I don’t know what’s wrong with my vagina?! Watch

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It feels more bumpy than usual and kind of inflamed and sensitive to the touch and it’s pretty high up in there. But no clear scar that I can feel.
This may not be seen in a naked eye. Rather you should try medical science. I thinks this would be better.
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Probably the wrong choice of words for this thread...
Loooool oops
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You don’t need your parents to go to a gp appointment. I’m sure you are able to go by yourself
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(Original post by Nilesh32)
This may not be seen in a naked eye. Rather you should try medical science. I thinks this would be better.
Yh you’re right. I’m just guessing things, I’ll try get it checked out.
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Well, considering your parents are so religious you can't tell them about your boyfriend and that they track you, has me worried...
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I’ve seen symptoms of UTIs and it’s very unlikely because it doesn’t hurt or feel weird when I pee, but still possible.
well, whatever it is, the sti clinic can help figure it out. you could find your nearest clinic amd tell your parents you're going somewhere near it (e. g if it's next to a library or something).
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Well, considering your parents are so religious you can't tell them about your boyfriend and that they track you, has me worried...
Its a hard situation what can I do...this thread is about my sexual health and not my personal life
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(Original post by heartinablender)
well, whatever it is, the sti clinic can help figure it out. you could find your nearest clinic amd tell your parents you're going somewhere near it (e. g if it's next to a library or something).
Thank you, there’s a sexual health clinic, next to my local library. I’ll just make an appointment after school and go then x
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