"Hi, it's been over a month now and she's still irritated. The hard spot was inside her, like it wasn't a big spot, just something i could feel. Her vagina does not smell, but she said her discharge is still a little abnormal and it burns..."
"thanks for your input. She says there's no abnormal or strong smell coming from it so I keep telling her it will heal. I told her I probably scratched her by being too rough and that it got irritated but shes still scared. I figured if w..."
Just a quick note to say hi! I read ur post bout fingered gf. You obviously know nothing about a womans body. You need to be more thoughtful and careful. Under no circumstance do u ever want to jab or scratch roughly...idiot. You probably caused damage. She may have serious injury.
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