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Hi OK all women have a discharge which changes odour and colour as you go through your cycle, and that's just normal, now if your talking about...
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Hi I think you should either see your doctor or gyno, but depending how long you have been on BC pills it may be time to take a couple of months off...
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Hi You pose some awkward questions, personal cleanliness is very important to all of us, and your vaginal health is a daily must do. OKIf you shave...
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Hi This really a visual thing, and does need looking at by your doctor, but is this skin or pubic hairs? But as its a visual thing and there is not...
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Sorry you are in pain!  Sometimes markers have little mold lines, and they can scrape, and so can the corners of the tips if they aren't...
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Hi What happens in your gut stays in your gut, your vagina is more or less self cleaning, but do only use natural soaps when cleaning your vagina...
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Hi If your shaving? yes, your shaving the wrong way pubic hairs always grow down, and if your shaving up, this makes then end of the hairs slip under...
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Hi So your on the BC pill and using condoms, great if he was a one night stand and a very wise thing to be doing against STD's, but from...
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It's possible, but not a guarantee.  If you are taking antivirals then the chance is less.
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There's no reason to judge you, it's a valid question.   The vagina is self cleaning, some of that discharge happens naturally to...
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Sea salt won't harm you if a little gets inside your vagina, but it might sting a bit because of the salt in the scratch or tear.  If it...
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If it's only anal and no semen dripped into the vagina, it's not possible.  STDs can be transmitted that way but not pregnancy.
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HI 123 See you back to um then, not a wise choice of the to stuff up your vagina then, I would say that you have scratched the inside of your vagina...
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Hi Here's a link from WebMD, you should find it helpfulhttp://www.webmd.com/drugs/drugreview-389-Encare+vaginal...
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