i have raw, red irritated skin on my vagina right outside the....um...happy hole as I'd like to call it. There is no itching, but this redness/irritation does hurt and my skin looks raw. It will subside but then will come right back. This started a few months ago. There are no other systems as odd discharge etc, just skin that looks/feels like the top layer was shaved off- PLEASE HELP :-/
I would get tested for any STDs first off. The only thing you can do is make sure that you get to your Gyno as quickly as possible instead of dealing with the pain. There's nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about just get help, your doctor will know how to help you.
yea i've got one squeezed in soon enough. Been with the same fella for over 7 yrs so that STD test will be loads of fun. I Was thinking irritation from perfumes or something. I don't know...it's not bumpy, pimply which may be more concerning since it's red and raw only
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