Ok so I have a few questions. Haven't been on here in a VERY long time but I am so thankful to have this website available. Question 1: My boyfriend and I recently had sexual intercourse, and once finished there was a HUGE wetspot on the bed. It literally looked like I had wet myself. It has never happened to me before but I asked some girlfriends and it had happened to them, but not everytime they engage in intercouse. What is the cause of this and is there any way to have it NOT happen? It was a bit embarrassing although he didn't mind. Question 2: I went and got checked up and was told I had Moscullum Contagiosum (spelling?), any suggestions on how to personally treat? Finally.. Question 3: Lately, I have felt like down below has a strong scent to it. I feel like I can constantly smell myself, although I shower on a daily basis. Is there any reasoning to it or is it just because it is so hot outside and I live in Vegas? Anything to be concerned about?
2. Did you ask the doctor that gave you the diagnoses? That would be best. Self medicating is never a good idea. From what I can find, this is a virus and doens't go away. The sources I found call it a cosmetic issue. You'll need to talk to a doctor about treament options.
3. Your vulva has a smell, and it's normal. As long as it isn't incredibly strong, foul, or fishy, then it's fine.
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