I'm really miserable from this. My inner vaginal lips are extremely swollen and I have these paper-cut looking red cuts on the inside of my outer lips. I have fits of unbearable, random itching, especially after i go to the bathroom. I haven't had intercourse with a man for 12 months, however I've been seeing a woman recently that i know is clean. It hurts to have anything inside of me, and if I try I feel sore after. I've done a lot of research online and it seemed at first to be a yeast infection (which i have never had before). I used a three day medicine (Monistat), but it gave me unbearable cramping in my ovaries/stomache area and apparently didn't treat whatever my problem is. Could someone help me out with this? I can't go to the doctor for at least a week and I'd like to try and treat this before then.View Thread
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