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after having rough sex the other night i woke up with extrime discomfort around my vagina, it was all swolen, had multiple cuts and looked all inflamed like all the skin had been torn, it is very painful how can i make it heal an avoid having this problem again? please help asap
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replied April 3rd, 2012
Hello,

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Cuts and swollen skin occurs when it becomes irritated by the friction caused by rubbing against other skin or against a foreign material.If there is any change in the color or odor of vaginal discharge then a vaginal infection can be suspected.
Apart from that warts can also cause these symptoms and might be possible that it has flared up now.It is difficult to comment without a clinical examination.
Some suggestions:
1)You can apply some calamine lotion at the rash as it will help in soothing the skin.

2)Application of a topical antibiotic cream like Bactroban or Neosporin and oral antiinflammatories after a prescription from your doctor are helpful in reduction of the redness and inflammation.

3)Wear loose cotton undies and avoid tight fitting clothes.
If the symptoms worsen consider visiting a Gynaecologist for evaluation.
Take care!


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