Okay, so I was masterbating and I may jhave been a little rough with myself. There was some blood but i figured I was on my period, so I popped a tampon in - no worries Next morning though, nothing, it was like a ghost period.
Past couple days though my vaginal lips are really kind of stingy. It fades after a while into a dull ache but it is very uncomfy if they rub on anything or anything.
I was wondering what could be causing this pain? I have applied some antiseptic (checked the label, it was okay) in the hope it would do some good. Its my birthday party this weekend and I'd rather not be so uncomfortable.
I had a past boyfriend who I was sexually active with, and with my current one i have been only to third base (oral).
I am very worried that there is something wrong with me! xD Pelase help.
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It's likely that what's happened is just a bit of a scrape from being a bit too rough or not having enough lubrication. If it doesn't go away in the next couple of days, it would be a good idea to check in with a doctor, but for now just keep the whole area clean and dry, wear looser clothing and don't put anything on it. (Antiseptic creams really aren't designed for genital use, and can cause more problems than they fix.)
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