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okaay , after having sex alot in one night , ( down there wa dryer than usual ) i felt a burning when iwent pee , it goes worse as the day progressed , then the next day , it hurt to sit , walk or even lay down .. i looked inside and it seems to be cut , kindof looks like a hole , there was a little bleeding at first ,but went away ,. it hurts to wipe , im in alot of pain and really need help ! what could this be , it doesnt look like genital herpes ( not a blister or zit looking thing ) more like a small slit , only one ! it does not look like genital warts either . could i just have gotten cut ?? im not sure what to do !! it feels raw , help please !


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replied September 23rd, 2010
Sexual Health - Women Answer A16257
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
Vaginal soreness and vulval pain is common to occur after intercourse that is done for long time and with inadequate lubrication. The friction causes the soft tissues to get injured. The effects usually wear off within 24 hours. If the symptoms are continuing, you should consider getting yourself examined by a gynecologist to make sure there is no external or internal injuries associated. Apply Caladryl lotion on the outside for temporary relief. The examination and test done by gynecologist will also rule out infections. Do not delay in seeking medical help.
Take care.



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