Re: Don't know what I have? Help?
A mole is a small, congenital spot on the human skin, usually dark-colored and slightly raised, often hairy. Red moles are just like other moles, but they have a red color. Moles are very common and usually nothing to worry about. One reason you have moles may be genetics. You can be born with a predisposition to have moles. A red mole can also come from an infection. When a regular mole gets infected, that usually makes the blood accumulate near the border and that turns it red. Another cause is the sun. Overexposure to the sun can irritate and even inflame a mole, and cause a change in color. It is not a wart so don't worry but it is good that he is going to the doctor for the mole and getting tested. If he's been having the mole sence he was a baby then it's nothing serious.
If you got a pap smear and got the test results back then you don't need to be tested cause a pap smear is a screeming test. It can be cancer stds etc. The test results camed back normal so you are fine. I don't think a sinus infection would cause a yeast infection. You can get a sinus inflection if you have allergies such as being allgeric to things. A vaginal yeast infection is irritation of the vagina and the area around it called the vulva. Yeast is a type of fungus. Yeast infections are caused by overgrowth of the fungus Candida albicans. Small amounts of yeast are always in the vagina. But when too much yeast grows, you can get an infection.You can take the Vagisil Screening Kit for vaginal infections. Itching, Buring, Unpleasant odor, Unusual discharge are for the symptoms for a yeast infection. Vaginal discharge is simply mucous. It is usually clear in color but may look white or off-white when it is seen outside of your body (on your underwear or toilet tissue). How much of it there is and how thick or watery it is will vary from day to day. This is due to normal changes in your hormone levels during your menstrual cycle (the time between menstrual periods).