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Suggest treatment for labial swelling post non-penetrative sexual activity

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Posted on Mon, 30 Nov 2015
Question: Last night I performed oral sex on my wife for a very long time, and then we moved on to fingering, followed by intercourse. She said she was soar, but the following morning her labias were extremely swollen, and sensitive. I've had her ice it, and gave her ibuprofen hoping to stop the swelling. Should we be concerned and see a doctor? If not, how long until the swelling should go away, and will this permanently affect her in any way?
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Answered by Dr. Soumya (33 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
This will not affect permanently

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

I understand your concerns about labial swelling.

This labial swelling is caused by the trauma due to fingering and biting.

This swelling will reduce on itself slowly over a week. You will see it starting to reduce by tomorrow. It will not affect her permanently.

There is nothing to worry about it. No need to see a doctor as of now.

Let me know if you need anymore help.

Regards
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Brief Answer: This will not affect permanently Detailed Answer: Hi, I understand your concerns about labial swelling. This labial swelling is caused by the trauma due to fingering and biting. This swelling will reduce on itself slowly over a week. You will see it starting to reduce by tomorrow. It will not affect her permanently. There is nothing to worry about it. No need to see a doctor as of now. Let me know if you need anymore help. Regards