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emii1073
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I am waiting for my mom to make an appointment to see a gynecologist but in the meantime I am freaking out.

Last weekend I stayed with my partner for several days and we bought a dildo to play with. I have only had penetrative sex with anything more than fingers one other time and it was entirely without incident. But this toy was shaped badly, the head felt like it was pulling me inside out when I took it out of my vagina. It has a really defined, rigid, mushroom like head and I only pulled it out a few times because it hurt a little and caused me a lot of discomfort to do it. I also received penetration with fingers and lots of general attention to my vaginal opening/corona.

When I got home my vulva felt different. It's a little sore in some places sometimes, particularly when I masturbate or pee. I get wet differently than I used to, like the consistency of my wetness is different. And the thing that's seriously freaking me out is that it feels different externally. My vaginal opening has a lot of thick muscular tissue outside it, almost covering the hole and it's so much that it's all the way up near my urethra, right under my clit. This is weird for me because I used to have much more space between the two.

Could this be that the dildo pulled my muscles out? it feels like my opening is more accessible and further out from my body, it used to be much more tucked away and internal. The muscle tissue is really thick and kind of hard and it hurts a little. Everything looks basically the same but it feels different.

My mom says it might just be hormonal changes because I'm growing up, I'm about to be 19. My mom doesn't exactly know I'm sexually active

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Heather
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Ultimately, this is one of those things where we just can't even guess, because someone who can actually see and examine you is the only person who is going to know what -- if anything beyond some temporary swelling that is just hanging on -- is going on right now.

However, the muscles of the vagina can't be "pulled out," so that is not something you need to be concerned about.

(Also, be still my beating heart: you called the hymen the corona! [Smile] )

How about you go ahead and make that appointment so you don't have to wait? All making an appointment generally involves, after all, is a phone call.

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