Well my labia minora is not swollen, its jus very red and a tender.. it doesnt hurt to pee just to wipe.
I had sex with a condom and then without for literally 2 minutes in the same session he wasnt my first but he was pretty big and i was a bit sore after anyway but then the next morning it was a bit red and by the end of the day had become sore and red.
Ive been using sudocream and its calmed it down a bit.. the condoms were latex and i think flavoured could it just be that i reacted? I did a chlamydia test the next morning before the pain begun so i should have that back soon
but it was unprotected for literally like a minute or 2 and then we stopped... what do you think this could be?
You could have had an allergic reaction to the condom. Or, if you were lubricated enough before penetration that could have made you very sore. You should keep a close watch as to what the vagina likes and doesn't. If it doesn't go away, you should see your doc again. They can rule out any other possibilities and may even give you a steroid cream for the area.
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