Vagina bubbles?

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so i know this title is weird but pls hear me out. I've been suffering from this for years its uncomfortable for me to even wear underwear at this point because of it so i have to wear shorts or something underneath my clothes instead. Sometimes i have to move around when i sit because it like air bubbles out of you're vagina like an everyday thing. It's so uncomfortable and i need help. I went to the hospital yesterday and the doctor they gave me told me it was normal and it happens. But i refuse to go with that answer i need help. Like asap .

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    This happens to me too and it drives me nuts and im always moist! no smell though. I stopped wearing underwear as well.

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    In my opinion it is an infection.

    I have had vaginal air uncomfortableness. My GP was dismissive about this as was the Gynaecologist when they should have addressed the problem which was awful. A friend said to me it sounds like an infection. I got antibiotics and it went. I could not go out because of it or socialise as it was awful and embarrassing. Shame on the professional medics who just could not be bothered.

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      im sorry to hear that and thanks for sharing! they gave me metronidazole yesterday as an antibiotic and honestly i just want this to be over its sad because this has become my normal day of living , living uncomfortably no one should have to go through this i just hope i reach the right care facility that'll actually help me .

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      I dont see how its an infection when its common with girls and women. my young daughters have this issue and they dont have a vaginal infection and neither do i. its just something i have delt with my entire life.

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    Under wear is a issue because we supposed to let our vagina breathe if it don't then our vagina begin to moist which can cause it as well but I read heavy on seasalt baths and goggle it and that drys up dead skin and bacteria out our bodies and refresh it I'm going to do that next I did all the antibiotics already

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