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itching after intercourse
Anon_161432 posted:
We are in 30s. We are married for 3 years and having wonderful sex life. So far we have been having protected sex (with condom). I didn't want to go on pills. We want to go for a baby. We have just started trying for the past month.

Every time we are done, I feel itchy inside my vagina and stiff or cramp like in my thighs. Is this normal. I haven't had unprotected sex all my life so far.

Any suggestion from experts or experienced couples.
Thanks ... A
An_255018 responded:
Sounds like an allergic reaction to the condoms to me. Have you tried a different brand? Also, do you use a spermicide or other gel? That could be it as well. It will be a trial and error effort until the cause is found.
Anon_161432 replied to An_255018's response:
We are off condoms now and that's where I see the issue.

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