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Had a painful sexual intercourse, burning sensation. Have phobia to it. Taken lidocaine. Suggest?

hello , i m a 25 year old female who just got married last week . the first sexual intercourse was so painful and from since it is so painful . i have like a phobia from having sex . we used lidocaine which hurts and caused burning sensation and clindamycin antibiotics ... it didn t help either .. could some one help please ...thanx
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Sexologist 's  Response
Hi,

I wish men knew what not to do during first sex.

These are the things that help in such conditions.
1. Not to even attempt insertion of penis.
2. Use lignocaine (lidocaine) 2% by finger at least ten minutes prior to sexual activity.
3. Begin with insertion of his/your finger gently.
4. Focus exclusively on your pleasure.
5. Antibiotics have no role.
6. Self affirmations done during the whole day (talking to one self) "It's fun.", "I love it.", "Whatever happens, happens for my highest good." are useful.
7. Meet a Sex Therapist if dyspareunia does not resolve by the above methods.

If you have additional questions, doubts feel free to ask.
Best wishes,

Dr. Ashok Koparday
Happiness Doctor
Answered: Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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