My vagina is on fire and it's still bleeding
I don't know what to do
and the guy has left now
is it meant to do this?
Most Helpful Guy
There are a few effective options to help relieve your horrible burning sensation after sex. Below we have listed some:
Take a shower:
After sex, hop into the shower or take a bath with a handheld showerhead and rinse your vagina with cool or warm water. If you think that the burning sensation is caused by a semen allergy, then you can take a deep warm bath and thoroughly wash your vagina. After you have cleaned your vagina, carefully pat the area dry with a soft, clean towel.
After you have thoroughly cleaned the area, lie down on a comfortable surface and expose your vagina to the cool air. If the burning is quite severe, you could opt to put an ice pack on your vagina for a short period of time.
With clean, dry fingers apply aloe vera, a natural soothing product, to your vagina. Do not apply it to the internal areas of the vagina, only the external regions.
Some women have found that applying a baking soda mixture to the vulva stops the burning. Mix 3 tablespoons of baking soda with 1 cup of cold water and apply it to the vulva using a cloth.
Vaginal burning doesn't have to be a dreaded and expected outcome of sexual intercourse. It doesn't have to ruin your sex life and make you avoid intimate relations with your partner. There are numerous treatment and relief options for you to experiment with. So try some of the aforementioned relief options, and if they don't work for you consult your physician to determine if you have an underlying infection.1
Most Helpful Girl
He was quick to leave and you were quick to report on GaG. 😂
But it's only been ten minutes. I didn't even start bleeding before like 10 min after it. If it still goes on for like half an hour, go see a doctor. But it's not like you're going to die from the bleeding. we're women, we bleed from our vaginas.3