Since being back at University, I have been back about a week, me and my boyfriend have been having alot of sex. The first day that we came back we had sex four times in less than 24 hours and since then we have done it every night, sometimes twice. It was ok up until about 2 days ago when I bled slightly during and after intercourse, since then I have had quite a bit of pain when having sex again, sort of a stinging sensation which is most prominent on entering me. I was wondering if this could have been caused from having sex too much or something worse like an infection? I am tense now when it comes to entering me because I am worried about bleeding again or having alot of pain, could this also be a possibility, that I am too tense?
well a while ago i had the same problem but my problem was my b/f went to hard and yeah it hurt so we stoped and the next day i started bleeding and i took some time to get over so we didnt hae sex for the logest time and i hated it but we waited a few weeks and i got better but now when we have sex it hurts some what but your situation sounds different from mine a little bit but some what the same
But seriously, i think the bleeding may be just because you have had a lot of sex and your vagina just needs a bit of a rest!
The pain could also be an infection but most likely thrush...ive had it a lot and find that it makes me feel swollen inside and its almost unbearable when the bf enters me...also makes me sting afterwards and my urethra stings too (ive had a lot of UTIs)
What sort of stinging is it? and whereabouts? cause if its near your urethra then be careful of UTIs, if its the vagina tho, then id suggest going to your doctors to get tested for thrush (its horrible to do but its good to know whats going on) then you can get the cream and/or pill and avoid sex for at least a week.
Just wanted to warn you all that Sarah_Love and XxpandaxX43 is the same girl. I usualy don't like to get envolved in drama, but I have been reading so many posts from this girl and she is envolving freinds of mine and I feel the need to call her out. She has been reported. She says she was depressed this morning then was happy when she found out she was PG. Well, they both say that on different posts, and they are only an hour apart. They both keep saying the same things. plus Sarah_Love says she had unprotected sex 2 weeks ago and her BF said she looked PG so he took her to buy a test and it was BFP???? XxpandaxX43 told hannah1505 she lost her baby last night. She also said her BF left her, but today I have read some posts where she talks about them still being together. Yet today she is still saying she is PG. read the notes between them. You will see where she says one thing one minute and something else the next. I don't like doing this, but I don't like seeing my freinds getting played either.
I was going to say the same thing a few days ago. There were some questionable posts so I was wondering how many other questionable posts that have been made. After spending a bit reading her posts I had made quite a few circles. First she says one thing in one board then something else in another. It was all rather dramatic postings and things, like having a m/c shouldn't be taken lightly.
Anyhow ladies be careful who you're taking advice from.
My friend had the same problem, only the bleeding occured everytime she had sex. It turned out she had to swtich her birthcontrol because the hormone levels were too low for her. So maybe thats it?
Otherthan that, i would just say give your self a break, friction is hard on the vaginal walls which will cause bleeding.
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