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Posted by: Girl22 | 2007/04/11

Burning sensation after sex

Hi there.
I discovered that I lately have a burning sensation after having sexual intercourse. My boyfriend also discovered the other day that he had some sort of warts or blisters on his penis, but it went away after 2-3 days of using antibiotics (we did not have sex during this period). I have always been a bit tight, so I have been sore and sensitive after sex, but this is more like a burning sensation. He also felt some burning after our last time, but said it was because I am tight.

Do I have reason to worry? We dont have any other sexual partners in the last 2 years that we have been together.
What could the reason be for this burning? And is there anything I can do about it?

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If your boyfriend has had blisters on his penis, he could have an infection, which you could have caught, even if he did not have sex while on treatment. I would suggest that you see your doctor to check for infection.

Best wishes

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