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flou
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hey okay now my second time.I had sex with my boyfriend today, and i was really tight, all through the intercourse. i felt pain in my vagina,like where the penis enters, and now, about four hours later, its still hurts, especially when i pee.
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Were you relaxed and aroused? Using enough lube? Those are likely reasons why you were feeling pain. And please know that there is no reason for you to continue intercourse if it's not feeling good for you. So next time, if you're experiencing pain, let your partner know.

It's possible that you're a little sore from the sex, and that's why you're still feeling uncomfortable. However, the fact that it hurts when you pee could also be a sign of a UTI. So if this doesn't get better in a day or two, please call a doctor.

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flou
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no i wasnt using lubricant, but yes i was aroused. What is lubricant for? I am sorry for my ignorance but thats why i joined this site! Ive always heard about it, but it seems to me that when there is too much liquid during intercourse, i dont feel pleasure as much, i just...dont feel much.
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Lubricants are used to ease penetration, causing less friction. Less friction can mean less pain.

You don't have to use a lot of it. Experiment and see what kinds you like and how much you need.

Where is the pain when you pee? Is it your urethra or near the vaginal opening? Is it burning?

If it lasts past today, you'll need to get that looked at, incase it is a UTI, as September mentioned.

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flou
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okay, ill use lubricant next time, thanks...Also it doesnt hurt anymore, maybe just a tiny bit when i sit in tight jeans but nothing when i pee..ill get back to you on where exactly it hurt because im not really aware of the girls anatomy (i know i should and that its really embarassing that at my age im not more aware..but i never learned it at school, and never wanted to hear anything from my mom..nor did she give me any books of the kind)
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This article should help you get a better idea of your anatomy:
Pink Parts - Female Sexual Anatomy

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