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    Painful sex
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    An_251360 posted:
    I have tried prescription/overthecounter lubricants and nothing
    works, no relief from the pain and bleeded during intercourse,
    what can I do?
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    elle0317 responded:
    Speak to your Gynecologist about this
     
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    An_251466 responded:
    Did you have surgery? I had Endo done about a year 1/2 ago and still having problems tearing wile I'm having sex, the paint after he relieves him self is like oh my god stop poring alcohol into my vagina it burns. NO alcohol though just his cum. So when you can find out why I have to deal with that and my doctor telling me there is not much I can do. who would not want to kill them self.


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