burning in viagina, think its bacterial infection, please answer
does boric acid work and does it cure the infection? can u have sexual intercourse while useing boric acid? does the boric powder work just as good, i bought boric acid today and i am not quite sure how to use it or how much to use... can anyone help me with this...i am hoping this will keep me from going to dr so much...and also i heard that douching with hydrogen perixide works too...is that true? thanks hope for replys...i need the help....
i started my period on monday...... rite after i was done haveing sex...but i dont know if i pop my cherry....but also sence yesterday i have had a burning in my viagina...but i dont know what's it's caused from or what it means....so can you please help me with my problem??
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