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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 17, 2007
  • 05:20 AM

OK this is for the women out there I have came here with a question about masturbation first I am going to say I am single and still a virgin and are not sexually active but may possibly have caused an internal injury last year I was treated late for a very severe yeast infection that made me worry all summer why i had not had a single period but spotting which looked like old blood and finally had my first period in october or november thinking more november I had not had one in december and its now almost mid jan and I had not had one now the toy Ive been using is 7 inches the norm right no bigger Ive rarely ever had problems the following happened about twice allready like iuse a mirror to check if everything is normal u know to be on the safe side but last night before jan 16 2007 i used my vibrator now I clean it everytime im finished with it with soap and hot water and really rinse it good but i was so into it i was careless about the bright red discharge that looked like cherry koolaid with jello in it that got all over my hand and stung like ***l down there I cleaned up and stuff and washed my vibrator really well put it away and then went to bed I was awakened that morning with a dreadful pain in my ovaries not only that but my left breast feels more tender than the other i was lifting a weight a few days before that may have been a tad to heavy for me like 25 pound weight Im in average good shape i mean i work out often enough for a girl with a job i am roughly 139 pounds most of it muscle in my legs cuz i did alot of bike riding in the summer and fall and do tread mill in the winter like i said i had my first pap smear and i was fine just had a yeast infection still does anyone know what i could have done to myself im thinking cervix damage cuz i tried yeast infection cream and it felt like i was on fire but it would clear it up as well see i have no idea and i hope i didnt confuse the ***l out of anyone i jsut dont want to waste my doctors time

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  • Am I right in assuming that your vibrator had this red, jello-like kook-aid substance in it? If so, I would say first of all, stay away from any vibrator with anything in it. They may be less exciting but the chances of your having an allergic reaction to whatever it is won't be there. Also, you could have a bacterial infection which will also cause itching and burning. For the time being, don't use any soap, douches, etc. in the area. Just plain old water. The female body has a natural way of cleansing itself in that area and all you really need is water. You don't mention your age but perhaps it's time for a mammogram too. Remember that itching and burning in that area can also be caused by diet. Do you drink a lot of caffeinated beverages, eat chocolate or a lot of sweets in general? Caffein and chocolate will also affect your breasts causing pain, swelling, etc. By all means though, get yourself checked out.
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  • Anyone familiar with lichen sclerosis or been diagnosed with it? If so, I'd like to talk. It seems that because the disease is rare, the best way to combat it is to talk to other women (and a few men) who have it and discuss treatments.Thanks
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