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Is it normal to have itching in vagina after first intercourse ?

i lost my virginity 1 and a half week ago and my vaginal area has been very itchy and a little red. The man I lost it to was a virgin himself. is it normal for it to be itchy or do u think something is wrong? im a 15 year old female
Asked On : Wed, 11 May 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi,thanks for query.I hope you have used protection,if not please do not do this again.In any case it is possible that itching that you have may be because of some infection due to the act.Wait for 1-2 days and then if itching persists and some discharge also comes then please visit your doctor and get treated.
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Dermatologist Dr. Bharat Chawda's  Response
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If you had not used a condom ,and the person whom you had contact with had a infection then he can transmit it to you.The most common infection is fungal infection in such cases.So,try a oral anti fungal medicine first or consult a dermatologist nearby who can prescribe you one.

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