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We had our 6-month check-up today with a new pediatrician. He was great and extremely thorough. During his examination, he noticed that our daughter has a fused vagina. He said it's nothing to be too worried about because the problem usually corrects itself. He gave me some suggestions and said that if in a couple of months there is no separation, he'll have to use topical estrogen cream. Anyone else have this happen? I'm glad that with the new doctor we discovered something we never knew of our daughter. At the same time...it's a bit worrisome.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">Very common thing. One of my dd's had it.</div>
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What did you do? Was the problem corrected on it's own or did you need medicial attention?
 
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