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Had sex,pain while urinating, labia minora hurting,swollen. How can I relieve the pain and get rid of it?

My husband and I had sex about three days ago. Yesterday i noticed pain while urinating, but it was the labia minora that was hurting, not the urethra. It is swollen and looks raw, and it very irritated. It hurts just sitting, and especially hurts when something is rubbing up against it, such as clothing. I'm not sure if it was caused from the friction from intercourse, or if something else caused it. It is very painful. How can I relieve the pain and get rid of it?
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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It seems that during sex there might be more friction or rough sex might have caused some irritation, bruises and minor injury to local part giving rise to infection.
Apply antibiotic cream locally.
Clean local part clean, dry and airy.
If swelling and more pain is continued, consult your doctor and go for one antibiotic medicine course.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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