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Pain During Intercourse
? Muscles vs Organs: ?Standard pelvic pain workup. If your doc are still guessing then you need to shift gears and began a wellness program, vits, magnesium glycinate, sleep hygiene, exercise, self massage, chiropractor, yoga, heat, epsom tub soaking, and stretching. Think flesh=muscles/tissue and not organs with chronic pain. ...Read more
Dyspareunia: Painful intercourse can arise from ligaments of pelvic joint, largest joint in axial spine, the sacroiliac joint. Ligaments are stretched in missionary position as femur leverages pelvis & torques the pelvis. Pain generated by sacroiliac joints can radiate to mid-pelvic region, leading to incorrect perception that vagina is problem. Problem particularly in Hypermobility Syndrome. See comments: ...Read more
Probably not: This is called "deep dysparunia" and can be associated with pelvic muscle and floor dysfunction. This can sometimes be associated with trauma, short leg syndrome, mva and other issues. It could also be a chronic infection. You should start by seing your doctor for a thorough gynecological exam to evaluate for these other possibilities. If this is negative, consider osteopathic manipulation. ...Read more
We had a boy 6 months back, my wife still complains of pain during intercourse. What are the recourse available?
A few ideas: Pain during intercourse could be due to low estrogen levels if she is still breastfeeding. She may want to talk to doctor about vagina estrogen if that's the case. If she's not breastfeeding, maybe she tore in her vagina/perineum during birth and feels residual pain from that. Again, a visit to doctor to explore where pain originates from is essential. Knowing what's causing the pain is #1. ...Read more
Pain during intercourse me and my partner are expierincing pain during intercourse im 88 he is 86.What could cause this
Because, : Because, at age 88 you are post menopausal your body has undergone physiologic changes. Female hormones decrease after menopause. This can lead to the vaginal tissue becoming drier, thinner and less flexible. Thus, the friction or force during intercourse can injure the tissues. Women sometimes have problems with bleeding, pain or a burning sensation. I suggest you talk with your doctor about ways to increase your lubrication. Sex lubricants can be helpful or sometimes your doctor might suggest a prescription medication. I hope this is helpful. ...Read more
Unlikely: The strings need to "wrap wround" the cervix to avoid your feeling them. If they are too long or too short, you may be able to feel them, but it is doubtful they would cause you pain. Have your partner see her gynecologist to check the strings and make sure the iud itself is where it should be. A simple ultrasound can determine proper placement. ...Read more
Collision: This is known as collisional dyspareunia. Some women find collision with the cervix during intercourse pleasurable & can lead to more intense orgasm. Some women find it painful. Most women have an opinion on this if asked. Can occur due to size discrepancy, uterine prolapse, cervical infections, & uterine retroversion (tilted uterus). ...Read more
Dyspareunia: Pain during colitis in patients with endometriosis is due to location of diseased endometrial lining. If it is near vagina, it will cause pain due to thrusting motions and result t pressure near the affected tissue lining. Try changing position or avoid ovulation period of your menstrual cycle when endometriosis would be affected most.Feel better:) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Deep pain: The pain after intercourse in women with endometriosis is ofter described as a deep, sometimes persistent discomfort. There can also be pain during intercourse if the endometriotic implants are in such a place they they get "hit" during intercourse. Intercourse is not supposed to hurt - if it does, there may be something to get checked out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many causes: This problem mandates a real-time (face-to-face) meeting with a doctor. A history has to be taken along with a examination as well as labs and other tests. Only after all this will your doctor be in a position to tell you what's wrong and what needs to be done to help you. ...Read more
Could use your help docs! my wife feels pain during intercourse but we're doing nothing different?
Dyspareunia: She might consider gynecological evaluation to determine why intercourse has become painful. Take care ...Read more
I took one Fluconzole pill and my symptoms cleared up within a week. However, I still have pain during intercourse. Could I still have it?
Me and my boyfriend both are vigins. I have a lot off pain during intercourse. We have tried several times but he is not able to insert into me. Why?
Not on the internet: I am sure you can understand but you need to be examined by a physician. The answer you are seeking will not come from the internet. ...Read more
'One size fits all?': Not always! the vagina is a potential space that undergoes an 'expansion project' during sexual excitement and ultimately intercourse. Inadequate emotional preparation, a lack of lubrication, a vaginal infection, or just plain 'clumsiness' can all inflict pain. ...Read more
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