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Help! Vaginal discomfort...

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 21, 2015
  • 04:00 AM

I'm 16 (going to be 17 in December) and I have this horrible discomfort on the outside of my vagina. It's at the bottom of my vaginal opening. This has happened before, but it goes away within a few hours. This time however, it's come and gone for the last two days. I'm about to start my period, if that helps, but this discomfort comes out of nowhere.

My boyfriend and i have done some things, but if any started to hurt I would tell him to stop. I know it's wrong to do sexual things when you're 16, but hormones are hard to control.

This discomfort is like an itch. I've searched how to get rid of vaginal itching, but nothing comes up except Google saying, "You have herpes", or any other type of STD. I, being my age, have never had sex so I know I'm clean.

I do masterbate, but never "dry". Can anyone help me?

I'm too nervous to talk to my mom about it...

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  • your vaginal itching maybe caused by inflammation, so you needn't worry too much about it. Just try the herbal medicine fuyan pill. This herbal medicine is made from natural herbs, and it is as safe as the food we eat. It has the same functions as antibiotics, but do not has the side effects or drug resistances as antibiotics do. So this herbal medicine could help you eliminate inflammation and drive away your vaginal itching in a safe way.

    And if you still have any questions about your situation, you could send your details to Wuhan Dr. Lee’s TCM Clinic,they would offer you professional and free help online.
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  • You could have a candida infection. Follow an anti-candida diet for 3 months. Stop using tampons. Take probiotics. Stop any hormonal contraception.
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • September 19, 2015
    • 09:35 PM
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