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Are itchy vaginas normal

By Anonymous August 7, 2016 - 4:40am
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I am 14 and on and of for almost a year now I've had really weird stuff going on with my vagina. I think it started when I was mastrubating and I remember getting an itch so I scratched it but the itch just got worse and worse until it burned. Then when I went for a wee and it stung like mad. Then for the next few days I tried not to touch it but I still kept getting bad itches at really random times and i tried not to itch it this happened until it stopped hurting when I went to the toilet. This kept happening frequently for a few weeks. I also ended up having a cut (that felt like a paper cut) on the bit of skin between my anus and vagina and every time I get an itch and this all happens it seems to reappear in the same spot (i have it today). After a few months of this happening I decided to have a look and I had big red patches and spots with dry skin covering and surrounding my vagina ( also I have cuts all over the vaginal lips and above my clit and now I think they made scars as all different bits of skin fold over each other now and it just all looks weird) I looked up the syptoms I though I had something called jock itch. I told a few friends but as to scared to talk to my mum. After a week or two it went away but I still seem to get really bad itches.

Also I don't know whether this has anything to do with it but it really smelt the other day. HELP!!!!i, really scared that there is something wrong?!?!?

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