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Unprotected sex, several episodes, exposed penis glans, pain before urinating. Normal symptoms?

Hello? I had not seen my girlfriend in a couple months. She came down to visit and we were involved in sexual intercourse a lot for the week she was here. Now she is gone and my glans penis is a little bit more open then normal and hurts only during the beginning of urination . Is this normal? I read it may because of lack of lubrication during our intercourse?
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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Jun 2015
Hello dear,
Pain at the glans penis during beginning of urination may be due to any minor trauma in that area, which might have occurred due to lack of lubrication during intercourse.
So...drink plenty of water...it will dilute the acidic urine & reduce the pain
Avoid carbonated drinks & alcohol.
There is nothing to worry...it is a self limiting condition & will heal on its own.
However you can use Zinc preparations...it helps in early healing of wounds.
And the next time you perform, be gentle, stay protected & use lubrication.
Wishing you Good Health & a speedy recovery.
Thanks and take care.
Answered: Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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