I'm 30 yrs old and I have been on my period for more than 2 weeks, and my vigina feels like it's contracting (if that makes sense to you). I thought I had a bladder infection, because when I go to the restroom my urine would have it's regular color and everything but it would leave my viginia area feeling sore like; but not painful, it felt like I had (ruff sex) or something. I don't mean to be disrespectful in the way I'm describing my issue, but I don't know no other way to let you know about my issue. I need to know what is going on! I can go without a panyliner and everything, but it appers after I wipe down there, I thought I was cut or something, but I used a q-tip to insert inside my vigina just to make sure it was coming from there; Yep it is! Please help me I think that Im really making it worse from STRESSING!
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