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Hello. Recently i have wanted to check if I'm a virgin or not so i spread my 2 legs apart and using a mirror i checked the hole where a baby comes out of. After that day i have been getting blood out of my butt, but i am not sure if its our of my butt hole that its coming out of or my hole where babies come out of. It doesn't drip or anything. When i wipe my butt with a tissue paper i see blood on the paper. What can be the cause of this? Also on my vagina, the two lips, i have extra skin on one side of it and it have this small little white thing on it like a small dot. What is that? I have had this extra skin for about a couple of years now. i didn't have it when i was born. even though i have all this i don't feel any pain or anything. is it safe for me to have sex? if i don't want to go to my parents and i want to see a doctor and i am 17 years old who can i see without telling my parents about it. Does this mean i can't have children when i grow up? Can i conceive a child?


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replied March 8th, 2010
Sexual Health - Women Answer A10491
Hi,

Welcome to the ehealthforum. I am glad to help you out. The presence of blood while wiping can have 2 sources. Either it’s the menstrual blood which normally comes during the menses, if you are having you menses currently. The other possibility is that it’s coming from the anus and for the same; you will need to undergo further examination by a surgeon to find the underlying cause. It could be due to haemorrhoids (piles) or anal fissure. These are the 2 commonest causes of anal bleeding. The slight extra bit of skin around the vaginal orifice is absolutely normal and you need not worry about the same. There are a lot of glands in the vagina responsible for producing the vaginal juices. The white dot could possibly be one of the openings of the glands in the vagina. I don’t think you should have any problems in having the sexual intercourse. Having said so, I’ll suggest consulting a gynaecologist and getting yourself examined and clarifying all your doubts.

It’ll be good to share your anxieties & apprehensions with your mother as the mother is the best friend of the daughter. However, you can always go to the doctor straightaway. I sincerely hope this information helps. Take care.



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