Soooo, a few nights ago, I had sex for the first time in about 4 or 5 months, after which I had some vaginal pain/burning on the outside, which I'm used to after having gone for awhile w/o having sex, but that was the only thing that was even slightly hurting/bothering me.
Anyway, I'm not much one for morning sex, so my partner is working on persuading me otherwise, and while sucking my nipples (which felt great the night before), all of a sudden (in that, it wasn't that they were sore, and then it got worse and worse; it was literally, "Mmm, this feels ni- OUCHOUCHOUCH!!!") they start to hurt/burn/sting like I've never experienced before, so much so that after I go, "Yeeks, that's enough!!", I'm curled up in the fetal position, squishing my arms as hard as I can into my breasts to try and dull the pain, and it's a good 10-15 minutes before it subsides enough to uncurl. Ever since then (3 days or so), they've still been incredibly painful (there's been a lot of breast-squishing). I've experienced *really* sore nipples from rough partners before, but it's never lasted more than an hour or so, if even that long. So I was examining them more closely a little earlier, and picked at something that just looked like dried gunk, which caused one of them to start bleeding, and that has NEVER happened to me before!
I just started my period yesterday, but I've never had nipple soreness associated w/ getting it. It is really cold and dry out, and I just moved out of my old apartment over the weekend, so it might be the friction of moving boxes + the cold/dry weather + an over-eager partner, but I've had similar combinations of those factors before w/ no problems, so it's got me a little freaked out, and I guess I'm just looking for a little reassurance that this is fairly normal, or if it isn't, what's going on, and what should I do? I'm only 22, so I haven't had a ton of experience w/ these kinds of problems, and understandably feel a little awkward posting questions about it online... =\
Anyway, anything anyone can offer in the way of reassurance/information would be super appreciated! Thanks for looking at my problem, and I hope everyone's having a pleasant night! =)
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