Conditions with symptom: 'tender vagina'
On my vagina I have a yellowy strip that you can when opening the vagina. Im not sure what it is but is quite tender.
Hi, this may be thrush as its a yellow/white colour. . Try and get some cream, it will be the best answer.
I am a 16 year old girl and I was a virgin until maybe June when my boyfriend and i started to have sex. He told me that he doesn't have any stds and I believed him. We had sex on this sunday(and Tuesday) and my period came(Sunday). Ever since then, my vagina has been tender to the touch and itched lots. This has never happened before cause we have had sex with a condom when I had my period. Today is Thursday, and my period has stopped. And my question is," whether or not, the tender to the touch and itchiness was caused by when we had sex on my period, or cause he might have really passed a std onto me without him knowing?
Swollen tender vagina what could it he?
It could be a infection.
I have a friend who is a 62 year old man and he has developed a tender left breast, it is only tender to touch. could you tell me what this is please.
after a hernia op i have had very tender testical on the right side been 18 months since the op sometimes it is quite painful other times just tender to touch or if i happen to lightly knock it while getting dressed .
I've recently noticed some little spots on the outside of my vagina and they are really sore and tender... I've only had sex with my boyfriend an he's only had sex with me so does anyone know what they could be? please put my mind at rest...
I have a small lump in my vagina, it looks a bit like a raised spot. It is tender to touch but doesn't cause me any other discomfort. I've had it for quite a while now. Any advice please?
I have the exact same thing, I asked my mum if she would have a look at it in case it was anything serious but all it is, is some excess skin. I don't think there is any need to worry. I'm not sure if you can remove it, go to your local GP if it gives you quite a lot of discomfort just in case.
I have had a lump on my vagina lip for the last few months the last couple of days it seems to have got bigger and is tender to the touch now it never used to be I'm slightly worried.
im 16 and ive recently gotten the bar or implanon in my arm. after a few days i found my vagina stinging, and my boobs really tender? is this normal or will i have to get it checked out?
I am also on implanon and have today just had checks done for the same reason but i have had the implant in now for 5 months, I was advised that it would more then likely be my body adjusting to the implant, but I would advise you to still get it checked out as its better to be sure as any abnormal symptoms or changes are best checked by your doctor.
Hi, I have Implanon too, been in for a year, and the only issue i had was migraines for a week or so. I've never heard of it affecting the vagina like that, boobs maybe because it's extra hormones being put into your body but I would defo get everything checked out, it might not be the right thing for you to use as contraception.
Hey im 13,my boobs are somtimes tender I wouldn't say I can feel lumps but some parts are more tender,it carn't be because I'm starting my period becaause I have had mine for a year now!but they have been like this for about a year and a half, I don't want to tell my mum or see my gp ... I am a b cup if somone. Could help then most apresiated!!
if you're 13 and you're already a B cup i would have no worries what so ever... and if they feel tender or itchy or like they're tingling its only because they're growing.....
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