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Vaginal Walls Swollen
vaginal infection test negative, but uti test positive. I have no urgency to "go" and the only symptom I have is my vaginal walls are swollen.
My perineum and posterior vaginal wall are hard,swollen and super sore. Could being in a sitting position for 12 hours driving bruise it?
Possibly: Sitting for that long could have irritated your perineal area, especially if you were wearing clothing that was tight or restrictive. If the soreness and swelling do not start to improve in a day or two, though, consider that there may be other causes - minor trauma from sex, or an infection could also cause discomfort in that area. ...Read more
Vaginal walls are hard and swollen after masturbation? Two nights ago, i masturbated and now my vagina is incredibly tight and hard?
See Gyn or ER...: For the described scenario, you need to gyn or er for evaluation with more hx, physicals, needed tests, etc. For the time being, avoid any further chemical and physical stimulation. In the future, learn how to masturbate gently to suit your situation. But, practicing healthy low-risk healthy lifestyle without overindulgence and obsession will help any willing person live a long happy life. ...Read more
Nausea vomiting fatigue headache for 4 weeks. Had 2 periods but now ovulation is white, thin and vaginal wall is soft &swollen. Could i be pregnant?
I have a very painful, swollen bump on my labia minors (vaginal walls). It's on the inside & out. I am a virgin and an athlete, so it needs to go away!
Bartholins Abscess: Patients with cysts may present with painless labial swelling. Abscesses may present spontaneously or after a painless cyst with the following symptoms: acute, painful unilateral labial swelling dyspareunia pain with walking and sitting sudden relief of pain followed by discharge (highly suggestive of spontaneous rupture) you need an evaluation urgently by a physician. ...Read more
See a GYN MD: If the area is painful and swollen it could be infected, or a growth is present that can't be seen by yourself. You need to go see a GYN MD for assessment to determine exactly what is the problem. ...Read more