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A 21-year-old male asked:

why under my scrotum is little red and bit itchy?

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Dr. Lawrence Yeung
Urology 17 years experience
Fungal infection: This could be a yeast infection causing the redness and itchiness. You should get into see your doctor for examination and they may need to prescribe a topical antifungal to help solve this problem.

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Will my vagina remain stretched out after childbirth?

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Probably not...: Probably not, your vagina will change from before you had children...But chances are it will not stay the same as when you were pregnant and delivering the baby. Generally speaking for most women, you will get close to normal about 6 weeks after a vaginal delivery.
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Is there a way to tighten my vagina to increase sexual stimulation?

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Why does air come from my vagina during or after sex?

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Vaginal air bubbles: Sexual activity can sometimes cause air bubbles to collect in the vagina, which then are expelled during or after sex. It's not a problem and not unusual. Get your regular gyn checkup to be sure that is what it is.
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A 41-year-old member asked:

Genital sores + redness = normal after the first time?

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Dr. John Despain
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Not likely: Redness and perhaps very brief soreness maybe, but anything lasting more than a day or so would make me worry about a sexually transmitted disease.

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