Our expert says:
It is not possible to tell from your symptoms. It could be anything from a deeper lying infection of sorts, to a possible pre-existing organ related problem, to the sex maybe having been rougher or longer and your level of lubrication had reduced during sex resulting in chaffing, to possible muscular hurt due to sexual positions assumed during sex or a combination of factors etc etc.
I would suggest you see your gynecologist.
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