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Recently lost virginity, protected sex, burning feeling after urinating, itchiness in vagina. Cure?

I just recently lost my virginity about 2 weeks ago and have had sex with the same partner about 4 or five times using a condom I have this burning feeling at the end of every time I pee and the inside of my vagina itches and slighty hurts and the itching kind of spreads to the lips of my virgina but it s more deep in my vagina that is most itchy what is happening to me?
Asked On : Mon, 11 Feb 2013
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hello,
welcome to healthcare magic,
from the description of your symptoms, you may be suffering from a urine infection, you need to get a urine test done to rule it out.
you could be having an accompanying fungal infection which is causing you to have the itchiness in the vagina.
the itchiness in the vagina could also be due to continous use of the condom, you might be reacting to the latex of the condom.
due to excessive friction you may develop itchy feeling in the vagina.
would suggest get reviewed by the gynecologist for further follow up.
hope to have answered your query
wish you a quick recovery.
Answered: Mon, 11 Feb 2013
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