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Burning, pain, discomfort during intercourse. What could be the reason?

I need help with a problem my girlfriend and I are experiencing. I am the first person that she has had sex with and each time we try to have sex it causes her discomfort. She says it s like a sort of burning and rubbing pain. We have tried lubricants but she doesn t like them. We know something must be wrong but she is too embarrassed to ask a doctor.
Asked On : Fri, 24 Aug 2012
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Hello treynolds91095
This is quite normal during initial phases of intercourse. It will become normal after sometime.
So much friction is produced during intercourse which induces burning and rubbing pain.
As you have already tried using lubricants, you may now try some anaesthetic gel( lidocaine gel). But this is temporary relief.
Hope i cleared your doubt.

Answered: Fri, 24 Aug 2012
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