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Burning sensation in vagina after excessive sex, consistent even after abstinence. What could be the cause?

I started having sex a while ago with my boyfriend. It was my first time having sex and we did it quite a lot. After some time I got this burning sensation and it hurt really bad. During intercourse but also after and it would last for like 15-20 minutes. We always used a condom. I was very red and I went to my doctor and she said it looked like I was having sex too much so she said I should wait. We waited for a week and it still hurt. Now i m not together with him anymore so I don t know if its over. But it seems like everthing is normal it s been a 3 weeks without sex now. But still I wonder what if could be and if it will come again if I have sex with the next guy I met. Thank you for your time
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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Critical Care Specialist 's  Response
Hi Thanks for your question.
Most probably you were having vaginitis(inflammation of vagina) from excessive sex.The other cause of your burning sensation could be allergy to latex ( materail from which condons are made) By now your inflammation must have subsided and if you again developed burning sensation after sex with condom,it means most probably your allergic to latex and i would suggest you to use some other contraceptive and avoid condom.
Hope this answers your question.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Eric Nchengeh Besong Mangeb's  Response
Hello cicimus,

Thank you for using the services of healthcare magic.

It usual for you to experience soreness in your first sexual experience. It´s good you guys always used a condom as it protects you from sexually transmissible infections and unwanted pregnancies.

Maybe the guy was pretty rough, that is why the pains lasted for more 1 week. Don´t be worried about your next experience. Just tell your partner to be gentle and everything will be alright. Remember to always play safe.

Hope this was of help to you
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Dermatologist Dr. Rahul Kumar's  Response
hi dear, as it was first time u had that burning pain may be due to lack of lubrication. also the condom may cause irritation to u. so dont get phobic, just use some lubricating jelly next time. also for ur information i would like to tell , when u do sex for first time the vaginal epithelium is not that develooed but slowly it becomes tough and u wont have that pain next time. thank u
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