This question was answered on Tue 22, Feb 2011 09:38pm by Dr Venkatesh P

Why do my vagina lips swell up?

    
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Why do my vagina lips swell up?

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Answer by Dr Venkatesh P  on Tue 22, Feb 2011 09:38pm:

Hi, thank you for your question and for visiting the website. The swelling of the vaginal lips is not of concern, in most cases of vaginal or lips swelling there would be history of minor trauma from sexual, riding, dancing, and accidents or with any objects, infections like STDs, bacterial vaginosis could also be the cause. It the condition is caused due to trauma the swelling will disappear and if infection persists consulting gynaecologist would be the best option.

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