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Posted by: Pregs | 2009/12/07

painful buring sex

hi

my girlfriend suffers pain and burining sensations during sex. what could be the problem.

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There are a number of options including: urinary tract infection, yeast/bacterial infection (not necessarily sexually transmitted), sexually transmitted infection, inadequate arousal and irriation of the skin due to friction, irritation of the skin for numerous reasons (use of soap to wash, allergy to fabric, etc). She needs to have this checked out and treated as it could be anything from a serious infection to a mild irritation - both which have negative consequences for your sexual satisfaction. Ideally try to stay away from the area until it is treated to prevent further irritation and/or cross infection.

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Posted by: pp | 2009/12/07

Yes it could be bladder infection or STD, you must let your gp test her for that.It can also be that when you have a bath/shower before you have sex that you dont rinse the soap off well or that she does not rinse off well.It can also be that during foreplay you work to rough and that you make tiny little cut with your finger on her clit.Something you cannot see, but it is there.

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Posted by: Flower1980 | 2009/12/07

Could be a bladder infection or an std

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Posted by: Sexologist | 2009/12/07

There are a number of options including: urinary tract infection, yeast/bacterial infection (not necessarily sexually transmitted), sexually transmitted infection, inadequate arousal and irriation of the skin due to friction, irritation of the skin for numerous reasons (use of soap to wash, allergy to fabric, etc). She needs to have this checked out and treated as it could be anything from a serious infection to a mild irritation - both which have negative consequences for your sexual satisfaction. Ideally try to stay away from the area until it is treated to prevent further irritation and/or cross infection.

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