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Why do my pelvic exams hurt so much? I am a 19 year old female, sexually active but safe, and on the nuvaring. I was diagnosed with PID about two months ago and was treated, but once symptoms started to show again i scheduled another appointment. I had ne

Why do my pelvic exams hurt so much? I am a 19 year old female, sexually active but safe, and on the nuvaring. I was diagnosed with PID about two months ago and was treated, but once symptoms started to show again i scheduled another appointment. I had ne

Unfortunately, : Unfortunately, gynecological exams aren't necessarily very comfortable for anyone! that being said, pid can make your cervix and uterus extra sensitive thus making the exam extremely painful. Actually, one of the symptoms of pid is a very painful exam - so don't think that every exam will feel like that! this should resolve once the infection is treated. One of the other most common reasons for pain with exam is that your muscles around the opening of your vagina might be very tense. Since your first experience with an exam was during pid, you may be unconsciously tensing your muscles from the memory of how bad it hurt before. By practicing relaxation techniques such as breathing deeply or trying to relax your legs in the stirrups during the exam may help with the discomfort. Also, discuss this with your doctor. You are not the first, nor the last woman to have this exact problem. Your doctor may have other helpful suggestions to make your exams more comfortable. ...Read more

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19 year old female, not sexually active.Noticed red itchy bumps in pubic area , they only go away if i shave.Regrowth of hair, itching & bumps reoccur?

19 year old female, not sexually active.Noticed red itchy bumps in pubic area , they only go away if i shave.Regrowth of hair, itching  & bumps reoccur?

Possibly pubic lice?: These insects (phtirus pubis)can be picked up if you sleep on an infected bed/linen. You should see a physician when the hair has grown and you actually have the symptoms. ...Read more

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Are medicines that boost your sexual time good a 19 year old male?

Are medicines that boost your sexual time good a 19 year old male?

Lasting longer: I'll assume you're asking about premature ejaculation. A dab of a topical anesthetic on your glans, or a condom, can slow you down just enough. If you're really fast, your physician can prescribe a low dose of a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor. Your best option is the squeeze technique; work on it with your partner to reach new heights of interpersonal and physical satisfaction. Best wishes. ...Read more

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What is wrong!? Hey im 19 and have been sexually active for about a year i seem to always bleed lightly after and sometimes even durring sex and it lasts about two days afterwards.. Whats wrong with me!

What is wrong!? Hey im 19 and have been sexually active for about a year i seem to always bleed lightly after and sometimes even durring sex and it lasts about two days afterwards.. Whats wrong with me!

Bleeding : Bleeding after intercourse may be from a softened cervix or the tissue in the cervical lining (ectropion). Infections such as bacterial vaginosis, (bv), gonorrhea and chlamydia can do that too. While cervical dysplasia, (abnormal changes on the cervix due to hpv infection) can cause bleeding after intercourse as well, the current recommendation for women for pap smear or cervical cytology is age 21 so you do not need to have a pap till age 21. The reason is because young women tend to clear hpv infections and can avoid excessive treatment such as leeps (removal of a portion of the cervix) at an early age by waiting till age 21 before initiating testing. In any case do see an ob/gyn doctor for routine testing of the other infections mentioned. The results will likely be negative but at least it will put your mind at rest. If there is an infection, it can be treated quickly to avoid future complications with fertility (in the case of an infection such as chlamydia). ...Read more

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