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So, my boyfriend was playing with me a while ago, opening up my labia to lick at my clit better,... but then it started hurting, then there was blood everywhere. Now I've got a nice big cut on my inner labia. It stings like a bitch! I'm wonder what I should do about it: to make the pain stop, to prevent infection, and if I'll get some kind of nasty scar tissue? Please help me *twitches*
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Really all you can do is abstain from sexual activity (partnered and personal) until this heals. It will heal itself just fine--if you let it alone.
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