i have long libia minora is there anyway i can get this treated apart from paying from surgery? I live in the UK. i need to sort this problem as i had some cells lazered away 9 years ago for cervical cancer and have supposed to gone bak for yearly smears but am too ashamed of the way i look. it rubs on my underwear and causes sorness as well as makes me selfconsious wearing a swim suit so i dont swim anymore.... i am deeply embarrassed and dont have relationships because of the way i look. it never bothered (apart from the soreness) until 1 person made a comment which i brushed off at the time but then a few more people commented and so i stopped having relationships. it is also very painfull after sex, when i last had sex (a very long time ago) for a few days. is there anyone u can suggest i can go to for help? please?
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