The cerebrum is the thinking part of the brain and it controls your voluntary muscles — the ones that move when you want them to.
At the age of about 19 I broke out in a bunch of lesions in my vaginal area. They were raised and hurt like crazy. I could barely walk or go to the bathroom.
Wearing pants was unbearable also. I went to planned parenthood and was told it was herpes.
Naturally I freaked out. I went to two other gynecologists for other opinions. One did a biopsy from what I remember and both came back negative for herpes. One of them said it was an allergic reaction but he couldn't say from what and I forget what the other one said, but I was just happy that it wasn't an STD.
Fast forward 22 years and at the age of 41 while traveling for work I had some vaginal discomfort and after checking in the mirror I noticed I had what looked like a white head pimple on the inner part of my vaginal lip.
It was extremely painful to pee. I checked on the sore 8 hours later and saw that it had grown to about the size of a pencil eraser and was pure white, like it had a pus covering over it.
The next afternoon I had checked on it again and it had turned into what looked like a canker sore and was about the same size. A day later it was gone.
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This was 2 years ago and in the past 2 years I have experienced about 8 of these episodes and they are all basically the same. I start to feel an itch or discomfort in my vaginal area, I check the area, it starts out as small white head looking pimples most times I have one of them but have had 3 at the most they grow in size to about the size of pencil erasers, they turn white at first, then lose the white color and look raw and exactly like mouth ulcers which I have suffered from my whole life and then go away usually they last from 3 to 7 days.
It is very frustrating that the 3 gynecologists I've seen said they have no idea what it is. Unfortunately by the time I get an appointment the lesion has disappeared but I do have scarring at the site. I currently have another breakout and this is the first time that they have turned red raw and are bleeding slightly.
I have used peroxide but I think it only makes it feel temporarily better but makes them worse in the long run.
I'm currently taking lysine for this latest bout as they seem to be lasting longer than usual. I have been under a tremendous amount of stress in the last two years and have previously taken YAZ.
Actually YAZ was prescribed for me by my gyno by mistake and after having heart palpitations while on it, I stopped using it and it was about the time I stopped using it that the outbreaks started.
Not sure if it's related or not. I just started a new job and can't take the time to see a doctor right now, but I am worried after reading some of the above posts that the lesions could get bigger or I could lose some of my skin. One other side note and I'm not sure if it's relevant, but as a teenager I had to give a urine sample when I was having abdominal pain and the ER doctor told me that I had an unusually high amount of bacteria in my urine, but didn't say it was a concern or anything.
Not sure if I could have a personal problem with bacteria.Nervous System Worksheet (DOC 42 KB) Organization of the Nervous System Worksheet (DOC 61 KB) Spinal Cord & Reflex Act Worksheet (DOC MB) Structure of the Brain Worksheet (DOC 24 KB) The Nervous System Video Worksheet (DOC MB) The Peripheral Nervous System Branches Throughout the Body Worksheet (DOC 31 KB).
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neuron. a nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system. brain. specialized group of nerve cells that controls & coordinates activities of the nervous system.
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