Hi there are 2 parts to this story and I've been having these problems already twice so I'm jus going to start with the first one. Almost a month ago I went to my first ob/gyn check-up and she asked me if I was still a virgin and I said yes and she checked me down there and she said my hymen was intact and everything was ok. She said I didn't need a pap smear but she did pull out a long q-tip and she put it inside me and it hurt so much to the point where I was feeling very nauseous. After I got out of the office it was still hurting and burning. I got home and when I tried to pee it started hurting. Everytime I tried it would be like peeing razors so my mom called my pediatrician and asked what is happening. I showed her down there and she said it was red and irritated. She prescribed me some kind of ointment and I gave them a sample of my pee too. After a few weka they needed another sample because they said they werent quite sure if it was uti. They asked for a sample of my morning pee and I provided, they havent called about the results yet, so I assumed I was ok. Today my bf fingered me and I made him use those gloves for the fingers because I didn't want bacteria in me but before that he use to finger me without the glove but he would wash his hands. After he fingered me, I felt really sore down there and when I went to go pee it was uncomfortable. It hurt a little not loke the first experience with the ob/gyn but it felt uncomfortable and it hurt when I pee but after that it went away. But I just am really worried if something is wrong with me down there. And I have no idea what it is. Should I be worried? I've been with my bf for almost 3 years now and he's a virgin too. He never touched a girl down there before me so I trust him that he doesnt have std's but I'm still really worried! Is this normal?
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