If I am having sexual Intercourse, is it bad if I am licking or sucking the womans vagina?

Potentially. The technique that you are describing carries the risk of transmitting bacterial (e.g. gonorrhea) and viral infections (e.g., herpes simplex virus - genital herpes and cold sores; Human Papilloma Virus). By age 30 y/o 80 percent of American women have been exposed to the Human Papilloma Virus. This virus has been implicated in the exorbitant rise of throat cancer.

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I am having women problem I been having this problem for 2 moths now. I been having pain in my vagina. I been releasing fluids that don't smell good. Even when I don't have sexual intercourse with my husband I releas bad odors. Sometimes the odors are differe

Several . Several potential issues come to mind with your history alone. First of all, i would recommend a gynecologic examination including a pap test and urine analysis. You may have bacterial vaginosis which is an overgrowth of anerobic bacteria in the vagina. A pelvic ultrasound would probably be a good idea as well because of the pain and irregularity in your cycle. Read more...
You have . An infection down there. Please see a gynecologist as you could have infected your partner too, he cold have no symptoms but will keep you infected. So you need to be seen and treated and he should be two most probably, the secretion should be examined and cultured. The obgyn will do this. Read more...

How long does a woman's vagina hurt after having a baby while having sexual intercourse?

Unhealed, forever. If the vagina has not healed since childbirth, or there are stitches from an episiotomy then the pain will continue "forever". You must see your OB MD to be certain that there are no physical causes for the pain post-childbirth. Read more...

If a female is having swelling in vagina after having sexual intercourse and white substance is flowing than what is it and what is its t?

Variable. Lack of lubrication or vaginal infections, or both, may cause this presentation. Symptoms include swelling, painful intercourse, discharge, and vaginal odor. Your doctor should be able to determine if a bacterial or yeast infection is the culprit. Read more...

I tried to use lidocaine on my vagina to avoid the pain of the first sexual intercourse. It tingled and hurted. Shouldnt I use lidocaine in this area?

No lidocaine. Every woman may have discomfort/pain the very first time she has her first sexual intercourse experience. (For that matter until a woman gets acquainted with her body and is able to anticipate what to expect during interourse.) Lidocaine is not necessary. I would however suggest vaginal lubricant before the penis is inserted. This will ease insertion and the pain. Read more...