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Experiencing vaginal numbness, dryness without itchiness. What is the reason?

Hello I have been experiencing vaginal numbness for over a week. It became numb first, then started to get really dry, but it s not as dry now. It s still just as numb. I am only 16. Never had sex, so it s not an STD . It doesn t burn or itch so I don t think it s an infection. I m not on any medication and havn t started using any new soaps/perfumes. I can still feel clitoral stimulation, but everything else either hurts or feels numb, and I have never had a problem with this before, it has never felt this way. What else do you think could have caused this all of a sudden?
Asked On : Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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welcometo hcm. i have always insted in my answer to add you enviorment with the problem.
if u r tean age this is normal hormonal activity of you body. god has given every one bilogical clock, it works automatically. and base parents family history plus you developing enviromeny you have in your friends and your one attide.. try to study all and kindely think, this is not givenig lacture , it my envoirmental surbey wich i have doing past 10years.
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Answered: Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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