There are men who want to learn about how to get rid of burning after intercourse. Burning is not comfortable for a guy or girl to experience after being sexually active. It can mean there is dryness, a possible STD depending on other symptoms, among other medical reasons. It's a good idea to keep an eye on the symptoms so you can either try to treat it, or go have your doctor check it out to see what is going on.
Here are some things you need:
- Possible doctor visit
- Prescription drug
- Knowing your body. A burning sensation doesn't just mean one thing. During intercourse, penetration may have been too dry. The dryness would cause a burning sensation, mostly for your girlfriend, but possible for guys too.
- One treatment for burning after intercourse. Use some petroleum jelly if there is dryness during intercourse. If you and your girlfriend don't naturally create some lubricant, petroleum jelly works great.
- When lube doesn't help. If you tried out the lubricant, and there is still a burning sensation there are a few things to consider. One is not a pleasant thought. You or your girlfriend may have an STD. If that is the case you need a prescription. If it is your girlfriend who has a burning sensation after intercourse, she may have a yeast infection. And again, this would require her to see her gynecologist. She will need a prescription to clear that up too.
- Talk to your doctor. Don't be too afraid to see your doctor. Definitely try the lube first. But if the burning sensation is still there or there are other symptoms along with it, a doctor visit and a prescription will be necessary for sex to be pleasurable again.
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