Female genital sores are bumps and lesions in or around the vagina. Some sores may be itchy, painful, tender, or produce a discharge. And, some may not cause any symptoms. Bumps or sores on the genitals sometimes happen for no reason and resolve on their own. Some may be due to certain skin disorders, but they may also be symptoms of a sexually transmitted infection STI.
Jump to content. A rash in your vaginal area vulva may be caused by irritation of the skin from many sources, such as clothes rubbing against the skin. Rashes that occur without other symptoms are usually minor and often go away with home treatment.
In fact, 85 percent of people in the world has been infected with at least one type. In the past, HSV-1 infections occurred in the mouth and HSV-2 infections occurred in the genital area, but now either type of virus can infect either site. HSV infections can also occur throughout the body, often on the finger or even in one or both of the eyes.