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Unprotected sex, on pilll, vaginal pain, vaginitis, pain during urination

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Me and my boyfriend had sex 6 days ago, since then there was no sign of pain. I'm also on the pill. But just today my vagina started hurting really badly ever time I go to the toilet, I don't know what to take to ease my pain and I avoid drinking water as peeing is painful for me. This has never happened to me before, so I don't have a clue on what to do, so just before I took two painkillers. I don't know whether it's sex that caused this or something else. I am 20, female, weigh 51kgs and height is 165cm.
Posted Mon, 7 May 2012 in Urinary and Bladder Problems
Answered by Dr. Rhea Chanda 2 hours later
If you didnt have any pain,6 days ago after sex,then i dont think that your current symptoms are directly related to that.What you might be having is a vaginal infection called vagintis that may be causing the pain.Passing urine would cause you pain because the acidity of the urine would have a burning sensation.You will need to see a doctor to confirm this and antibiotics will ne needed for relief.Avoid sex for a few days.
I would advise seeking medical attention soon.
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