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after he ejaculates my vagina burns and tingles.

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After My husband and I have sex, and he ejaculates inside me, my vagina burns and tingles. This does not happen when he doesn't ejaculate in me. Also i have a large amount of milky white discharge, so much i wear a pantyliner everyday and change it multiple times a day. this has been happening since i gave birth to my daughter 9 months ago and my check up and my pap smear since then have all been normal. Just recently i have begun to notice a very strong foul smell coming from that area. nothing i have done seems to make anything better. any suggestions to help with the discharge, burning, or smell?


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replied July 16th, 2011
Vaginal and Uterus Health Answer A25095
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
Your symptoms could be suggestive of vaginal infection along with infection in your partner. Do not ignore your symptoms. Go ahead with visiting your doctor/gynecologist for a vaginal swab/smear test to identify the causative agent. If needed, your partner should also have a semen analysis done to confirm/rule out chances of infection. Get started on treatment simultaneously to prevent re-infection. Avoid having intercourse while both of you are on treatment. Drink plenty of water. Avoid tight fitting clothes. Use loose cotton undergarments. Avoid vaginal douching and use of harsh soap/chemicals in the area (including perfumes, sprays, creams etc).
Take care.



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