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Swollen, red, itchy vagina, white and clumpy discharge. Had sex. What is this?

hi me and my partner had sex on monday and it is now wednesday. i was quite dry and he is quite large and i am small and he did try to enter me but was tight of course but just kept pushing and pushing. Now I have a swollen, red itchy vagina with discharge coming out, sometimes white clumpy discharge, and now he tells me he has a red itchy rash on his penis . Can you please tell me what this is as I am afraid ?
Asked On : Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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Jul 2016
Hallo
Thanks for your query.You have attempted dry sex and this is followed by a red ,swollen vagina with white discharge.These are the signs of Acute vaginitis .Pl take antibiotics Doxicyclin 100 mg twice daily and clean vagina thoroughly with savlon solution twice daily.and apply estrogen Jelly inside vagina.
Answered: Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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