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I had sex about 3 hours ago and the inner lips of my vagina are still very swollen. it hurts to sit. my down there always gets swollen during sex but always goes down within a half hour. what could be going on? help!
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Did you use any extra lubrication? Because this sounds like friction burn to me.

If you aren't in the habit of keeping a bottle of lubricant handy during sex, it's something I would suggest doing from now on. This sounds like a pretty good cause of an abrasion caused by friction, and it can be an absolute pain, as I'm sure you've discovered.

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