Ladies, have you ever had a vaginal scratch, and if so, how did you heal it? I hadn't realized I broke a nail and after using the loo, wiped and scratched the very inner fold right before my vagina. That was about 5 months ago and it seems to be going through a process of ALLLLmost healing, then coming back with a slight pain, irritability, and slight itching. I am unemployed and cannot afford to see a Dr or would done so sooner. Any suggestions, advice, comments? Thanks bunches!!View Thread
I am 21 and still a virgin. I plan on waiting to get married and have been with my truly supportive bf for 5 years now. While we don't have sex, every so often we still get frisky (who doesn't?!) and he will finger me (I hate that term, but have no other way of describing). It feels AHHH-MAZING. When I try to care for myself however, I just can't seem to make it work. Its like a blockage or something, as I guess I can't figure out how to stimulate myself emotionally or something cause it never feels anywhere near like him. Ive never been able to make myself orgasm. Im not ashamed or embarrassed, and would like to self-grow by learning about my body, but it seems difficult when I cannot reach that satisfaction that everyone speaks so highly of. I'm wondering if getting a vibrator would help. What do you ladies think? Anyone else have this issue? Thanks bunches
Also, please don't bash me for my decision to remain a virgin. I have been abused on other sites when trying to seek advice for this same question. While sexual status is everyone's personal decision and opinion, my bf and I have found this to be the best way to allow our love, respect, communication and overall relationship to grow rather than be hindered or swallowed by sex. Thank you all for your opinions and assistance View Thread
Thank you all for your wonderful support and advice! And thank you Georgia_Peach for your support also, I greatly appreciate it I will certainly be looking into your recommendation and am doing my research thoroughly before making a purchase. View Thread
Can Common warts (on the hand) be spread to a vagina? I know Genital warts and Common warts are different, although they are both caused by HPV. If my fiancé was to touch my genitals with his infected fingers, could i get HPV and be at risk for not being able to have children? Or could his infected fingers through masturbation lead to Genital warts and end with the same problem- HPV virus leaving us childless or at risk for other health issues? I've gone to about 10-15 different sites looking for the answer to this, but have only come up with things such as 'No, Common warts and Genital warts are made of two different HPV strands and you're not at risk' or 'Yes, this is extremely likely and you should see a doctor'. But we have no insurance, so I would prefer to seek advice before spending bunches of money on a doc visit. So any advice would be GREATLY appreciated! Thanks so much.View Thread
I think you're just worried. Your brain can make you freak out and think all these different things that are really pretty normal. My long-time BF and I have planned to not have sex until marrige but sometimes you well, just cant help yourself but feel that 'urge'. One time we experienced really good hand foreplay and because we're not sexually active (and i'm still a virgin), I'm not on birth control. So anyhoot, my period usually comes every 24-25 days EXACTLY, so you know i kinda freaked when i didn't start until 30 days! But everything turned out fine. So maybe its just your normal body, who knows? I would say to wait a little longer and see if any REALLY noticable symptoms occur and then either check with your doctor or take a pregnancy test. Hope it all works out for the best and I'm glad you're in a healthier relationship! -HippyShayView Thread
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