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Vaginal Warming Sensation And Pregnant
Wriggling/vibrating sensation in anus. Washed with warm water did not go away. But Woke up with a sore vaginal area?
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Hi, I'm 20, not pregnant nor have recently had intercourse. About a week ago, I began to feel an uncomfortable sensation in my vagina that turned into?
Unsure: Need to see doctor to be evaluated ...Read more
I have a recurring vaginal boil. How and when do I know it is improving? I am using warm compresses daily.
Less pain, swelling: If you are treating it at home you should know it is resolving when it quits draining and there is less pain and swelling. If it is not resolving or seems to be getting worse see your doctor. Sometimes these types of recurring boils or abscesses need to be surgically removed. ...Read more
I already asked my question got 3 answers from shaving vaginal and now it popped and white puss and blood is gone. Warm rag helped a lot still hurts?
Need to be seen!: Your question is a little confusing, but from what you are saying, you imply that you had a cut from shaving that bled, but is now producing 'puss'. Or you are implying that there is simply a bump on your vaginal area that is producing puss and hurts. This might represent a skin infection called 'cellulitis' and should be seen by a doctor. You need to be seen before it develops into an abscess. ...Read more
This is a normal experience for many women.
Keep a towel under you to prevent soiling the bed sheets. ...Read more
I have healthy vaginal discharge but white flecks are always on the sides of my vagina. I wash my vagina once a day with warm water. What could it be?
Epithelial cells: White flecks on the sides of the vagina or the labia could come from cells that the body sheds on a regular basis and a no reason for concern. ...Read more
3 weeks post vaginal hysterectomy (total) been doing very well but now getting terrible lower back pain and vagina feeling warm and itchy, no temp?
Vaginal infection: The lower back pain combined with warmth and itching of the vagina suggests an early infection. Fever would indicate extension of the infection into the blood stream. Call your surgeon and review the current symptoms to determine if an examination and/or antibiotics are required. ...Read more
Small sore pimple on edge of vaginal lip. Can I use Bactroban (mupirocin) in that area? Warm compresses. No Std post Way past menopause.
Can a girl get pregnent. If the guy had a wet dot of precum on his underware and that wet area contarct with girl's vaginal area. (she was in panty too)?
Sorry, I misread?: There is a small amount of sperm in the male's pre-ejaculate/ lubricant. Sperm are mobile and therefore it is possible to impregnate a woman, even if you "come" outside of the vagina. It is always the wisest choice to wear a condom, both to prevent unwanted pregnancies, but also to prevent diseases. (i misread your quest. If both of you kept your clothes on the whole time, no pregnancy poss.). ...Read more
I had my first child in nov 2009 if I want to become pregnant now will I be able to deliver vaginally?
Unknown: Your information did not give any clue about why you ask the question. Was the first a c/section delivery? Were you told baby was too large for your birth canal? Are there other specifics involved? Please think it over and submit a new question with more background. Questions are not linked on the site so start over from the beginning. ...Read more
Last week I started vaginally bleeding but it was only for a few hours and then it stopped. What could this be? I have been trying to get pregnant
Bleeding: If it not because of injury from intercores and it keep happening with no reason, please consult your obgyn. ...Read more