I am a little worried, I recently had sex with a guy I am dating. We decided to use vaginal inserts containing nonoxyl-9 in it, called Encare. I noticed that during sex, that my vagina got really hot. Afterwards, I was really sore and felt a little irritation on the outer wall of my vagina right before the opening. We had sex again, but I had to stop him, because the area that was irritated began to hurt. Right now it stings somewhat and it not really that uncomfortable unless I urinate and some urine gets in that area. I have examined the area and it looks as if the skin is rubbed raw. when I pat the abrasion with tissue there is a very small speckle of blood on the tissue.
I suspect that this reaction may have occurred as result the fact that my partner is very wide in width, I am small woman and a possible allergic reaction. Although we did not use any other form of protection, I didnt believe it to be an STD...symptoms dont show up with in a hour of sex right?? We have had sex once before but did use a condom and had no problem other than discomfort with the condom. Can you offer your opinion on the abrasion and how long they normally take to heal?
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