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OK....Everytime I have sex everything goes fine but after words my rib cage and my chest start to burn really bad. My boyfriend and I have both been tested for like aids and stuff and we dont have any so its not that. I dont know what it could be is it normal? This has never happend before like the first time I had sex about 30 min after it started to burn and then it stopped and the week after that it was hurting for about a week. We do use condoms so i dont think i am pregnant but its reallly weird am I not normal?????
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Any chance you could be straining muscles, or putting too much pressure on the area, or otherwise irritating the area?

If that's not a possibility, give your doctor a call and see what s/he has to say.

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