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I have been having symptoms of pregnancy. I felt Pain during Intercourse.

The past few times Ive had sex with my husband hasnt been too painful. Ive been having symptoms of pregnancy , but It hasnt even been 3 weeks since my last period. I have Poly cystic Ovarian Syndrome. So the test I did tonight came back negative. Either way. The last few times he ejaculated in me, as Im trying to get pregnant , it burnt really bad. Then today when we had sex, it was extremly painful and burnt. I also have this slight problem where Im ALWAYS lubed..but this time even though I was felt like inside (even though I was) it felt like I wasnt wet enough. To him it felt fine other then he said I felt tighter..much tighter! Maybe someone could help me.
Asked On : Sat, 16 Jan 2010
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  User's Response

When, we do the sex unhygeinically or the partner might be suffering from any STD(Sexually transmitted disease) . One may get the infection and swelling of the sexual part . On subsequent intercourse , one may experince painful intercorse.

   So, 1st thing is that one should avoid contact and the part neet & clean . One should also consult gynaecologist to diagonose the problem and proper treatment. 

Answered: Sun, 17 Jan 2010
  Anonymous's Response

Tighter, good, he must have enjoyed more then. But the problem with you is that you should report this burning issue with the gynec, the medicines could also have such effects. My sister in law had similar problems.

Answered: Sun, 17 Jan 2010
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