and nothing was discovered i would assume you are fine.
sometimes when you really scrutinize things down there, you tend to notice every tiny little thing and worry.
It really depends on the situation and my gut feeling.
That’s not very scientific, but it’s done me right so far.
So a friend of mine had the same thing a couple months ago. I'm not saying this is what it is, but i do recomend going to the doctor about it. I was told nothing was wrong, but I was diagnosed once but I let 3 other professionals have a look and they said it was nothing. The female body is something else I noticed those before.
I was told nothing was wrong, but I was diagnosed once but I let 3 other professionals have a look and they said it was nothing. The female body is something else if you were just at the dr.
I was looking at my vagina in the mirror and I noticed that inside on one side there were 3 small white bumps in a line. What could those bumps be and what can I do to get rid of them or treat them? Her doctor said that about 70% of people in Maine have it, 90 in CAlifornia.
I dont understand that how is it possible that i only have it? How do people continue to have a sex life if u can always transmit the disease? In that time, the most common question we’ve gotten from guys centers on how to increase their confidence with women.When a man interacts with a woman, his greatest fear is sexual rejection and humiliation.I’ve been around the world a few times, fucking thousands (yes thousands) of women as I’m made my way from one place to the next.It took a while, but it was a fun mountain to climb, I would like to say that I’ve used condoms one-hundred percent of the time, but that would be a big lie and I prefer to be truthful with my readers.