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My Vagina Aches
Not normal: It's not normal to have an aching pain. It is possible this is related to your PCOS, but you would need an evaluation by your doctor to find out for sure.
I'm 39 and my vagina really aches and my right groin hurts and aches too im not pregnant and not sexually active I feel unwell in myself too please help?
Infection/Cancer: Pain is usually related to an infection. But, given you age you must also worry that there is something worse. Please go see your physician today.
Early period, bled 6 days, guy came on ass and some could have slipped near my vagina, back aches, stressed, could I have had implantation bleeding?
Most often,: Implantation bleeding does not occur. When it does, it usually is very tiny amounts of blood (i.e. Drops). If you actually had a period - then you are not pregnant. If you aren't sure what the bleeding represents then you can always take a pregnancy test if you miss your period at it's anticipated time.
My outer vagina aches during my period. I gave birth 21 months ago, so I should be healed, right? I haven't had sex since Nov2011, no STDs, no trauma.
Yes: Should be healed by now. This may also be normal. May see your gynecologist
I'm in 37th week of pregnancy, my vagina started to ache. Is it normal and a sign of pre-term labor?
Not usually: Vaginal aching is typically an indication of pressure from pregnancy, not usually preterm labor. Labor pain is cyclical.... It comes in waves and lasts for about 60 seconds or so. The vaginal pain you describe is more typically a stabbing, aching pain that is constant. Sometimes a warm bath at this stage in pregnancy can feel good.
See GYN: Sometimes burning or tingling can be an infection. See your GYN for further evaluation and treatment Best wishes Dr M
More information..: We would need more information on what other symptoms your are presenting. If your period is late possible pregnancy. Other possibilities: infection, hormonal imbalances which require evaluation in order to make a certain diagnosis.
Need an exam: It sounds like you might have a low-grade yeast infection, or some other vaginal infection that causes irritation (like herpes or bacterial vaginosis). You could also be having an allergic reaction to something. Your best bet would be to get an examination and see what's wrong for sure!
Possibly: Though it could be a yeast infection or other irritation from soap. Make sure she is cleaning herself well.
Little dab will do u: A hair product called Brylcream used to have a advertising motto, "A little dab will do you." This is also true in your case whereby you can "dab" the vulva and not wipe so vigorously. If that doesn't resolve the problem, see a GYN MD to be examined for an abnormality in this area.