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Is it normal to have vaginal pain during period?

Is it normal to have vaginal pain during period?

Yes it is in some: Yes it may be normal in some. The nerves that supply the uterus also supply the vagina and on can feel pain in vagina during periods. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have vaginal pain during your period?

Is it normal to have vaginal pain during your period?

Can be normal: The flow as well as use of tampons can cause you to have a sore vagina. If the blood starts to have an odor than you might be getting an infection a d then you should go see your gyn. ...Read more

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My period is expected next month. I have strtd experiencing vaginal pain every 5-6 hours and it lasts 2 minutes. Is this normal?

Not normal: Vaginal pain coming every 5-6 hours is strange. Referred pain from the intestines from gas or constipation seems like one possibility. A badder infection could be another. If this continues an exam will be needed. ...Read more

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I woke up with a black period and smells sweet. Also I have vaginal pain. Could this be something serious? Period came on time.

Menstrual color: Black generally means very old blood, the odor may be something unrelated and since you have pain I would get seen. My concern would be an infection ...Read more

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I have seen few blood drops three days back n today ie 15 oct my period started with intense vaginal pain as my last period was on 22sep is it normal?

I have seen few blood drops three days back n today ie 15 oct my period started with intense vaginal pain as my last period was on 22sep is it normal?

Can't say yes or no: There isn't enough information to determine if this is normal or not. Vaginal pain with a period is a good reason to see a md for assessment. ...Read more

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Period late6days. Last night few blood drops, brown spots, pain. Felt like period. Bt today nothing. Same thing+vaginal pain 3weeks ago for3days. Am I preg?

Period late6days. Last night few blood drops, brown spots, pain. Felt like period. Bt today nothing. Same thing+vaginal pain 3weeks ago for3days. Am I preg?

Take the test: If you want to know if you are pregnant, take a test. In today's world you do not need to wonder if you are pregnant or not based on symptoms. Pregnancy tests are available at any pharmacy and in minutes you will have your answer. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. ...Read more

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I have vaginal pain near my clitoris and anal areas I have never been sexually active and my period just recently ended. What should I do?

I have vaginal pain near my clitoris and anal areas I have never been sexually active and my period just recently ended. What should I do?

See your doctor: Please see your doctor about this. You might have an infection (not all are sexually transmitted) or some other cause that will need to be examined. Good luck. ...Read more

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I have Mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD & just finished 2 1/2 month long period. Lately I have random shooting vaginal pain. My nipples are also sore. What's wrong with me?

I have Mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD & just finished 2 1/2 month long period. Lately I have random shooting vaginal pain. My nipples are also sore. What's wrong with me?

Should not be: Pregnant. You could take a pregnancy test if worried. The Mirena (levonorgestrel) puts out Progesterone to counteract the estrogen you make. Your symptoms come from the estrogen. Once you stop bleeding on theorems you usually are ok and just might have breakthrough spotting. ...Read more

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I am having severe lower abdomen and vaginal pain with burps. Periods late by 45 days. What it could be?

I am having severe lower abdomen and vaginal pain with burps. Periods late by 45 days. What it could be?

Do a pregnancy: Test. See ur pcp or gyn and get checked for fibroids endometriosis, pregnancy etc. God bless u! http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/pelvicpain. Html. Http://pregnancy. About. Com/od/amipregnant/a/missedperiod. Htm. ...Read more

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What could cause painful periods? For the first 1-2 days, I have moderate to severe pelvic pain (is pelvic pain the same as vaginal pain)?

What could cause painful periods? For the first 1-2 days, I have moderate to severe pelvic pain (is pelvic pain the same as vaginal pain)?

JHS: Premenstrual Disorder, PMD, pain condition is common in women with benign Hypermobility Syndrome. Inherited loose pelvic joints become looser during menses as effect of hormone Relaxin. Tonifying pelvis, low back & abdominal muscles via aquatherapy & yoga will help to stabilize loose joints. Cannabis has helped many women with PMD symptoms. ...Read more

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I'm taking birth pills for a month now, I got my period 5 days later than expected with massive vaginal pain meanwhile & a brown discharge afterwards?

I'm taking birth pills for a month now, I got my period 5 days later than expected with massive vaginal pain meanwhile & a brown discharge afterwards?

Periods: BCP: It depends on when in the cycle you started the pill. If you had a normal period before you started the pill, and started on day 5 of your last cycle, the pill should work for birth control. If you started on day 7 or 8 after your period began, you could be pregnant. There are other causes, but get a serum pregnancy test to be certain. ...Read more

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After sex Took Plan B and had 2 regural period. Week after 2nd period start. Had vaginal pain and yellowish white discharge. Had 6 -ve HPT. Preg.?

After sex Took Plan B and had 2 regural period. Week after 2nd period start. Had vaginal pain and yellowish white discharge. Had 6 -ve HPT. Preg.?

Not pregnant: Your tests are negative meaning that you are not pregnant. You do not need to repeat them. You should schedule a visit to make sure your vaginal discharge does not indicate an infection. ...Read more

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Brown vaginal discharge, vaginal pain and itching, no period, negative pregnancy test, irregular periods, pain during sex...What is wrong with me?

Brown vaginal discharge, vaginal pain and itching, no period, negative pregnancy test, irregular periods, pain during sex...What is wrong with me?

Brown = blood: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections ; hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more

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What do you recommend for vaginal pain?

What do you recommend for vaginal pain?

Vaginal Pain: The most important consideration is a careful medical history, speculum, digital examination, microscopic examination and culture of dna test for infection. Simply treating the pain could be masking something that requires medical intervention. ...Read more

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What to do if vaginal pain and discomfort?

See GYN MD: Unfortunately, this forum cannot provide an answer but an appointment with a GYN MD can. ...Read more

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Are medications used to treat vaginal pain?

Vaginal pain: Yes, various medications are used to treat vaginal pain. If you are having pain, you should see your doctor for a check up to determine the cause of your pain, and give you appropriate treatment. ...Read more

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What are some of the common causes of vaginal pain?

What are some of the common causes of vaginal pain?

Many causes: Vaginal pain can be caused by many things. The most common are: infection, vaginal dryness from nearing menopause, cuts from sex, and muscular spasms. ...Read more

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Is vaginal pain from bulging disc?

Doubtful: Bulging discs certainly can radiate pain to many areas but usually to the legs. Radiating pain to the groin area less likely as is vaginal pain. I would recommend a vaginal exam to rule out other pathology as a source of your pain. If no source is found in the vaginal area then other conditions need to be ruled out which would include an exam and possible xrays of other areas including the back ...Read more

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What are usual treatments for vaginal pain?

That depends: On the cause of the pain, once you determine the cause, and what is not causing it, then you can do the appropriate treatment, of course the results will vary depending on the cause. There are way too many to explain that here. You should see your gyn for an evaluation. ...Read more

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What causes vaginal pain from clitoral stimulation?

What causes vaginal pain from clitoral stimulation?

Not normal: You should not have this problem. This needs to evaluated by your doctor. A neruologist to evaluate abnormal nerve activation may even be needed. ...Read more