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I have the same problem what can i do for this to go away please help
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Please i need some help abou This problem
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Oh my god guess must see the doctor
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Wow i don't feel good about this and it painful too
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I’m so glad to read I’m 17, not sexually active either, but I have the same thing. I am certain It’s from irritation of sanitary products since my period ended about a day before it all started. I’m really awkward with things like this and I don’t really want to tell my mum or the doctor, anyone got at home remedies?
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And in response, my current underwear is too small for me, I suppose this hasn’t helped much.
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Did you ever get any answers?
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How did you cure it?
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Iv been having the same problem i am 17 amd a virgin and it gets so swollen it rubs whwn i walk i usually get it every 6 weeks and i find heat or bathing in hot water rudecus swelling
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I'm 13 and the same ha happened to me. It hurts a lot when I walk around school and I can hardly walk. I told my mum and she gave me some baby powder or something to put on it and said I could have an infection so I need to go to the doctors. You should tell your mum
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Did the Dr swab test your sores? That’s the ONLY conclusive way to know if you have herpes.
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I have Behcet's Disease and it is definitely NOT contagious. It is an auto immune disease, like lupus. Maybe research it a bit more before stating something completely false!!!
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I have the same thing but I haven't had my period, the best is tell your mum and go to the doctor.
you probably have a infection
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My labia minora was swollen to more than twice it's normal size on the left side for over two months. I went to two different gynecologists and had multiple tests done and nothing bacterial or viral was found. I changed my diet, walking pattern, bought expensive probiotics, etc. and it only kept getting worse. Eventually I happened to find a piece of toilet paper wedged very high up in the vaginal entrance. It was the cheap industrial-grade kind that never rolls up or dissolves on its own. The swelling was a result of my vagina trying to push it out. After removing it the swelling has gradually decreased and I am hopeful that it will return to normal. I say all this to let everyone know that its a good idea to do a thorough search of your vagina to make sure there is nothing stuck in there. Looking back on the experience I feel a bit silly for not catching it sooner, but I didn't consider that there might be something foreign in there since two different gynecologists had already inspected the area and found nothing.
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endometriosis could be the cause of your pain. Look up a specialist and consider that
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