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Forum Name: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
|raesol23 - Sun Dec 02, 2007 7:26 pm||
I'm an 18 year old female. I just performed and received oral sex for the first time last night. Today my vagina kind of burns/stings. It feels really sensitive. It does NOT burn when I urinate. Also, my pubic bone hurts to the touch.
My partner was slightly rough with my clitoris. I don't know for sure, but it felt like he was nibbling, but perhaps he was just sucking on it. Also, he was penetrating with his fingers pretty fast.
Is this pain/discomfort normal for the first time? Should I be worried?
|Debbie Miller, RN - Sun Dec 02, 2007 11:46 pm||
It sounds like what might have been a little rough activity, at least for something new. You have stimulation in a way unfamiliar to you and I suspect this is mostly from that. Pubic bone sensations could be from a bit of pressure placed there. I would suggest if you plan to do this again, that you discuss your feelings with your partner and explain your need for gentleness. I would not be overly concerned based on the symptoms you describe but if they don't resolve in a few days you should see your health care provider.
Best of wishes.
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