Hi, Okay first I'd like to say, I'm 13 not sexually active (haven't even kissed a guy) and There is like a small cut in my no no zone. (sorry feel really uncomfortable saying that). For a month its been itchy, burning a stinging a little bit. its a little red and I have taken anit biotics. its a little puffy and I dont have my period at all. what can I do to get rid of it? It's awful! does it seem like a yeast infection?
Sweetheart you are so young. You should be talking to your Mom. That needs medical attention. I know it's hard to talk to parents sometimes, but your mom needs to know what's going on. You need to see a doctor. You don't want that to get worse. If you have trouble talking to her, then maybe write it down just like you typed it up. Then give it to her. I am here for you, and keeping you in my prayers.
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