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A vaginal or labial cut or tear is a painful split, crack or break in the mucous membrane (skin) inside the vagina, on the inner or outer labia (vulva), on the perineum, or around the clitoris or clitoral hood. Simple cuts, usually heal on their own within a week and are most often caused by everyday activities like hair removal, foreplay, and sexual intercourse. They usually don’t leave any lasting marks. Wiping gently and using a soft toilet paper or moistened wipe might help. Your doctor can examine you if you are still concerned.