Vagina Blisters And Sores After Intercourse?

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Hello doctor! Why doctor every time I have sex, my vagina is always blisters and sores? Is it because my partner’s penis is large or because my vagina is too narrow or because I have sex that is too rough? And the last 5 months every time I found blisters after intercourse there was always thrush in my vagina, it has happened 4 times and sometimes in the same place. I have checked with a specialist and said the doctor said, canker sores occur because of friction in the vagina that is too severe. Leucorrhoea also occurs but does not smell, I am worried about herpes because this happens repeatedly after sexual intercourse. Is it possible to get herpes huh? But there is no wound in the groin and my vagina is not itchy and does not hurt when urinating. What do you think of the doctor?

1 Answer:

Hello Eyelesbarrow,


Thank you for the question.

Vagina blisters and sores, especially after intercourse, may indeed be caused by trauma or vaginal irritation, such as due to penis size that is too large, excessive sex, as well as inadequate production of vaginal lubricants. The lack of vaginal lubricant production can be many more possible triggers, such as hormonal balance disorders, stress, fatigue, lack of confidence, excessive masturbation, aging, not fertile period, the influence of drugs, inflammation around the sex organs, or other chronic diseases. Leucorrhoea that you experience, as long as it does not smell unpleasant, not abnormal color (yellow or green), and also does not cause itching or stinging, it is also generally harmless.


Provided that you and your partner are equally loyal, and have never had risky sex, it seems likely that you have herpes is quite small. Try to resolve your complaint first with the following steps:

Discuss openly the sex technique that you like best with your partner
Try to relax, don't tense up or worry too much, when having sexual relations
Calm yourself, don't think too much
Do enough foreplay first so that vaginal lubricant is produced more before penetration of the penis into the vagina during intercourse
When the vagina is blisters or sores, limit sex first, don't overdo it
Always keep your intimate organs clean well, remind your husband to do the same
Do not carelessly use soap, fragrances, sexual lubricants, or antiseptics around the vagina

However, if the above steps are still not successful in dealing with your complaints, or if other complaints arise, such as abnormal vaginal discharge, pain or swelling around the genitals, unpleasant odors in the vagina, plaques, etc., it's good to check yourself back to a doctor or a specialist in skin and genitalia ... Besides sexually transmitted infections (such as herpes), it may also be that the sores and blisters you experience indicate contact dermatitis, insect bites, vaginal atrophy, and other medical conditions that require special treatment from a doctor.


Hope this helps ...

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