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    Slightly burning inside of vaginal lips
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    An_250152 posted:
    For the past 4 days I have had slight burning inside my vaginal lips. It doesn't burn when I urinate, and it's not excrutiating but I cannot have intercourse because it's irritated. When I wipe after I urinate, it burns or any other time I touch it. It 100% isn't an STD, my husband and I have only been with each other. It also doesn't have a smell and does not produce any discharge. It feels like a rash might if it were down there. I haven't changed detergents, soaps, condoms, etc. and wear cotton underwear. Not sure what it could be?
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