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Inner vagina swollen. More discharge than normal, doesn't smell. How to cure?

I have noticed that the interior of my vagina has been a little bit swollen.. and I thought that I might be ovulating but it hasn t gone away in almost two weeks. I recently noticed that on the interior vaginal wall close to the opening there is about a quarter size patch that feels sort of like a soft honey comb.. or pores.. But I ve been having a little bit more discharge than normal, but it doesn t smell.
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello ma'am.

Your presentation is a little vague and I woukd quite frankly say that a physical examination would be required to confirm the cause. But the possible causes coukd range from friction caused due to sexual intercourse, infections, hormonal imbalances, a cyst, among other causes. Please do visit your doctor for a more detailed physical evaluation.

Hope this helps.

God bless.
Answered: Wed, 16 Oct 2013
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