So yesterday I had sex with my boyfriend, there was alot of foreplay, and it didnt become uncomfortable until the very end, when I wasn't really wet anymore. Well I went to put my clothes back on, and it felt uncomfortable to wear my pants. I noticed the area, I would say labia minora, is HUGE. It doesn't itch, or burn. But, obviously sensitive. It's extremely protruding, and I don't know what to do! It's uncomfortable to walk or sit.
This is probably normal. Baby girls are often born with gigantic labias that are very sensitive to the touch as a result of the change in the hormonal balance between the womb and birth. This can happen again any time throughout a female's life when her hormones are imbalanced- during a period or ovulation, during pregnancy, etc. It could be that you just engaged in too much foreplay and it messed up your hormone balance. Most likely, it's normal, but if it's still like that in a couple days, call/see a doctor.
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