hey im 17 and wanted to ask a question about pain concerning my gf. we have been together about 7 months and havnt had sex in about 3. we stopped firstly because she had a urinary tract infection and her docter said not to have sex for a few weeks, but we did. ever since then it hurts her or makes her feel extrememly uncomfortable when anything enters her vagina. it even gives her pain if my pinky finger is inserted, also she doesnt get wet properly anymore, what is the problem and how do i fix this ????
It sounds like your girlfriend should probably follow up with a family doctor or a Gynocologist.
Is her pain more in her stomach/pelvic region or is it more in the vagina area? Does she have abnormal or normal cycles?
There are many different problems, health issue's and infections that can be causing her pain and discomfort. Just to name a few; Endometriosis, infections, thyroid and hormonal problems have all been known to cause these symptoms. I strongly suggest that she mention it to a doctor or parent and I would refrain from having intercourse until she does get checked by a doctor.
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