I'm 17, my boyfriend and I have sex quite often and I'm a little scared. Near my vagina, it's peeling and a very bad discomfort. It's not flaky but soft and in small parts. It does itch most of the time and I have no clue to what it could be and I really hope it isn't anything serious. When we have sex, sometimes I'm not lubricated and it does hurt when we have intercourse without me being lubricated. Also my underwear does give me a wedgie most of the time so maybe it's just irritated? I have not gone to the doctors, but I would like to know some feedback please..
You need to go to the doctor to make sure you don't have an infection or STD of any sort. If it's either, you'll need treatment as soon as possible to avoid any unwanted complications. It could be irritated, but if you commonly had wedgies before having frequent sex and laundry detergent hasn't changed, etc., and this wasn't happening before there's less likely it's due to simple irritation.
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