Ok... The past few days I have been experiencing some vaginal problems... and I don't know what it is. This happened after my fiance and I had a long and rough sex session. Day one and two I had a thick, white discharge with extreme vaginal sensitivity. I was sexually aroused and really didnt know what to do. After those two days, I began to have vaginal swelling. The first day of swelling, it would swell on-and-off throughout the day, and I continued to be aroused. My vagina was extremely sensitive, but it felt good at the same time. The swelling has made me uncomfortable because I am not sure what the cause is. Today, I had more swelling than the day before - and sex is a little painful to the inside of my vagina. What could this be? Is it an STD? I am very worried and concerned about continuing any sexual activity.
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