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Virgin, swollen labia minora, swelling re-appeared after course of medicines finished. Cause?

hello, i am 22. my concern is about my labia minora . mine is slightly swollen for around 4yrs. 4yrs before, i already ask a dr & she gave me a medicine. she said that my labia minora swollen due to the blood capillaries but i never had sexual intercourse yet. after i take that mine is back to normal but unfortunately after the medicine finish, mine swollen again. can anyone explain my problem?
Sun, 10 Jun 2012
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If you don't have any symptom of pain or discharge or any discomfort then you may forget it.
It is not possible for labia minor to be swollen for four years because of some disease and not cause any problem to you.
It could just be a slight anatomical variation.
If your concerns don't go away after reading this,you may consult a very good gynecologist at some good hospital.
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