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After you have sex when you are a female and you are sore, after your first time is there anyway to make yourself feel better?
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replied November 23rd, 2010
Welcome to the forum and I am glad to help you out. You can use some routine anti-inflammatory drugs for the time being.

Ask your partner to indulge in plenty of foreplay before intercourse and use some good lubrication which is water based. Also avoid rough intercourse and if the symptoms persist then you need to get an examination done from a gynecologist. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.

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replied November 24th, 2010
absolutley. i freaked out the first time i had sex it didnt hurt, but i was sore for almost 2 days after and bleed alot the next day. all girls bodies are different. some girls i know orgasimed the first time they had intercourse and i def didnt. it's something to get used and the soreness depends also on the size of youre partner.
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