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What If You Get Vicks In Your Vagina
No: You should not use any topical medication or creams inside vagina unless indicated by your physician. These can cause irritation especially Vicks which is mentholated. Talk to your doctor about your symptoms. Take care! ...Read more
Constant or with sex: It is my understanding that there can be many causes for vaginal pain, and the list of potential causes can only be narrowed by knowing more about the nature of the pain and whether it seems associated with specific activities or with any other factors. Before offing more, would need nature of pain, frequency, apparently related factors and/or symptoms, when it occurs, duration, and intensity. ...Read more
Depends on age:
If you are not menopausal, I suggest several simple things to increase lubrication:
1- spend 15-20 minutes on prolonged, slow foreplay, both touching and oral stimulation.
2- communicate- to your sexual partner and relax
3- visual, auditory and olfactory stimulation- videos, music, incense
4- use an aqueous based lubricant.
If menopausal, consider a hormone cream by GYN.
Enjoy! ...Read more
Secretions: There are glands in and around the vagina. When stimulated (both mentally and physically), blood flow to these areas increases, causing the glands to secrete fluids that lubricate the vagina. ...Read more
No: No, the vagina does become "loose, " and it does not change in structure permanently due to intercourse. During sexual arousal, it lubricates and relaxes to accommodate intercourse, but these changes are temporary during the normal sexual response cycle. ...Read more
Big topic: In older people, or those without ovaries, it can b from lack of esrogon. If its a sexual issue it could be due to lack of arousal, some drugs such as antidepressants can cause this. An oil based lubricant (astroglide) can help during intercourse but there may be a better answer out there; some Progesterone only contraceptives may contribute (implanon, depo-provera. Good luck. ...Read more
Up to some degree: It might be normal, up to some degree in some cases. However, a check up with you gyn dr would help clarify this and reassure you. ...Read more
Genital wetness: If you are asking about vaginal wetness, then it is very normal with vaginal stimulation. ...Read more
Many things: The predominance of peroxidase positive lactobacillus, good bacteria, is what causes the pH to rise. If they are killed off, which can be caused by many things, the pH rises letting other bacteria take their place. This is called bacterial vaginosis. It can treated but you will not get the pH back to normal until the good bacteria grow back. ...Read more
I get sores on the vagina...Which started way back when I was still a virgin. ..What would it be?
Vulvar sores: There are a number of skin conditions that can affect the vulvar area that can form ulcers or sores. Some of them include lichen sclerosus, lichen planus, behcet's disease, drug reactions, canker sores, and others. Please see your dermatologist for evaluation. Best to have you seen and possibly biopsies done when sores are present, so make sure you can get an appt right away when eruptions comes. ...Read more
How long can it take for a virgin to get stretched at the vagina and find sex less painful? Thanks
First few times: It's important that the male partner (assuming male) is gentle initially. It doesn't have much to do with stretching, it's also being able to relax the pelvic muscles. And finding the right position that's comfortable and pleasurable hopefully. Generally the first few times are uncomfortable. ...Read more
I have something stuck in my vagina and I can't get it out. It's been there for about an hour and I'm really scared.
Emergency room: Go to the hospital emergency room now if you have a foreign body in your vagina that you can't remove. Attempting to do it yourself, especially forcefully, can cause significant trauma and leaving in the vagina for an extended period of time can lead to inflammation and infection. ...Read more
Gyno said I have a torn vagina. I don't want to get into too much detail but there were eggshells. So what can I do to make the pain go away?
Follow Gyno advice: If the "eggshells" were removed, and any vaginal lacerations repaired, then the "tincture of time" will have to allow the area to heal. The vagina is amazingly resilient, but it does have its' limits in accomodating "foreign objects". ...Read more
Why am I having pain in my vagina and I have organs showing out of my vagina? My sister seen some of my organs hanging right at my vagina and that she thought I should get it checked out im only 21 and I have had one child
She: She may have a vaginal prolapse. If she had a tough delivery, it could have damaged her perineum. It is no longer as strong to support the organs that overlie it. Please encourage your sister to see her gynecologist. Sometimes specific exercises can help to build back tone and there are also surgical correction if medically indicated. Take care. ...Read more
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