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krazygurl
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Ok so after sex is it weird for your vagina to swell a little? Get back to me
Thanks
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dailicious
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Not weird at all; there are a couple reasons it could be happening. The first, and most likely and common, is because when aroused, it's natural for the genitals to swell (due to more blood flow in the area). Also, it's possible that if you weren't using enough lubrication, the swelling could be caused by some minor irritation from friction.

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krazygurl
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ok thank you so much this helps me from worrying.
thank you again!

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