Our expert says:
I would suggest you see your GP or gynaecologist so that a physical examination can be done to determine what is going on.
It could be anything from an allergic reaction to the condom, to a tear or abrasion due to rough sex or due to extended sex and you had become dry, it could be that you had an underlying infection that was aggravated by or resulting from the sexual encounter etc etc etc.
A physical examination and maybe a urine test or other tests may reveal what is happening.
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