Is Folliculitis Itchy?
Are your bumps acne? The answer may just lie in the itch Your body’s largest organ is also one of its most amazing. Your skin has the ability to heal itself, stretch and protect your internal organs, yet even things with this amazing organ can sometimes get a little bumpy. While the few are able […]Read More
Does Bacitracin Help Folliculitis?
There is lots of information available about achieving a clear complexion on your face, but what can you use to heal skin problems occurring elsewhere? Do you spend hours sweating it out at the gym to get the perfect beach body and then end up covering up because of itchy, red bumps on your chest, […]Read More
11 Easy Ways to Finally Banish Razor Burn (Pseudofolliculitis Barbae)
Avoid painful folliculitis (razor burn) after shaving with our 11 skin saving methods. Most people choose to shave to show off smooth skin, but can end up with swollen painful bumps. So what exactly are these painful reminders of a razor gone wrong? The medical term for this type of skin infection is called folliculitis […]Read More
Eosinophilic Folliculitis – Cause, Signs and Treatment
Could the itchy red bumps on your body be a sign your immune system is compromised? Itchy red and acne like bumps are unfortunately a common skin condition for many people. While often mistaken for acne, folliculitis is actually characterized by the inflammation of the hair follicle rather than pores clogged with oil and […]Read More
Is Folliculitis Contagious?
You may have folliculitis and not even know it. In fact, this common skin ailment is often misdiagnosed and therefore mistreated. Take a look at our guide to causes, treatments and whether or not it is contagious. Folliculitis is often mistaken for acne and then improperly treated. While acne is caused when hair follicles become […]Read More
Is Bartholin’s cyst a Sexually Transmitted Disease?
The short answer would be, no. Bartholin’s cyst is not a sexually transmitted disease. Though to understand the causes and take precautionary measures, it is important to understand what Bartholin’s cyst is. Every woman has Bartholin glands. These two small glands are present in the vagina area and are responsible for producing fluid that is […]Read More
How can Bartholin cysts be prevented?
Bartholin’s cysts vary in terms of size, painfulness, and inflammation. While sometimes the cyst may just be a small mass that clears up on its own, at other times, it can be an inflamed lump that is extremely painful and causes discomfort. If one has dealt with a Bartholin’s cyst before, it is only […]Read More
What STDs can cause a bartholin’s cyst
When your Bartholin’s ducts, the small openings that secrete the fluid produced by the Bartholin’s gland, get blocked, you are most likely to develop Bartholin’s cysts. Small cysts usually clear up on their own, without medical intervention. However, if a cyst is infected, it turns into an abscess. This infection can be caused by a […]Read More
What is Cryptic Pregnancy?
Cryptic pregnancy is a term that is used to define a pregnancy that goes unnoticed until delivery. Even though this sounds unrealistic but it is possible. According to research, 1 in every 475 women does not realize that she is carrying a baby. When a woman is pregnant, the cells formed in the placenta […]Read More
What Pregnancy Feels Like: Monthly Breakdown
Pregnancy is unlike any other experience you may have had. From wanting to devour an entire pepperoni pizza to crying your eyes out while watching a rom-com, pregnancy can make you do and feel things you’ve probably not done or felt before. Pregnancy can also make you anxious, especially if it’s your first time. Being […]Read More