Update: The Little Girl Who Couldn't Feel Pain - Where Are They Now - Oprah Winfrey Network
You know, it's not often going to feel good to anyone to have someone just stick a finger into the vagina. There really aren't "tight girls" and girls who aren't tight. The tightness of your vaginal opening and vagina is mostly to do with how sexually aroused and relaxed you are, and if what someone is doing with you sexually feels good. It isn't any one way all of the time: it changes, based on that arousal and that relaxation. And generally, to get to that space, most people with vaginas can't just be sitting around watching the telly then have someone just jab a finger in there. Rather, for that to feel good, and not painful, you will probably need plenty of time to get sexually excited, and then other sexual activities that aren't about your vagina first and also often during vaginal sex of any kind, be it with fingers or with a penis.
They seem to be doing fine healing, but i guess you can never be too careful!
Possibly, does it burn when you urinate? If not, probably not. I would really have it checked out if it persists another 24 hours. Can't hurt, but I still say check it out. I hear you on the virgin thing, but it's a tough world out there, keep your mind open.
Anything is possible. Sorry Femal3, but I have to say this, you do NOT have a yeast infection, but from what you describe is a cyst, as others have told you. If you had a yeast infection, you would have a white thick discharge that itches and burns.
It does not settle into one spot, but covers your entire inner vaginal area. You can wait and soak with hot water, and see if that takes care of the problem.
It will get form a head, and eventually will start oozing out the infection. If it gets any worse, or more painful, a trip to the gynecologist is in order, as it can get very infected.
Please refrain from intercourse at this time, so you do not add more irritation. If someone could help me I too have the same problem, I kinda shaved my private part once and I'm afraid I over did it : my clitoris itch a lot and this morning, I noticed red bumps there. It burns a lot when I urinate and sometimes makes it impossible for me to walk or keep my legs close together.
What do I do? I have had this too. It was a long time ago when I was a little girl.
15 Perfect Paint Colors for Girls
I got a large white cyst in the skin folds next to my clitoris and I remember it was very painful. It is from debris collecting in the skin folds the clitoris has a little hood just like a mans uncircumcised penis and getting infected. You can try taking warm hip bath soaks several ties a day to try to clear out the area. Use as warm a water as you can without burning yourself-you can even add a little epsom salts if you want. Swish the water around the area and gently retract the clitoral hood to help clear out this debris.
If this doesnt help or it seems to be getting worse you may want to visit your gynecologist.
Do not rub with a towel. Pat youself after urinating instead of wiping. Just a couple more hints Mary, that is great advice for any female that has any infection in their vaginal area. Using a blow-dryer on cool is a very smart thing to do, better to dry off that way during this time period for the questioner.
I've had similar symptoms from yeast so the Monistat may help. DzooBaby's answer sounds like good advice too - and I've had yeast in that little area - and nowhere else. Her explanation of the anatomy explains it perfectly! Soaking in warm water cleans it out and brings oxygen to those tissues, which will help with yeast also. Give it a few days and if it's not better it will be time to see your doctor.
Kudos to you for being aware of your body and having the courage to ask for help. Regards - ElizaJane. Not all women exhibit noticeable symptoms when they have a yeast infection, especially if the infection is mild. However, typical yeast infection symptoms include:. Gynecologists recommend that if you have never had a yeast infection before, not to self-diagnose, but to have a doctor diagnose, as other bacterial infections can mimic yeast infections.
After you have had your first yeast infection, of which they have studied, women will get at least ONE yeast infection in their lifethen you can self-diagnose a yeast infection and treat accordingly.
BEAUTY IS PAIN -- 38 STRUGGLES ONLY GIRLS WILL UNDERSTAND
Hello msfino. Sunday afternoon, and Issac's on the move. Stay dry and safe. Thanks Mar, and P, we need the rain, and are stocked up on canned goods and water!! Also have gas for the generator,though I think Isaac has decided to terrorize New Orleans again.
I hope for everyones sake that this is NOT another bad one Awww trust me girl I know the feeling Its not easy hey try to wash with clean warm water followed by cold water frequently,and increase your yorghurt intake,I had symptoms of a yeast infection a couple of weeks back and I think frequent washing blow drying and yorghurt saved me.
I learned this from a top GYN at a very famous University when I had a problem with an exposed nerve that was very painful for me.
He reccomended also that soap is not necessary to clean down there, that plain water is most useful several times a day. It works too. No spreading of germs or infection at all Instead of using hands or fingers since I'm having the same symptoms with the clit being in pain because a bath didn't work and I felt it was just spreading germs I stood in the shower and took the shower head and had it spraying on my vagina for a while with warm and hot water until it felt as if the clit was feeling better.
I did make a mistake by drying with a towel I wasn't thinking so later I'll take another shower and remember to air dry since I do not have a blow dryer. I have no discharge and it only started hurting recently. It's like someone is pricking me and when I do touch it it hurts a lot. I read an article and a doctor wrote that masturbating can help with this problem, but with the pain I'm having I don't think I'm in the masturbating mood.
I guess the doctor is stating the women can get pain in their clit like men get pain by having blue balls because they aren't having sexual interaction all the time or when in need. The what's and whys. What has changed in your life? What if anything are you suffering from already that could be influencing the pain? It's 2 days now and are you still suffering the same problem?. What have you done about the pain and have you felt it has eased or gotten worse? Have you seen a doctor yet or have you planned a visit as that's one of the first things I would do.
Answer these questions and maybe someone else could help you to understand the problem. I hope this helps so that we can help you. It is best to see your doctor to be sure there is no infection or growth. Doing a sitz bath for comfort until you can be seen would not do any harm.
Tiny girl pain
Do not be afraid to call your doctor who is on call to desribe your symptoms. They might be able to put your mind at ease a little and give you advise that would carry you till the appt.
Dec 18, Irritation plays a role in painful urination in kids, most often in girls. Vulvitis is the term used to describe an irritation of the tissues of the vulva in females. Soap and bubble bath, especially highly scented items, contribute to vulvitis and painful urination in many girls. Aug 24, I have had this too. It was a long time ago when I was a little girl. I got a large white cyst in the skin folds next to my clitoris and I remember it was very painful. It is from debris collecting in the skin folds (the clitoris has a little hood just like a mans uncircumcised penis) and getting infected. We've decided we want to have sex but are both worried about the pain. And last night, he wanted to explore, and I told him go ahead. He tried to stick his finger in "the hole" and it hurt, very badly. I'm a pretty tight girl, and he had trouble getting even his pointer finger in. Now, it's the next morning and it's still a little .
Just be sure to call first thing Monday morning to get an appt. Plus if you speak to the doctor they might make sure you get an appt. If you use any type of antibiotic cream like Monistat it will make it more difficult for them to test you for yeast or bacterial vaganosis. Hope you feel better soon. I thought Monistat was an anti-fungal, and kills off some Candida, not an antibiotic.
I learn something new every day on this site. Monistat is a medicine that fights off yeast that is correct but for testing for infection the monistat does alter the test. That is why they always say days with nothing in the vagina before an exam. Though sometimes things are just so bad one has to do what one has to do! I do aree it is an antifungal but for whatever reason my doctors also calls it a vaginal anitbiotic htat fights of an infection.
They are more than likely saying that so that it's easier for most patients to understand I wasn't trying to be nasty or anything with youso I hope that you didn't take it that way Sheila I recently used monistat and actually it says antibiotic on the box now since it is treated as a medication for infections. When I had used it a few days before my exam my doctor actually told me what you just wrote and I had to tell her I couldn't sit in pain for four days and then an extra three while they figure out what is wrong.
BettyOwen Did they find out what the problem was?
Mar 22, Young Girl Cannot Feel Pain - Today we look at a video uploaded by ABC News of a Young Girl Who Cannot Feel Pain: Young Girl Cannot Feel Pain, Battles Rare Medical Condition CIPA | Good Morning Author: Cyrus. A few causes of abdominal pain are specific to teenage girls (1) (4). Dysmenorrhea (Cramps and pelvic pain with menstruation): This condition is associated with painful cramps during menstruation and is the most common problem in girls among all age groups.
The reason I put the info out there about waiting for using anything vaginally until you saw the doctor was so they could perform any test needed. Most women know when it is yeast and usually the doctor would call in Diflucan or you can get over the counter Monistat. When anyone has bumps or pains they can not explain it is very important to see the doctor. Hi, I'm responding to the added info. It could be something or it could be nothing. It may be some type of an infection that you may or may not have gotten from your bf.
I hate to say that, but it's true. Get checked out and soon.
Hi Msfino, one never knows what their significant other is up to. Although she sounds like he is a trustworthy guy, I would get it checked.
Thanks for the back up E, Mac. This is directed towards Mac but applies to everyone During the 90's I did some work for the CDC mainly holding seminars at the university I was attending at the time.
I also went into gay bars handing out condoms and informative brochures. Protect yourself and your partner. If you're having a painful clitoris, try this first: have someone check it out up close with a flashlight while you pull back the hood or try to look yourself with a mirror. When I had a very painful, sensitive clitoris, it hurt anytime I moved, shifted, wiped, etc.
I wanted to share to hopefully help someone else out. This saved my life! Thank you for your comment. Digging the minty goodness? Incredibly versatile, this popular color looks as beautiful with bold shades of red and yellow as it does with soft pastel hues.
Feeling a little color envy? Snag this look for yourself with Sherwin Williams "Spa Blue". Charlotte Love Interiors. Vivacious coral brings life and energy to any space, combining the femininity of pink with the refreshing vitality of orange.
Your favorite flavor of ice cream can inspire more than a rumbling tummy. With its milk-chocolate walls and creamy white and strawberry pink accents, this one-of-a-kind Instagram find from Emilee Stucky is just too sweet! Craving a sweet combo of your own? Instead of choosing a pastel yellow, opt for a soft, butter-colored ivory, like the shade featured in this sweet, girly room from Project Nursery. One Kings Lane.
A deliciously bold berry-stain pink makes this otherwise neutral space spotted on One Kings Lane really pop. Give her the old "Razzle Dazzle" by Benjamin Moore. Greige -a subtle combination of brown and grey-may not seem like the girliest of colors, but this versatile neutral offers the perfect backdrop for a space full of candy-colored sweetness.
Arielle Elise. Often overlooked, peach is one of the most flattering and versatile shades of pink. Looking for the perfect shade? Warm and comforting, this pretty hue never fails to create a cozy space.
Want to play copycat? Blush Pink. Muted Aqua.