Im 20 and have been having problems for the last 1 and 1/2. Every month a week before i come on my vigina gets really painful and red almost swolen( it hurts cant hurt when i pee). I also get a lumpy discharge but when i come on it goes. I am on the pill yasmin do you think it could be the pill making me ill? I know its not an STI i have been tested over 4 time and are really losen any hope of ever getting better. please help me.
it sounds like a yeast infection to me! its somewhat normal for one to come on before your period too. see your dr. so he/she can at least make a 1st diagnosis. then if you get it again down th eroad, you can treat it with an OTC medicine/insert cream.
my virgina started itching when i got through masterbating. And about two weeks later the itching got intense and painful...so painful it hurts to walk and pee. i just went and got tested and i dont have an STI. What could it be.
me and my boyfriend have been together for 7months we have been having sex and from this week my vagina is hurting every time we have sex, its very painful, it stings when i go for a wee, i really want to know what it is.... please help me x
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