Burning pain after sex

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hi everyone,

since a month i have been experiencing a burning pain by my vaginal opening after sex. During sex, everything is fine. But afterwards it burns and it feels like my vagina swells up.

I have been to the docters and she examined my vagina, she said that there is something wrong with a muscle inside of my vagina, which causes a burning feeling. But after this appointment i started looking at my vagina and i think my vaginal opening looks weird. i don't look at my vagina often so i don't know if it has always looked like this, but it looks like there are bumps and they are kind off closing my vaginal opening? i don't even know if that is possible.

imagei can't exactly tell if the bumps are causing the burning feeling but i really just want to know if something is wrong with my vagina, because to me it doesn't look good but my docter has taken a look at it and she said nothing?i can't exactly tell if the bumps are causing the burning feeling but i really just want to know if something is wrong with my vagina, because to me it doesn't look good but my docter has taken a look at it and she said nothing?

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    hi

    the doc said nothing so u dont have to worrry about it anymore , the burning might be due to the friction so may be try more lube and stuff bump looks normal to me

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    Hi amy,

    One of the most common causes of painful sex in women is vulvodynia, defined as discomfort or burning pain in the vulvar area with no obvious cause, such as an infection, cancer, or neurologic disorder like herpes or spinal nerve compression. This common cause of vaginal pain is frequently misdiagnosed.First of you have to cosult your doctor.

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