it generally last for few hour to a day depending upon the injury. If you’re experiencing soreness around your vaginal area after sexual intercourse, it’s important to understand where the pain
is coming from so you can suss out the potential cause and best treatment.
The vagina is a long, muscular canal the runs from the vaginal opening to the cervix.
The vulva comprises the labia, clitoris, vaginal opening, and urethral
opening. The labia are the lips, or folds, of skin around the vaginal opening.
Many people say “vagina” when they really mean “vulva.” we’ll keep these differences clear as you read about reasons why your vaginal area may hurt after sexual activity.
If you experience pain in your vagina or vulva after sexual penetration, there are several reasons why it could be happening. You can treat or prevent most causes. Rarely the pain may be a sign of an emergency.