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    Default help -MAJOR TMI ALERT

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    i ill try to keep this short and as little tmi as possible...

    i have two children

    I gave birth to ds 3 and a half years ago - i had a second degree tear and received stitches

    and i gave birth to ds2 2 years ago - i had a slight graze

    anyway
    a few days ago i started get uncomfortable downstairs

    burning and stinging when i pee.. i started taking a spare script of ABs the doctor had given me if i get another uti...

    the next day i started getting really itchy down there so thought i had thrush so went and got cream and a tablet to treat it...

    anyway... ive not been itchy today but still uncomfy when i pee and just in pain..... so i had a look with a mirror and where i had my stitches with my first birth there is a decent cut/rip/tear.... i dont know how this has happened ..... i havent dtd in at least a week and a half... i havent had a new sexual partner if anyones thinking maybe an std...anyway could it have cut open somehow??? its def not from shaving... way too decent and its not been bleeding..... id like to avoid going to the doctor just wondering anyone might have any ideas or suggestions or advice if youve had a similar thing.




    im not pregnant

    TIA

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    Default Re: help -MAJOR TMI ALERT

    No I haven't had this but maybe get the Dr to have a look. In saying that though my skin gets quite dry at times and if it's dry enough can split/crack.

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    Default help -MAJOR TMI ALERT

    I would say the cut is from thrush and you're just getting urine on it making it uncomfortable when you pee.

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    Default Re: help -MAJOR TMI ALERT

    Sounds like a vaginal fissure. Like paper cuts .... I had these a lot before having kids and after I had a recurring one that was massive. Used to bleed, would never heal. I got a mild hydrocortisone cream from the drs put on very sparingly for a few days and it worked. Just go the the drs.

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