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Pain After Sexual Activity Dyspareunia
Not uncommon: For some women to experience pain with intercourse. This needs 2b discussed with her gynecologist. Problem can be anatomic, physiologic or psychological. Try the gyn approach first, s/he will tell you if they think it is something they can help or whether u might benefit from some sex counseling. Good luck. ...Read more
Traumatic or infect: Traumatic or infection are the two most answers that\are likely. Many women have "experienced" honey moon cystitis, caused by irritation of the urethra during intercourse. Direct bladder irritation is also possible. Infection can occur if their is penile/urethral irritation during intercourse, which can cause cystitis. If your sx do not improve, or you develop a fever, see your dr. Asap! ...Read more
Testicular pain next day after intercourse. Pain in Testical, pain with ejaculation, scrotal pain. Happens lot after intercourse?
I am experiencing pain with urination, pain during sex, vaginal odor, vaginal pain, bleeding after intercourse and vaginal tenderness.
Get it checked: With all these symptoms you are describing,i suggest you consult your gynecologist asap.It seems you have a pevic infection with may be a urinary tract infection as well.You need a gyn exam and cultures of the vaginal fluid and urine test as well.Dont waste time and consult your Gynecologist or go to ER.Do not have sex till you find out what is wrong with you ...Read more
Yes: Yes, but let yourself heal a little so you don't tear open stitches. Ask your doctor how long to wait (it will depend on how big and whether any hernias were repaired at the same time) but usually i let my patients try after two weeks as long as they aren't into "olympic sex" i.e. Hanging out of windows! if your body says, "no, " wait longer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
'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
Shouldn't be : This doesn't sound like a normal sensation or response. Different things can cause vaginal discomfort with (or after intercourse), sometimes inadequate lubrication can cause it. You could try a lubricant. But if it doesn't help, you should see a doctor for a better investigation and treatment options. ...Read more
Several things: Symptoms and concerns like these mandate a thorough evaluation by your doctor. ...Read more
Recently I experience cramps, pulling/tugging sensation in pelvic area during orgasms. No pain during sex before or after orgasm. What can cause this?
Orgasm contractions: Organism can cause rapid and intense smooth muscle contractions of the uterus and vagina. If there ae adhesions from a previous surgery then pulling or tugging may also be present when orgasm occurs. If that is not the case, then chalk it up to a new "level of orgiastic pleasure". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
? 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
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