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So this has been going on for awhile throughout my life starting from the age 11. My vagina hurts and throbs whenever I watch porn or a sex scene in a movie. But that's not all though! When I'm holding hands, kissing, spooning, or even just cuddling, it throbs down there. And it gets worse if I try to stop it by crossing my legs. I try not to thinkg about it. And I think it goes away or it doesn't throb as much if I don't get close to someone. Sigh...what's wrong with me? What a diaster. Someone tell me its normal? What should I do about it!
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This is normal ... This is due to an increased rate of blood flow to the area. It's nothing to worry about.

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