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Bellasmith21
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Hi, I have this flesh thin string like piece hanging from my vaginal opening. It has been there before I had sex, sex isn’t painful and to squeeze the the string thing isn’t but when you pull it it hurts. Im 16 and would like some help anyone? Do i get this surgically removed be cause I think it could maybe be my hymen?
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Contact your GP about this and they'll refer you if they feel the need to
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(Original post by Bellasmith21)
Hi, I have this flesh thin string like piece hanging from my vaginal opening. It has been there before I had sex, sex isn’t painful and to squeeze the the string thing isn’t but when you pull it it hurts. Im 16 and would like some help anyone? Do i get this surgically removed be cause I think it could maybe be my hymen?
It sounds like it’s your hymen some people have one some people don’t, considering you’ve had sex and it shouldn’t really be there, but don’t worry about it. You shouldn’t be pulling it or doing anything like that your vagina can be sensitive, u could cause infection etc.
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It sounds like it’s your hymen some people have one some people don’t, considering you’ve had sex and it shouldn’t really be there, but don’t worry about it. You shouldn’t be pulling it or doing anything like that your vagina can be sensitive, u could cause infection etc.


How do you think I should go about this ? Thankyou.
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How do you think I should go about this ?
Through sports e.g. cycling, horse riding, gymnastics or tampons having regular sex so it stretches and it will eventually go. If you were with a guy who was smaller as well that could be why it hasn’t gone too.
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speak to a doctor.
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It could be an oversized and unique labia
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Talk to your GP
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This looks more like vaginal prolapse. You’re too young to be having this problem. Perhaps you’ve had frequent constipation? Unfortunately, the useless NHS will not consider offering treatment.
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