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Chafing is a common skin problem caused by any combination of friction, moisture, and irritating fabric. Prolonged rubbing on the skin makes your skin sting or burn, and you develop a mild, red rash. In severe cases, chafing will include swelling, bleeding, or crusting.
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Vulvitis is an inflammation of the vulva. The vulva is defined as the area outside the vagina between the legs and includes:. Mons pubis — fatty pads that are covered with pubic hair. Labia — Commonly referred to as the "lips of the vagina".
During and after this time, masturbation can become a normal part of your life. Masturbation is touching or rubbing your genitals. Girls often touch and rub their vulva which includes the clitoris, inner and outer labia, and vaginal opening.
ANY direct genital contact that is unprotected ALWAYS puts you at a potential risk of pregnancy when your partner has the genitals that could co-create one and sexually transmitted infections. The vulva is a wet place, and sexual fluids like ejaculate and pre-ejaculate are also just that, fluid. What sperm need to move in, so they can get to your uterusis a sexual fluid.
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Summer is great, but it does have its downsides. The high temperatures mean that things between you and bae can get a little too hot and heavy. If you shave or wax your pubic hair, all that friction between your sweaty, sticky, naked bodies can lead to uncomfortable or even painful external chafing during sex.
Vaginal boils are pus-filled, inflamed bumps that form under the skin of your vagina. These bumps can develop on the outside of the vagina, in the pubic area, or they can develop on the labia. Vaginal boils develop when a hair follicle becomes impacted and an infection develops in the follicle. The boil may start as a small, red bump and develop over the course of a few days into a swollen, painful spot with a white or yellow pus-filled tip.