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How do u no that the vaginal area is healthy?

How do u no that the vaginal area is healthy?

No symptoms: In the short term, if you have no particular symptoms (discharge, odor, itch, abnormal bleeding, pain, etc), there should be no reason to suspect any particular problem. In the long term, after age 21, women should have annual exams with a pelvic exam (including cultures, paps, etc as indicated) to assess and screen for occult problems. ...Read more

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What does it mean when u see white silky stuff coming of my vaginal area ?

What does it mean when u see white silky stuff coming of my vaginal area ?

Likely normal: Some mild white vaginal discharge is normal, and is likely due to the body responding to hormones. If the discharge ever becomes excessive, foul-smelling, cottage cheese-like, or associated with itching or discomfort, you should see your doc for an eval and exam. ...Read more

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The thought of getting inability to tolerate vaginal penetration scares me. What are risk factors for it?

The thought of getting inability to tolerate vaginal penetration scares me. What are risk factors for it?

Not common: If you have never had intercourse, don't be concerned about not being able to tolerate it. You can prepare by using tampons and becoming familiar with that part of your body. If there seems to be an obstruction to putting in a tampon, then see your doctor since rarely extra pieces of tissue can get in the way. Make sure you are relaxed, ready for sex, & your partner's right. ...Read more

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I have a piece of skin hanging in the vaginal area and I'm wondering why?

I have a piece of skin hanging in the vaginal area and I'm wondering why?

Hard to say: Without an exam, there is no way to know whether this 'skin' is just a normal part of your anatomy vs a STD (like a genital wart). Please see a health care professional. ...Read more

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What coul cause an uncontrollable itch in the vaginal area?

What coul cause an uncontrollable itch in the vaginal area?

Yeast...: This is usually a yeast infection but sometimes a trich infection will do this. Another possibility is an allergic reaction to something. You can get yeast medication over the counter. If the itch doesn't go away, you should see your Gyn. Best wishes! ...Read more

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Help me out here: what is inability to tolerate vaginal penetration?

Help me out here: what is inability to tolerate vaginal penetration?

Vaginismus: Some people have involuntary muscle spasm of the vaginal muscles that prevent any penetration into the vagina. There can be numerous causes but usually it is psychologically related. Other causes can be congenital or acquired scar tissue at the opening of the vagina, walls internally that dont normally belong, or other causes of pain that cause voluntary spasm. ...Read more

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I'm having a pretty embarrassing vaginal issue and I'm looking for some help?

I'm having a pretty embarrassing vaginal issue and I'm looking for some help?

We see it all: No need for embarrassment when seeking medical advice of any kind. We are not shy and are good confidants. You can consider a virtual consult here for personal medical advice, post a general question (which is always anonymous) or discuss with your gynecologist. Good luck! ...Read more

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