i had sex about 3 week ago with a new boyfriend we both got tested for stds befor hand and and the results came back clear for both of us. There was oral sex on both parts and also very rough intercourse and also he was very rough when he fingered me ! There was a lot of come on both parts and also some blood . But since then i have found it very hard to have sex as i have been in painf for about 1 week after and then the pain went buut now i have got a very dry red and VERY VERY itchy vagina at first i thought it was just thrush ! but now i am thinking it could be more as i am getting a discharge and also the skin keeps splitting and bleeding and this is just by wiping and drying after a shower! Does anyone know what this could be and any advice on how to get the itchyness away ?
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