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Fingering during sex, swelling, severe burning on urination. Possibility of internal scratch?

During sex my partner was fingering me, it got intense and he jammed his finger it hurt a little at the time but the following morning when i woke up i was very swollen but i assumed that was from oral sex then when i went pee it burned extremely bad,this was 4 days ago and i am still sore the swelling is down. is it possible that i was scratched inside?
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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Dear flores00, you may have developed inflammation of vagina -- vaginitis or honey moon cystitis . in both cases you need a course of antibiotics plus anti inflammatory, but such infections are mostly of mixed type hence it's better to consult a experienced GYNAC. get your local examination done and if possible she may suggest some investigations . but next time be careful.
Answered: Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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