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Peeling of skin in the vagina - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Vaginal and Uterus Health
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User :   hi
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can ihelp you
User :   I am scared i have vulva cancer and i'm only 16!!!?
In the past few months, i've had: moist skin "down there" that might have caused a little peeling. when peeled it was a little painful to pee. at soem point i had a black spot that could have been a blood blister but it went away. I have some brown spots down there that weren't always there. I just got out of the shower and did some normal clitorus masterbation, and i looked and one sign of my clit was bigger than the other.. does it seem like cancer? or could it just be how i only massaged it on one side? and that it being damp makes the skin peel?
User :   and i freak about things VERY easily
User :   lol
Doctor :   Cancer do not occur in this age
User :   are you positive
User :   what are things it could be?
Doctor :   it could be simple infction
User :   hmm
User :   okay thankyou. i just feel odd talkign to my parents abotu this.
Doctor :   do you have any white discharge
User :   just the normal kind i think?
Doctor :   any itching
User :   not really
Doctor :   any burnng sensation
User :   nope
Doctor :   Are you sexually active
User :   but when i had the peeling it did
User :   and nope
Doctor :   any other query
User :   nope
Doctor :   ok
User :   does that sound like normal body stuff though?
Doctor :   i did not get you

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