i had sex with this guy, and everything started out fine, but then the lubrication on the condom went away. we still kept having sex and kept having sex and KEPT having sex. it started to hurt and i could almost feel myself starting to get tears on my vaginal area but i wasnt sure. then when we were done having sex my vaginal area was SO swollen, the lips and the entry way. is it just because it got so banged up during sex? will it go away?
hi. well it should go away. me and my boyfriend used to get the same way when we had intercourse when we drank. it will stay swollen for a day or so. it will be very sore and tender for a while but it will subdue. It used to get so hard that I couldnt really walk or anything. LOL but it happens from time to time
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