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hi I am 19 years old, and i do have unprotected sex with my boyfriend. once in awhile after we have sex i get really sore inside and I do wash with dove soap which is the normal kind. however, that happens when i shave the day before. also after having sex when I pee it burns on the sore area. i was wondering what I could do because it is very uncomfortable to deal with.

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replied July 20th, 2009
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".. i get really sore inside .." I assume that you mean inside the lips, not inside the vagina.

Pee burning the sore area can be because the area is probably because of the shaving or you are scratching the area. Make sure that you do not shave so close that you scratch the skin. Pee will burn any area of the skin that is injured or sensitive.

If he is shaving, his pubic stubble can also scratch the area and cause it to happen.

He should also not hit the area to hard with his pubic area when you have sex. That will definitely make you sensitive and sore.
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replied July 20th, 2009
ohhh ok yeah i mean like inside the lips. but thank you so much i will definitely remember to shave so close to the skin which is what I do when i think about.

thanks again =)
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replied October 18th, 2009
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your vaginal lips are sore ... there are several different reasons why. Possilby you two were going too fast? Or not enough lube?
Peeing directly after sex is normal for both men and women and the burning is from the shaft going in and out. Next time if your not using condoms which have lube on them already.... make sure you have enough lube on both you and him. But not tooo much! Otherwise it won't feel as good
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