Okay I am on this board alot well recently I have been having alot of Vaginal problems. I also have experienced sex for the first time a month ago and it was very painful, and has been since then. I had a Total Hysterectomy in 2011 and well sunday me and my B.F had sex again and it was painful and caused me to bleed this time he ejaculated inside me and that was also bad because it caused severe burning and I had to run to take a shower. Tonight we did it again and it hurt once again and I can seem to get turned on. It ticks me off so much I feel like I am being torn apart I also am worried about getting STD's but he has only been with one other person besides me. Should I get tested. I know bleeding isn't normal either which I have I saw my GYN today but didn't tell him I usually do but I was more woried about what he was telling me he might have to re-open one of my Surgery inscions because it has been hurting alot and might be infected I also have noticed a strong fishy smell after sex I probably will talk with my GYN in the morning. I should also add that I can usually orgasim when I am alone. It just hurts so much even though we are well lubricated what should I do.
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