggestions so i could try and help relieve my symptoms or even clear them up untill my next appointmen

      In December

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    where are you? if i was you id make an appointment at local sexual health clinic. Youll get seen much quicker by experts. Doesnt matter if its not a sexually transmitted disease they will do tests and give you an immediate result and treatment

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      I live in Scotland, i would have to look up where my nearest one is hopefully not the city as to far from there. Will they have a look down there even though it aint sexually transmitted? I always thought you only went there if you were having sex and things changed down there and since i aint having sex and things are changing there that id have to go through doctors

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    there may be onein your local hospital. You just turn up with your symptoms, after naking appointment. they sort anything out, even thrush and bacterial vaginosis. After all you dont know what it is, some STD can be dormant for months or years.

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    put your postcode in here

    https://www.sexualhealthscotland.co.uk/get-help/sexual-health-service-finder

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      juju44625

      Hi. I also live in Scotland. There are "walk in clinics" no appointment needed, you will be seen by a female doctor, qualified in all things pertaining to the vagina, who will give you a diagnosis and the appropriate medication , there and then.

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