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Have pain inside vagina. Had external Genital warts. Advice?

I currently am having pain inside my vagina , i first experienced it a few months ago and had my boyfriend look and he had said it looks like a scratch or sore. I have had my period for a little over a week this month and the irritation has started again. I looked in the mirror and it looks like the source of pain is coming from a flat skin colored flap inside my vagina. I have been treated for external genital warts , but never any internally
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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In the current scenario, I would ask you to have a consultation with a specialist to evaluate further. The cause of the pain could be due to vaginitis, scars, warts, or skin flaps. Cervical causes also should be excluded. Please maintain genital hygiene and abstain from intercourse until further advice from your doctor. Your partner may also need to be examined and treated if necessary. Hope your query is answered. Take care.
Answered: Sun, 28 Jul 2013
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