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  • Vagina problems. please help!

    Ok so this is kind of weird for me to share but i am just hoping someone can help me! I appreciate any advice or personal experience.I have been feeling fatigued and generally not well for about a month. I have a lot of cramps and lower back pain. I have also had spurrs of diarrhea and also of constipation. I feel pressure in my abdomen constantly. My period came 2 days early last month and only lasted 3 days instead of the normal six. To be 100 percent sure of ruling out pregnancy I did take several tests. They were all negative. My period is due on sept 16. Four days ago during intercourse it felt like something was in the way in my vagina. It felt like something was pushing his penis out. I have been checking every day and for the last four days and there is something inside right at the opening of my vagina. I thought maybe my cervix? So far everyone i talked to said the cervix should not be rightthere. All I have to do is part down there and I can see it. The best way to describe it is it looks like an artichoke. It is not perfectly round or smooth like the pictures I've seen of a cervix. It is not on the skin or anything like an std. It looks like an organ just haning right above the opening of my vagina.I have an gyno appt in a couple of days but I am panicking. Nothing I found online seems to look like or match what I have going on . I am 25 years old if that infornmation helps. Sorry this is suchhh a long post! Please help!

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