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What is this pain at the first time of intercourse ?

I was having intercourse for the first time on 3rd day of my period with my boyfrnd.While he was trying to penetrate penis in vagina , it seems as if sthng is being hit strongly inside and giving lots of pain,initially he started without condom, later he used condom. I had unwanted 72 on next day of sex. Why this pain was happening? Is there any chance of getting pregnant?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Jul 2011
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Pediatrician 's  Response
If your count of day is accurate then chance of pregnancy is nil.First time intercourse is often painful due to rupture of hymen,undue anxiety,lack of stimulation,improper relaxation of pelvic muscle etc.always try to use protection every time.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Chirag Soni's  Response
Welcome to HCM.

You have a pain because intercourse for first time and during period.

There is tightness in the internal muscles which is responsble for pain during initial life of sex.some friction inside due to latax material of condon can give rise to pain.

There is no chance of pregnancy because it is the safest time of period,even no need to take any medicine.
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