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    curious..how long before i start to worry?
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    NvrSure24 posted:
    ive had sex recently with a guy who a bigger than im used to and it tore me a bit. its only been 2 days and im healing but today i noticed a bit of pain and itching. Is that normal or should i be in worry/panic mode that it may be something more than just healing?
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    georgiagail responded:
    Sounds like the normal process of healing.

    What you would need to worry about is a fever or a sudden increase in the pain.

    Gail
     
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    dfromspencer responded:
    Along with what GeorgiaGail said, a new warmth in that area would be the first sign of fever. I wouldn't worry, it sounds like normal healing to me, also!

    Good luck!

    Dennis


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