Vaginal Soreness

Vaginal Soreness

JG24FanUK JG24FanUK
Hello everyone, my girlfriend lately has been very sore and red after sex. We use lube every time, but after she becomes very sore to where she can not even touch it.

Anyone have this problem or have any suggestions to prevent this?
04/16/2012
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Originally posted by JG24FanUK
Hello everyone, my girlfriend lately has been very sore and red after sex. We use lube every time, but after she becomes very sore to where she can not even touch it.

Anyone have this problem or have any suggestions to prevent this?
Don't be so rough with her.

Seriously though, you might try a different lube, she could be having a reaction to the ingredients. My wife can not use lubes with Glycerin as they cause the same type of reaction. For sex we like Probe Thick and Rich, it is a bit stringy but she has had no problems with it.
04/16/2012
Zombirella Zombirella
Allergic reaction to the type of lube? Perhaps you should try something free of glycerine, paraben, and also hypoallergenic? Here is a link to some of those:
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It could be friction so lube up well!

Also, is it possible she may have an infection? Like a bacterial or yeast? That can cause discomfort. If she has any discharge, itching or burning she may want to look into that.
04/16/2012
Gracie Gracie
I agree with the previous posters, lube can have troublsome ingredients, rule out infections, and I have had trouble with condoms. Most condoms these days come with lube already on them. Try switching brands and see if that helps. Sometimes the company switches lube so you can have been using something for a while with no issues then suddenly start having a reaction.
04/16/2012
Beck Beck
It does sound like an allergic reaction to lube.
04/16/2012
JG24FanUK JG24FanUK
thanks for the advice. I will look into different lubes.. We already had to switch lubes a while back because it irritated her.
04/17/2012
Ghost Ghost
I've never had an allergic reaction, but this has happened to me when I was getting a vaginal infection (yeast, most commonly, but can be bacterial).
04/17/2012
NurseKitty NurseKitty
If you are using condoms I would check to see if they have a spermicide on them. I found out the hard way that it wasn't the lube but the spermicide I was sensitive to.

If the problem persists, have her see her doctor and they can test for allergies and sensitivities
04/17/2012
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