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hmm I recently had sex for the first time.. yesterday and today I began to feel pain in my theighs and where my tubes are located. It didn't hurt at all yesterday but I had this really sharp pain earlier. Is that normal? Someone please reply! Thanks!
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Sharp pain is not normal, no.

It could have nothing to do with sex. It could be any number of dangerous things. If you have sharp pain you should most likely see a doctor!

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it really depends because when i started having sex with my boyfriend sometimes he'd kind of hit me at a wrong angle when first going in and that would cause for some painful abrasions and i would be in pain for the next day or so but if it doesnt go away within another day or two i would get it checked out. if it's not a result from abrasion i dont think it sounds too good. i remember sometimes after sex it would hurt when i peed but i dont know if you're having that issue. whatever the case, there's nothing to lose by checking it out.
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