It might be possible that the copper t has not been placed properly or it might be causing internal injury and infection which is causing pain during sex. Go visit a gynaecologist for a manual examination. Don't neglect it as it may further complicate if left untreated.
You may be required to remove coppery and trattoria infection.
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