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Soo I had sex with my boyfriend and afterwards I saw sore itchy and really swollen down bellow. I got some vagisil and used that for like a day or two bit it didn't do much. I then had sex with him again and the itching and soreness had gone. We had sex again later that night and it was fine until after when it was sore and I found tiny specks of blood when I wiped. Im wondering if this could just be due to friction and what the itching and things were before hand? I know neither of us have any stis as we both get checked and did so only two weeks ago with all the tests being clear.
Please help thanks x x

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Are you making sure you're aroused enough before any penetration and using plenty of lube?

If the soreness resolves itself on its own and occurs directly after sex, it is probably due to the friction associated with that. The itching sensation could have been caused simply by the increased blood flow to that area. Was there any itching before the first instance of sex you mention, and has there been any since the last time you guys had sex? If any of those problems persist, you should think about getting checked out by a doctor, though.

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