Swollen Virgina?

Answer

A swollen vagina (not Virginia) might be caused by one of many factors. Most commonly, swelling in this area is caused by trauma to the vaginal walls due to friction from sexual intercourse. Some swelling might be caused by an allergic reaction to things like spermicides or lubricants or even contraceptive gels. Swelling can also be caused by an infection in the vaginal area or some kinds of tumors that develop slowly over time. Cysts might also cause vaginal swelling.
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