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Pain In My Cervix Area
Bruising the cervix:
The dildo is traumatizing the cervix. Like hitting it with a hammer.
If it hurts you it is causing damage so stop using it. ...Read more
I've got a sharp pain in my cervix area in my right side and hurts mostly during sexual intercourse. ...?
Exam: You should see your doctor for an exam to see what type of injury/condition exists. ...Read more
I am 30 weeks pregnant I have lost my mucus plug, dilated to 2.5cm and a shortened cervix. Last night I started having pain (sharp) on my cervix area?
OB, ASAP: I suggest you go to the labor and delivery of your ob/gyn asap for evaluation, monitoring and an ultrasound to make sure you're not going into pre-term labor. ...Read more
I'm experiencing a dull pain around my vaginas/cervix area and I'm less than a month pregnant. What do I do?
Nothing: Not uncommon during the first trimester- unless accompanied by profuse bleeding. ...Read more
A few months ago when removing a tampon, my cervix area tore. Now it seems to still be torn up and worse, not sure why or what to do..
Go to the doctor: In this situation the next step is to call and get in to see the doctor. ...Read more
The last few days intercours with my husband have been painfull. I had a biopsy of my cervix done abt a yearago and now the top inside of my area hurts?
Painful intercourse: Painful intercourse (dyspareunia) can have a myriad of causes. If the pain started recently, the chances of it having anything to do with the biopsy. ...Read more
I;m 36 weeks, I feeling sharp pains and tearing in around my cervix area, also, when I get into the tub, I feel a stinging in my cervix.
I'm trying for a baby. Lately I've been getting pains in my cervix area when we are having sex. What could this be? Periods etc are normal
Hi- if I have HPV and ill take my cervix out- will I still have a chance to get cancer? Can the virus manifest itself in other areas of the body? Thx
Yes: Hpv causes changes that can affect all of the epithelial cells in the vagina, vulva, anus and mouth/throat. So even if someone has their cervix taken out, they can have cancer of those areas. Having said that, the chances of having pre-cancer or cancer in those areas is extremely low. Regular check ups to check for lesions as well as noting any lesions yourself in those areas can help. Best! ...Read more
My cervix has been removed, along with having a partial hysterectomy. I have noticed and unusual pain it is difficult to describe coming from my vaginal area within the last two months or so. I Took a look and just in the opening of the vagina not on the
What could be causing tender soreness inside right pelvi area? Thinking maybe its my cervix or tubes or around it...Sometimes its a sharp pain
Depends: Could also be musculoskeletal depending upon your activity level and exercise regimen. ...Read more
I have HPV and they found white spots on my cervix. They took a biopsy of certain areas Scarred it might be cancer. What food should I eat for that?
Diet won't help: Most likely this isn't as serious as you fear. Actual cancer is rare at your age (29). If you have pre-cancer cell changes, it will be easily treated and cancer prevented. Even without treatment, it's generally several years from dysplasia to actual cancer. What you eat, however, will make no difference. The important thing is to follow your doctor's advice about treatment and follow-up testing. ...Read more
While I was sleeping had crampy pain on vaginal area on the bone maybe my cervix is that sign of pregnency or implantation?
Had pain in rightlower stomach for 3 day today I went pee and no burning or nothing but felt labor like pains in my cervix and ovaries area any ideas?
Best see MD;: 22 year old female has pain in right lower abdomen for 3 days, no burning on urination but felt labor like pains in cervix and ovaries area asks for ideas. Consider pregnancy (normal or ectopic); problems with Right ovary/ tube; Infections/ Pelvic inflammatory diseases & more. The Appendix and parts of the large/ small intestine are also on that right side location; Best to see MD ...Read more
A little bleeding...: When you ovulate, a tiny bit of bleeding often occurs internally - not enough to put you in danger, but enough to irritate the lining of the internal organs. When you have sex, you are jostling those internal organs - and you may have pain. Naturally, you should be evaluated if pain persists for several hours. Lgromkomd. ...Read more
I am have a lot of pain in my cervix I am at risk for cervical cancer and I haven't been checked since august 2012 what should I do?
Everytime I breathe heavily, I get a sharp pain in my cervix each time I do it. I'm 11 weeks pregnant is this normal?
I think I am around 6/7 weeks pregnant and have had a lot of pain in my belly and today started having pain in my cervix? What could this be?
See your doctor: Pain is very often an indication that something is amiss and deserves thorough medical evaluation. See your OB doctor and get checked out now! ...Read more
I am now having awful cramps and pain in my cervix. It's keeping me from being able to use the bathroom. Should I go to ER? I am not pregnant.
I'm 38 weeks pregnant and my cervix is at 50 percent and I'm having this sharp shooting pain in my cervix I'm I having contraction?
The 1st day of my last period was 23 August and I had unprotected sex 2 September (he ejaculated inside) and I’m currently on day 34 of my cycle. I took a pregnancy test yesterday but it was negative. I’m experiencing a sharp pain in my cervix & back?
Infection: Sometimes it a sign of pelvic infection, I will go to my obgyn and get tested ...Read more
I'm 39 weeks pregnant and have a headache and feel like I have the flu stuffy nose and pain in my cervix when I walk?
Sometimes a picture: Is worth a thousand words. Assuming you are genetically female and assuming you have had menstrual flow, then we are able to establish you have a uterus. Some females are actually genetically male, therefore don't have a uterus and don't menstruate. So assuming the former, take a look at the diagram I will post. Click on the photo to enlarge it. ...Read more
Doctor can evaluate: "low" means different things to different people. A primary care doctor or an ob-gyn doctor can examine to see what the patient means by low. Plus, the doctor will ask about other symptoms with the female genitals, and will want to know if "low" is a new position, or is the way the uterus/cervix has always been. ...Read more