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Vagina burns while washing with soap, during intercourse. What's wrong ?

When I shower and wash with soap my vagina will burn . Also sometimes when I m having sex it burns the same way as when I washed it with soap and that sensation will carry on for a little bit after sex . It doesn t really itch and no discharge...what s wrong and how can I fix it. It doesnt burn to pee except sometimes after sex pr washing with soap. it recently just started about a month or so ago, right after I was done taking medicine for bronchitis which they had me on steroids for....help?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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Hello ma'am.

A symptom of burning or irritation during or after sexual intercourse is usually associated with an infection. But as you have not reported any other symptoms the cause could be associated with a side effect to the current treatment regimen you are on. But we cannot assume such facts and will have to get you checked by a doctor. Basic investigations would include a urine examination and a vaginal swab test.

In the meantime, abstain from sexual contact and report to a doctor at the earliest. Hope this helps.

Best wishes.
Answered: Sat, 28 Sep 2013
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