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Is it safe for my husband to breathe near my vagina?

Is it safe for my husband to breathe near my vagina?

Yes: It is safe your your husband to breathe near your vagina. You should avoid forcing air or breath into your vagina at any time, however. There has been a reported case of complications during pregnancy due to this although it is incredibly rare. ...Read more

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I have A 5cm ovarian cyst... It is painful today. If I take a deep breathe it hurts and i keep getting pains like behind my vagina bone.. What do I do?

I have A 5cm ovarian cyst... It is painful today. If I take a deep breathe it hurts and i keep getting pains like behind my vagina bone.. What do I do?

Ovarian Cysts: At your age, most ovarian cysts, even larger ones will eventually resolve spontaneously. It may be painful because of where you are in your cycle, as ovulation may stimulate that ovary and aggravate the cyst. I would start with Ibuprofen and a heating pad. However, if the pain is severe you really need to see your doctor to rule out twisting of the ovary. ...Read more

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17 weeks pregnant and i had oral sex my bf just took a breath and i felt air on the outside of my vagina. Not sure if it went inside? How do I know?

17 weeks pregnant and i had oral sex my bf just took a breath and i felt air on the outside of my vagina. Not sure if it went inside? How do I know?

Don't worry: The concern over air in the vagina during pregnancy is based on the risk of "air embolism" which is a very rare condition that happens when air enters an enlarged vaginal vein and travels through the venous system into the heart. Your bf would literally have to blow air into your vagina under pressure for that to happen. Oral sex is totally safe, and he's allowed to breathe, just not inflate you. ...Read more

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When I watch porn my vagina (clitoris area) starts pulsing . I dont touch myself while this happens, but I also hold my breath. What is this?

When I watch porn my vagina (clitoris area) starts pulsing . I dont touch myself while this happens, but I also hold my breath. What is this?

Normal reaction: this is a normal response to the visual stimulation and the production of hormones which causes the pulsation It is totally normal as well as the breath holding ...Read more

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Hi I have been having rapid heart beat at rest and shortness of breath and this hard and very painful bump appeared on my vagina what could this be ?

Need to be checked: These two are not related and are separate conditions. You nned to see your doctor to find out the cause of your shortness of breath and rapid heart beat and bump on your vagina. ...Read more

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Bactrim DS 1.5 days (2x yesterday, 1x today) for a vagina boil. Heart palpitations & shortness of breath since yesterday. Can I stop taking it early?

Bactrim DS 1.5 days (2x yesterday, 1x today) for a vagina boil. Heart palpitations & shortness of breath since yesterday. Can I stop taking it early?

Start another med: Would stop the Bactrim and call your health care provider to prescribe another antibiotic. One and one half days is not likely time enough to cure your infection. ...Read more

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34 weeks preg sharp pains in vagina that take my breath away. Cramp like pains accompany. Preterm labor?

34 weeks preg sharp pains in vagina that take my breath away. Cramp like pains accompany. Preterm labor?

Call your OB now: Call your OB now. You could be in labor or it could be Braxton Hicks contractions, (false labor). At 34 weeks, you do not need to worry about about a premature baby, your baby's lungs have sufficiently developed. Congratulations and good luck. ...Read more

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What do you do I have vagina discharge.What do I let my vagina brethe at night. Or what?

What do you do I have vagina discharge.What do I let my vagina brethe at night. Or what?

Not sure.: Hello. I don't know why you have vaginal discharge. If it is clear to white, creamy & doesn't have odor, or cause burning, itching, irriation or redness - then it could be leukorrhea (a normal vaginal secretion). But if it has a smell, itches, burns, hurts or causes genital redness then it would be best to see your gynecologist. ...Read more