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Vaginal swelling
There's a little swelling and light pain at the opening of the vagina. No itching just swelling . What can it be? What should I do?
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It can be due to infection Share pics of the lesion if possible
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May be due to vaginitis or forceful sexual intercourse if had,just wash with  lukewarm water of betadine lotion frequently if get relive better if not consult in person
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It can be related to your cycles. If the pain increases or is associated with irritation or discharges, you may need to investigate further. But if its mild, its mostly cyclical and you may just observe for increase in severity. For the pain, you can take some paracetamol.
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Paracetamol and most importantly observing for aggravation in the said symptoms
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Wash the area with soap, keep it dry and avoid tight fitting underwear / clothes.
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