About two days ago, one of my labia majora became swollen and sore. As the days progressed, the swelling and soreness continued. Nothing like this has happened before. I was recently checked for STD's and HIV/AIDS. Everything came back negative. Help!!!
do you shave? i have had an ingrown hair that caused swelling, a hard knot under the skin.it took quite some time to surface. i couldnt even tell where it should have started. however you have been to the drs and they have given you no ideas?
Last night, I had sex and I seen some swelling in my right labia majora. It has not went down since last night, and this morning I seemed to still have the swelling. I am quite worried because I also have a hemorrhaging ovarian cyst on the left side. Could this be anything related to that or should I be more concerned about the situation?
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