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Having painful intercourse, burning sensation on ejaculation, sensitivity in penis. Cause of problem?

Hi, My husband(26) and I (24)have been married for six months now. During the first three months we had a healthy sex life and enjoyed it on a regular basis. But for the past three months its been to painful for both of us to enjoy. It started out with me feeling pain when he penetrates me (as if I m too small). Followed by a burning sensation when he ejaculate. My husband will also complain of feeling a burning sensasion and sensitivity on his Penis . At first I thought I might be too dry, so we tried lubricants but it still didn t work. After months of struggle we tried condoms , witch worked fine, but still my husband complains about the burning and slight redness whenever he ejaculates. The only thing that changed after the first 3 months was our diet . we moved to another town and fresh fruits and veggies are too expensive so we consume way less fruit than we used to and only use frozen veggies. We both have heartburn from time to time so we try to cut on Juice, Bread, Sugars ect. But could this also be related to the other problem?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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Hello and welcome to HCM.

Thank you for your query.

Diet causing such a presentation is highly unlikely. From your presentation it appears as though both of you might be suffering from an infection of some sort, that has resulted in intercourse-related anxiety in both of you.

To start with, please relax and do not worry about having intercourse and its effect and result. Next, coming to getting yourselves tested.

Both of you will have to be examined and evaluated by doctors. You should visit a gynecologist and you could send your husband to visit a urologist or a sexual disease specialist.

Screening including all sexually transmitted disease, urine analysis and physical examination of your sexual organs will be required. Once an underlying condition has been found, treating this will surely help relieve you of all your complaints. This could also be followed up with counselling sessions with a sex specialist who will help relieve you of all anxiety and help in providing information on practicing safe and effective sexual intercourse.

Please try to include fruits and vegetables, even if in minor quantities in your diet. This greatly helps promote good sexual activity by promoting both mental and physical health.

I hope I have succeeded in providing the information you were looking for. Please feel free to write back to me for any further clarifications. I would gladly help you.

Best wishes.
Answered: Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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