I am in my 3rd trimester and recently I have been having a lot of problems down there. I had sex about a wk ago and after my lips were xtremely swollen n it looked as if I had blisters dwn there. It was xtremely painful. The next day it went away, however, I seem 2 be having yeast infection like symptoms. Like, the burning, the abnormal discharge and the itch. But the swelling went down. It seems 2 resurface witout sexual intercourse here and there. I dont know what the cause is and if it is a yeast infection, how do I get rid of it quickly?
Yea, actually the pain went away, it jst is a little swollen. I been reading up on it and I guess it is normal. Im jst not used 2 seeing my vagina swollen, it feels n looks weird. lol But I been using feminine wipes and wearing a panty liner n it has started 2 go away. I have a month of my pregnancy left, hopefully, it doesnt come back. lol
yes I knw, its kinda frightening bc I dnt know if its something Im doing wrong or not. I am only 8 wks away frm giving birth and I dnt want my misses 2 be jacked up lol But thanks 4 the advice I really appreciate it!
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