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Regular intercourse during pregnancy. Penis sore, tip of skin peeling, vagina swollen, sore. Possible reason?

Hi I have been having regular intercourse with my pregant girlfriend we have un protected sex often but we are both now having problems after this week . My penis is very sore around the tip an the skin is peeling its also very itchy an uncomfatable , my girlfriend is also sufferin from discomforts she has said she feels like her vagina is swollen an its very sore also could you please give us some guidance as she is worried about the babys well being .
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Dec 2014
Hello doninicaaronjones
Welcome to HCM
The soreness on your penis tip is nothing to do with her pregnancy, and her swollen vagina is also not due to intercourse during pregnancy. It might happen due to intercourse at any time, rough sex, rapid activities etc. may result in minor bruises or may cause low grade urinary tract infection. In pregnancy a pregnant female is under stress and some times she might not be able to maintain adequate hygiene which may predispose to infection and consequent soreness.
Developing fetus remain enclosed in a sac or amniotic fluid bag in uterus so sexual intercourse during pregnancy don't harm baby usually.
Hope I solved your query
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Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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