pain in vagina

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i have recently been having very mild pain inside of my vagina. i'm not sure how to explain the pain, but its somewhat sharp and is a "tender" kind of pain. i noticed it when i had sex last week, and i haven't had sex since but the pain has not really gotten much better (though it is still mild) i feel the pain only on the right side of my vagina than the other, and it is the side with the white lump . on the other side of my vagina, i also have this white patch covering a portion of the inside of my vagina. its not itchy.

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    Hi Kay,

    I would say get this checked out by GP surgery. if you are in the UK and on lockdown, you should be offered a telephone appointment where you can tell them about your symptoms and see what they say. White patches could be a fungal infection even without itching.

    We are not doctors here so can only comment on our own experiences and knowledge. For this reason I state that the best course of action would be talk to GP.

    Beverley

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    I agree with Beverley_01 yes you should go to you doctor or the relevant part of the hospital

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    i have the same type of pain one side of vagina - definitely not caused by sexual activity as i am post menopause and dont have a partner. pant liners have a fishy smell so im wondering if this could be bacterial vaginosis. i had this last year without the smell but got antibiotics from doctor so i think in my case its something thats going to occur again for whatever reason. please contact your surgery for advice even over the telephone.

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    I agree with Beverley if you are able to get a GP appointment to discuss it then ok if not arrange for a phone appointment

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