What are the symptoms of vaginal pimples?
The classic symptom of a vaginal pimple is a cluster of small, fluid-filled blisters that break, forming painful sores that crust and heal over the course of several days. Some people only get a small rash or bumps that appear on the skin that appears to be pimples. Some have painful urination and some women have fluid discharges from the vagina. Sores also may appear on skin four to seven days after a person has been infected and there also may be flu like symptoms including fever and swollen nymph glands following the initial infection. Symptoms come and go with varying frequency and duration, depending on the person infected. For example, a person could have flare-ups on and off for a year while another person could have symptoms for a few weeks then stop altogether. Flare-ups usually happen during an outbreak and the symptoms typically are itching, burning, tingling sensations in the affected area and sharp pains in the leg or pelvis. Herpes sores are usually the worst the first ti