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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Vaginal and Uterus Health
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User :   hello
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :  
how can i help u?
User :   i need to know whats i have
Doctor :  
ok
User :   i have a sore at the bottom opening of my vagina.
User :   i think i just ripped it but i don't know for sure
User :   can you help me?
Doctor :   ok

Doctor :  
from how many days u are having this problem?
User :   i just noticed it yesterday
Doctor :   is there any itching sensation?

User :   no
User :   theres like a small spot with a black/gray head and it hurts to touch.
Doctor :  
whats ur age?
User :   18
Doctor :  
are u sexually active?
User :   yes
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :  
it may be STD
User :   even though i have only had sex with one person
Doctor :   U WILL get infected if ur partner is having similar infection
User :   but hes not and hes never had sex with any one other than me
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :   according to me that may be herpis infection
User :   how would i have gotten it though?
Doctor :  
herpis is not only transmitted through sex,we can get it even with out having sex
User :   how do you get it without having sex
Doctor :  
that is viral infection
Doctor :   aa virus can infect u easily fif ur immunity power is weak
User :   could it be because i ripped my vagina
User :   and the new spot ripped got exposed to air and became sore
Doctor :   i dont think that would be the reason XXXXXXXX
Doctor :  
it is defnetly due to infection
User :   could it be a yeast infection
Doctor :  
yes may be
Doctor :  
we can differentiate th infection after physical examination
User :   so should i go get one of those test from the store and see
Doctor :  
rather than test it is physical examination which is more helpfull
User :   so go to the gyno
Doctor :  
yes
User :   when you have a yeast infection does it hurt to pee
Doctor :   u are having pain at the begining or else end of peeing?
User :   end
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
do u have any discharge?
User :   more than normal
User :   but not like a ton
Doctor :  
which colour?
User :   white
Doctor :  
ook
Doctor :  
then it may be yeast infection
Doctor :  
yeast or herpes 50_50
User :   is it normal to get sores from a yeast infection?
Doctor :  
but defnetly not because of ripped vagina
Doctor :   infection can happen easily when u are sexually active

User :   how often after sex can you get a yeast infection
User :   how quickly?
Doctor :   there is nothing like often

Doctor :  
lack of personal hygeine also will lead to yeast infection
User :   ok
Doctor :  
are u convinced or else still u have doubt ?
User :   convinced i think haha
Doctor :  
haha good
User :   if i had sex and didn't shower until the next day could that have caused me to get a yeast infection
Doctor :   yes
User :   ok.
User :   is it from like the lube being there?
Doctor :  
not washing lube away?
User :   yea
Doctor :  

we cannot put the blame specifically on lubes
Doctor :  
its lack of hygeine with less immunity
Doctor :  
u there?

User :   yes im here
Doctor :   u there?
Doctor :   ok

Doctor :  
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Doctor :   u there?
Doctor :   hi
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