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Why am i feeling burning sensation all over my vaginal lips after intercourse ?

I am Brigit, 24 years of age. After my menstruation two days ago, I had sex with my husband and he complained of burning sensation (heat) around his penis during the intercourse. The following day in the morning when taking a shower, I felt pain allover the lips of my vagina, of which had some friction burns. To make it worse, my husband had the same problem with his penis (a number of burns). What could be the problem as I and my husband has never felt this way and we don t have a history of any STI.......Kindly advice me on this issue, what could be the problem as I am still feeling the pain.
Asked On : Tue, 15 Mar 2011
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Hello there,
Its possible that you may have a vaginal infection or dermatitis that is causing the pain and burning.But you need to be examined by a doctor for that so that medicines can be given to you.Only after menstruation this kind of thing shouldnt happen.
Answered: Tue, 15 Mar 2011
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