You have to get it out.
You have no choice.
Your vagina has been damaged by an unwanted vaginal ring.
You want to heal.
The pain will subside.
The itching will subdue.
Your pain is so severe, you can’t even see your clitoris.
You can’t imagine how you could possibly be able to get this ring out without pain relief.
But, you know, that’s not the way you see it.
If you don’t have any choice, you’re going to need to try to relieve it.
You’ll need to get the ring out, and you’ll need some kind of a pain reliever.
You may have heard of pain relief pills, but you’ll never use one.
They’re too painful to use.
They don’t do the trick.
You know what they don’t work for?
The soreness and pain that come with vaginal intercourse.
You’re not going to be able do this with an ice pack.
You don’t need to use any ice.
Your body can’t process pain.
You need to go to the doctor.
You might be able get your cervix cleaned out by doing some manual labor, but it’s going to take a doctor to get rid of the ring.
So, you have to do something.
If you can, take a deep breath, close your eyes, and try to think of something you can do.
If your vagina has a ring, it’s time to heal it.
If it doesn’t, you might want to seek medical help.
You are not alone.
According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, more than 80% of women will experience some kind or another of discomfort during intercourse, but there are no known effective remedies for vaginal soreness.
You will need to seek out the help of a doctor.
Your health care provider is going to have a lot of questions for you, including what you can and can’t do to get relief.
Do you want to get pregnant?
Is it possible that you may be at increased risk of sexually transmitted infections?
What about pelvic inflammatory disease, and how will that affect your ability to have children?
Are you taking birth control?
You might have heard that birth control pills are good for you because they reduce your risk of becoming pregnant.
But the studies are mixed.
There are no studies that show a decrease in the risk of pregnancy after taking birth over the pill.
That’s what makes it so important to use a birth control pill.
You do have a choice, however.
You could try to make yourself feel better by wearing a bandage over your vagina.
It’s a little trick you can use to relieve some of the discomfort.
Or, you could try a vaginal ring, but be careful to use it sparingly.
If the pain gets so bad that you can barely see your vaginal opening, it is important to call a doctor, who will likely recommend some pain relief medication.
A vaginal ring is not going a cure for the pain.
The ring doesn’t do anything to stop the bleeding, and the pain won’t go away.
If vaginal pain is going away, it could be because you are bleeding, not because you’ve had sex.
The most common reason women get vaginal ring pain is that they have an infection.
You probably have an STD.
You should call your doctor if you think you might have an STI.
You also might have some other health problems, such as vaginal dryness.
If there is no infection, you probably won’t need a vaginal bandage.
But if you’re in pain, or if you don-t want to go through with the bandage, you’ll probably want to see a doctor for a vaginal examination.
Your doctor will be able determine if there are any medical issues you have that might need to be addressed.
A doctor will also be able check your cervis, vagina, uterus, and ovaries for any signs of infection.
A simple exam is a good first step.
But a doctor will need more specialized tests, like an ultrasound, to determine if any problems are causing the pain, and if they’re the cause.
The good news is that if you’ve got symptoms, there are ways to get treatment.
You’ve got options.
You can go to a health care professional who will take a blood test to check your cervical mucus and make sure you’re not having an infection and to determine whether you need to see another health care practitioner.
Or you can ask your partner to get a pelvic exam to see if they can feel the discomfort and make certain that it’s not due to an STD or STI that has spread to your partner.
You and your partner can also use a vibrator to stimulate your vagina to get some relief.
You really don’t want to have sex until your partner is comfortable and has had a vaginal exam.
Even if you have no problem, you should talk to your doctor about your options and the kind of relief you can expect from a vaginal