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Swollen vagina with pain after intercourse. Had candida infection in the past. What to do?

hello doctor . im 25 year old married girl. my problem is, last some weeks whenever me and my partner get into unprotected sex,my vulva lips get swelled and it is little bit painful. afater 1-2 day my private part become fine..why it occurred frequently. i had a candida yeast infec. 2 months ago..i was on otc..ps help me....
what i do
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello,
thanks for using health care magic.
There are three possibilities to your problem;
1. it could be allergy in which you react to your partners semen or
2. it could be infections
3. it could be trauma
If you had been having unprotected sex with your partner long ago and never use to experience this, then its less likely it could be allergy. If you only started recently in having unprotected sex, then an allergy is more likely.
You should visit your gynecologist or doctor for vaginal smear to rule out infections and for a better appraisal.
Hope this helps you.
Best regards
Answered: Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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