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The Any Key
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This is new; as of Saturday night, while working, I began to feel a pain when I walked. Not a terrible pain, but pain nonetheless. I have found that the left side of my vulva is tender and feels... well, the best way I can phrase it is this. If it were my upper arm, it would feel like it were stiff from lifting things for a day. It being my vulva, I'm not sure how to respond to that. It hasn't been lifting things, that's for sure.

Thoughts? Help?

My Karma Ran Over Your Dogma

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Wierd, unexplained pain tends to be something that should get checked out by a doctor. So if this persists, go ahead and give your gyn a call.

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