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Stayblack420
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On friday night me and my boyfriend were fooling around..he fingered me and this was pretty much my first time having that happen to me..it didnt really hurt at all and it felt really good..the next day (yesterday) i was a little sore which i know is normal..but I only have pain when I go to the bathroom and I just wanted to know if that was normal or not..I dont have pain at any other time so I just want to make sure everything is ok..any advice would be great..thanx :]
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Olive
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There could be a number of things causing you pain while you urinate. The most likely cause could be that he scraped your delicate skin with his fingernails. The pain should seem to disappear in a day or so but if it doesn't it may be more serious, like an infection, and going to a doctor may be a question.
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antonthegrey
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tell him to clip/file his nails before you do it again... it's a lot better in the end.
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Using latex gloves and lube for manual sex is a good idea, yeah, I know it sounds very 'surgical' (hehe) but it will stop you getting scratched! Also, hands have bacteria on them - everything does, but if the bacteria get into your urinary tract they could start an infection. It's a good idea to pee soon after sex (manual, intercourse, whatever) to wash out any bacteria that might have got in there. (This is not a method of contraception or STD protection, by the way)

For now, drink plenty of water and if you can get it, unsweetened cranberry juice. If the pain gets worse, go to the doctor.

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Milke
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Cranberry is also available in capsules, which can be a lot easier to find (and take!) than plain juice. Just about everything out there is a 'sweetened cocktail' which isn't what you want.

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