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Terrible pain during intercourse, bleeding, heavy pressure and itching in vagina since then. Cause?

So, a couple nights ago I had sexual intercourse with my boyfriend. All of a sudden, I felt such a terrible pain I almost cried. I looked down on the bed and I was bleeding! I drew a bath and it stopped the bleeding. Ever since then, I never bled. But, now I feel like a pressure on the right side of my vagina . And it s itchy. It hurts to walk or even sit. The only time it doesn t hurt is when I get in the tub. I looked and nothing is ripped. I m a little scared.
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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hi there, post coital pain with bleeding could be dur to injury to the vaginal wall or due to injury to the cervix which is usuallly not painful. The itching could be due to an infection like candidiasis or trichomoniasisi to anme a few. You will need to visit a gynecologist so that she can examine your vagine for injury or tear and your cervix for any erosion or any other pathology. She will also be able to prescribe vaginal pessaries or any tablets for the itching as per the etiology. Take care.
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