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Frequent urination after sex. Used condoms. Reason?

Hi. I have had intercourse for the first time. For practice i used dilators first, I had pain for the first time and then itching next day. however, we continued with sex now after 2-3 days i m urinating very frequently it s don t have control over it. We used lots of waterbased lubricant and also condoms .... plz advice
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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It is common for urethritis to occur after the first intercourse. Pain occurs as a result of rupture of the hymen. Itching could be due to the chemicals and the dilator used. You should take some urinary antibiotic and urinary antispasmodic and abstain from intercourse until the symptoms subside. If you have allergy to local applications, use other methods of contraception. Please consult your gynecologist for an examination and advice. Take care.
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