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Stinging pain during sex, later pain during urination, abrasion on inner labia. Herpes or friction burn?

Hi, I just had sex with a guy I m seeing. we had sex and he pulled out at the last second but still came a little inside of me. it burned a little when I didn t get it out right away but I thought it was because we had eaten Mexican food earlier that night. I was fine. then we had sex again a little later for the second time that night and i was a little dry. he had a little trouble entering me but he did it and it was fine. it kind of stung when I peed afterward but i figured it was just because I was dry at first and I hadn t had sex in a while before that. the next day it hurt a lot while peeing and I looked and I had an abrasion that looked like rug burn on the sides of my inner labia . it stuck when I peed because it was hitting the rug burn looking abrasions so I try to avoid that when I go to the bathroom but I m not sure what it could be. herpes? or just a friction burn from being dry at first?
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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Hello, from the history you have given, well most of the women face painful micturition following sexual intercourse, this is called as sexual cystitis, popularly known as honeymoon cystitis, due to inflammation to the need to drink lots of fluids and keep your genital area clean....If the pain is severe you may require a urine microscopy to rule out any infection and if necessary may start antibiotics. ...pain during intercourse could be mostly because of lack of lubrication, sometimes even presence of cysts or infection, endometriosis can cause pain...hope i was helpful to you. .
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