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Friday, December 18, 2009 truebink, Community Member, asks

Q: I have cut on my vagina , from having sex and now it wont heal.

i was having sex and i when diry and he keep going any ways, so now me skin donw there feels like i have cuts, it burning when i pee, i been taking amoxicillin just to see if it will help any.. what should i do???

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Merely Me, Health Guide
12/18/09 6:00pm

Hello

 

How are you getting an antibiotic?  You really should not be taking medication if you don't know what it is you are dealing with.

 

May we ask if you used protection?  Is there any chance you have an STD?  Cuts or ulcer like abrasions can be a sign of genital herpes.  I would definitely schedule an appointment with your doctor or gynecologist to rule out any STD's.  It could be anything though including some sort of infection.

 

Please see your doctor right away!

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HAPPY2HELP, Community Member
12/19/09 10:52pm

 (this may sound like a simple solution but it has been tried & proven me & by many other cultures) "POMEGRANITE JUICE" somthing in this magical fruit will strengthen skin & muscles & scar healing in the private parts & give fortified sexual function In both males & females it will assist recovery of youthfull sexual strength & in men even give 62% increase in erection sustenance (sourced from page 27 & 28 0f the angel juicer manual) I dont think the pommegranite juice in the bottle from the supermarket will be much better than a soft drink or soda - you need to get the whole fruit of the pommegranite & juice them in the angel juicer as it is the only juicer in the world to extract live nutrients from the seeds & fruit which is what you need (it will taste  sweet & resiny but its not too bad) the amoxicillin may be a quick fix but it will not stop your problem from happening again - the pomegranite will toughen you up like never before !!! I got my second hand angel juicer on ebay in australia & i have never looked back !!! pomegranites are pretty common in the supermarkets these days too !!! good luck with your weeeeee problem - cheers HAPPY2HELP.     

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