My vagina is itchy, red, inflamed, dry and swollen, HELP?


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I’m only 13, not sexually active and am still a virigin and don’t share underpants with anyone. Just today my vagina, not my labia, and everywhere around it started getting really extremely itchy and dry and isn’t sensitive. When I scratch, it would usually be very sensitive and would hurt or feel really weird but it doesn’t. The skin flaps around my vagina are extremely swollen. Everywhere is really dry, it’s very uncomfortable and I’m worried. I don’t want to get it checked out because it’s embarassing and I live with my dad. Please, someone, anybody, PLEASE help me.

By the way, I have no discharge and I have eczema on the inside of my elbows and neck, but i don’t have bumps on my vagina, so i don’t think it’s eczema.

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One Response to My vagina is itchy, red, inflamed, dry and swollen, HELP?

  1. Blah says:

    I used to have that same problem but I am sexually active but it is probably just a yeast infection. You don’t always get it from haven sex but you can go to the doctor and get a script or just go to a store and get monistat. If you still are haven problems after or it comes back just go talk to you doctor or too a paramist. Good luck.!

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