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Swollen labia minor, burns when peeing, blood noticed, hurting

Hello well I m worried because I think its my labia minora is swollen and it burns when I pee I notices this last night when my boyfriend was fingering me sorry for the exact detail but it started to hurt when he was doing it so I told him to stop then he noticed blood on his fingers and it hurt when I stood to go to the bathroom and check how do I make sure it isn t anything really serious
Asked On : Wed, 16 May 2012
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Hai, Labia minora may be swollen in any type of infection or inflammation of labia or adjacent parts. Even it may be due to yeast infection or any STD, Bartholin's abcess or any other non-venereal skin conditions like furuncle, hair folliculitis. Are associated with increase in discharge? Do you have any injury in your vulva? It may even be swollen due to generalized edema condition of your body. Better go to your gynecologist or dermato-venereologist as soon as possible get examined and investigated and get cured soon.
Answered: Thu, 17 May 2012
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