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38 years female. First off I wanna say I understand this will sound like a crazy person is asking but can you please take me seriously. The other night I went to smoke a cig outside in a small shack wearing only my nightgown no panties. At some point, I felt something bite me on the inside of my left groin. When I stood up I felt as though I had something hanging between my legs. So I kind grabbed at whatever it was. I didn't see anything there. Then, I went inside. My partner and I had intercourse. At one point, he said ow! and pulled out. I made a joke and said it has teeth. But he was completely serious and wanted to stop. It looked like there was a bite on the head of his penis. I was also in quite a bit of pain too from the bite (thinking maybe a spider at the time) so we stopped and went to bed. The next day I also had what appeared to be a sort of puncture or horseshoe-shaped bite mark. It swelled up pretty bad but was steadily going down over several days w the use of Neosporin. Fast forward about a wk. Outside once again, saw a rat snake crawling under the floorboards of the shack. Later that day I started researching what their bite looks like and it was exactly the same as the bite mark I had. I've been having some pain in the vaginal area and recently started my period. I felt my uterus do some sort of vibrating effect and was incredibly painful. I've never had cramps or anything like that. My question is this. Is it possible that a baby snake could enter the vagina? And if so what might happen if it did? I understand its highly unlikely. I just want a legit answer. Would it stay? Could it cause significant damage to the uterus if it did? Would it die bc it drowned in my period blood? Or is it more likely that it would have crawled out if it did crawl in there in the first place? I know how crazy this sounds which is why I don't wanna go to the er and present this question.

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Possibility of very small insect might be there, better get examined by a Gyne, if needed go for scans. it will be conclusive. All the best.
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