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On ortho tri-cyclen lo, painful burning sensation during ejaculation, fainted, sweating. Cause?

So I was curious to know if this was normal or not. I am almost twenty years old and have been sexually active for almost two years. My boyfriend at the time and I had sex many times without a condom but he would usually pull out before ejaculating. I was on otho tri-cyclen and neither of us had STDs. When he decided to ejaculate inside of me I immediately felt a very very painful burning sensation. I tried urinating to help relieve the pain some; it did not help. I had to lay down after a few minutes because I became very faint and started sweating profusely. After a little while that passed but the burning went on for several hours. Since then I have not allowed anyone to ejaculate inside of me. What could be the cause of this reaction?
Asked On : Thu, 10 May 2012
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Hi.,I am sure this must be painful for you. This can occur because if poor lubrication before the intercourse. Vaginal dryness can cause pain and result in inflammation of vsgins. Please ensure you use sufficient lubricant which you are not allergic to. Do not worry this will subdued. If you continue to have pain which worsens please visit a doctor. Hope this helps.
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