10:51 am - 03/28/2009

Monster Labia?

So long story short, last night I hooked up with an ex and we had sex. He does have a larger penis and usually we would need to start slow so I could get comfortable and then we would be fine.
We started having sex sans condom, it was pretty intense as the break up is sorta fresh (you know, one of those) so that happend in various positions for a while then we got the condom on and continued.
Anyway this morning, as I am using the washroom I look down and notice my left inner labia is HUGE ..bigger then my outter labia and very swollen. My left side is the same but not as bad. I am sore, but nothing insane and I dont feel any tears or anything.
Just so I am not freaking out all day,
Has this happend to anyone before? Rough sex, weird angles = swollen vag? Maybe the condom had someting to do with it? I have a slight sensitivity to latex but we have used them in the past.
I feel like my vag has been like, vaccum pumped or something.
g0omba 28th-Mar-2009 03:18 pm (UTC)
this happened to me a couple times for virtually all the same reasons... not sure what to really do about it, besides :( and wear comfortable clothes.
its_raining_jen 28th-Mar-2009 03:56 pm (UTC)
This has happened to me before; I think it's just friction that made it swell.

Try putting something cold on it and taking some ibuprofen and see if that helps. :)
paperispatient 28th-Mar-2009 03:58 pm (UTC)
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screaminecstasy 28th-Mar-2009 10:59 pm (UTC)
thanks thanks and thanks guys!!!! the swelling has gone down and im less freaking out.
jadeserenity 28th-Mar-2009 11:41 pm (UTC)
That's happened to me directly after sex, like the in hours after it, before. Never woken up with it that way, but have definitely had times where I went to pee after sex and was like "holy crap I am really swollen" and it sorta freaked me out. Cool water over the lady bits and no panties or just very comfy cotton ones to bed and it's always sorted itself out with a bit of time. :)
sandi1743 29th-Mar-2009 05:07 pm (UTC)
as someone that started off with a latex sensitivity that developped into an allergy - switch to non-latex condoms NOW!
i am in the medical field thus have been exposed to latex for years and stopped using latex in the lab/hospital and just used them for sex - HUGE mistake...The Skynn condoms are actually bigger than most of the other non-latex condoms out there and have a decent amt of give to them as well and have the same protection as latex.
renee_de_la_mer 2nd-Apr-2009 07:08 am (UTC)
I was bit on the right inner labia once by a mosquito. I had just finished having sex and was slumped, afterglowing, with one leg thrown over my boyfriend's near leg. And all of a sudden there was this pinch! I went up and had a shower, I thought I'd pulled a hair or something - and when I went to soap between my legs, WHOA WTF IS THAT, my inner labia was enormous and painfully sensitive and the soap stung! Not a lot of fun.

Vulvas appear to be remarkably resilient. Ditto the above comment - avoid latex (is there an allergy test for that?). But yes, friction can absolutely make your labia swell. It's a form of irritation, just like a bug bite or scratching a lot. Irritation swells tissues up, and vulvar tissue is easily engorged with blood or fluids.
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