Why do I always have a swollen labia after intercourse?

Many possibilities. You might be irritated or just excited. Ask your gynecologist.
Lots of reasons. Too dry, too rough, too long, penis too big, vagina too small, allergic to lubricant, not enough foreplay, infection, allergy to latex condoms...The list goes on and on. Call your family doctor and get an exam!

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Hi I am 16 weeks pregnant after intercourse recently I began bleeding and my Bartholin's gland was swollen and blocked. Now I have clear sores around my clitoris and a swollen labia?

You . You need to see your OB for evaluation and treatment. Any bleeding during pregnancy warrants an investigation. If your gland is blocked and infected you will need a course of antibiotics. On the other hand, the clear sores are worrisome. This could be a herpes outbreak. Regardless, you should see your doctor right away. Good luck. Read more...

Swollen labia after sex? His or my fault?

Neither. Common. And who lays blame in something so enjoyable? She might simply be excited, or if he's rough, she may ask him to lubricate more or be gentler. There's no risk -- keep the communication open and sex will get better and better. Read more...
No blame. I agree with previous answer. Instead of laying blame, seek and answer or solution to minimize the swelling part of which is very normal. The lania are composed of vascular tissue, which like the penis, can become normally enlarged or engorged in the course of sexual intimacy or excitement. If this is bothersome and/or mechanically interferes, consider lubricants or estrogen creams. Read more...

What causes a swollen labia, and yellowish-brown discharge after sex?

Difficult to say. Timing of these finding in relation to when sex happened can be important. Brown discharge can often be old blood, which can happen with even mild pressure or touching of cervix. If these findings persist more than a few days, see your doctor for an exam. Read more...
Possible infection. Like herpes, bacterial std or non std, allergic reaction, you need to see your gyn for an evaluation and clutures and blood work can be done. Read more...

Swollen labia during plus after sex. Am I too dry?

Maybe. Try a water based lubricant to supplement "mother nature" such as k-y or astroglide. If the swelling continues see an gyn for evaluation for a possible bartholin gland infection or cyst. Read more...
Swollen labia. Certainly this could be one cause. Other than other methods to ensure lubrication with otc products, increasing the amount of foreplay may help. Other than this, consider physiologic reasons such as insufficient estrogen stimulation of vaginal mucosa as well as the possibility of allergic reaction, excessive friction, infection or stds, etc. Read more...

What could cause a swollen labia during and after sex?

Lots of things. Too hard, too long, too dry, too rough, vagina too small, penis too big, not enough foreplay, infections, trauma, etc. If the problem does not resolve, you need to get examined by your doctor, don't be shy...Go! in the future, be gentle, use lube if needed (astroglide or pjur), go slow, if it hurts, stop and cuddle and try again later. Read more...
Excitement for one. Excitement, irritation and/or infection would be at the top of my list. Read more...
Swollen Labia Minora. Swollen labia can be arise from congenital causes, vascular, lymphatic, tumor, infection, trauma from intercourse, cyst enlargement, varicocoele, hidradenitis, fasciitis, and many other causes. It is best to see your gynecologist for an exam. However the labia are composed of vascular tissue, similar to the penis, and do become slightly engorged during sexual stimulation which is normal. Read more...

I'm concerned because I have swollen labia after sex. How can I relieve this and what should I do?

What you do . Depends on the reason for the swelling. Possible reasons for swelling of the vagina / labia include allergic reaction/irritation due to latex condoms, lubricants, vaginal contraceptives, spermicides, semen; contact dermatitis, infection ; aggressive sex. Read more...