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See a GYN MD: If the area is painful and swollen it could be infected, or a growth is present that can't be seen by yourself. You need to go see a GYN MD for assessment to determine exactly what is the problem. ...Read more
Day 16 of cycle. Cervix felt "tender" during sex; deep penetration slightly painful when hitting the cervix. Could this be ovulation related?
Have swollen lymph nodes around pubic bone. Vaginal discomfort, feels swollen. Little odorless discharge, pelvis feels tender. Is it yeast infectio?
Atypical for yeast: These are not typical symptoms for yeast, which doesn't cause enlarged lymph nodes or pevlic tenderness -- but both may depend on exactly where the discomfort is located. Other infections are more likely; or a non-infectious cause. Herpes or another STD might be possible, but of course only if you are at risk (new or unsafe partner, etc). Best to not speculate and see a doctor ASAP. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes!: Yes, you could be pregnant!Get a more detailed answer ›
Naususe, cramping, increased appitite, headaches, lower back pain, swollenish vagina walls, hard cervix, frequent urination, tender nipples, tired..Pregnant?
Lower abdominal pain/tender to the touch, pelvic cramps sometimes & very painful intercourse with deep penetration, very sensitive cervix. Any idea?
Painful intercourse, stabbing pains in abdomen and cervix, lasted 30 mins approx. Located large lump near opening of cervix . Post csection 6 weeks.
IT CERTAINLY COULD B: Either, depending on when your next period is due. ...Read more
Lymphadenoapthy: Lymph glands can swell and get inflamed during infectious periods or with other medical conditions. If the swelling does not go down after a few days or with treatment of an infection, get checked out. Best wishes. ...Read more
Likely normal: It's normal to feel pressure and soreness as the pregnancy progresses. Sometimes women have difficulty discriminating contraction pain, versus pain and pressure of normal pregnancy. Contractions feel like a tightening and are episodic, meaning they come in waves and are timed. Constant soreness is often ligament stretching and/or compression of structures in the pelvis. ...Read more
Whilst having pap smear gyny said cervix looks little inflammed, bled easily when touched.On day 1 after smear and have lower pelvic cramping.Reason?
Probably unrelated: Your symptoms are probably not related to the PAP or the inflammation of cervix. However, it needs to be determined why the cervix is inflamed as the same process may be active in the pelvis and that could result in cramps. If you symptoms have not gone away, it would be prudent to consult your doctor who examined you. ...Read more
How to tell: Malignant lymph nodes are usually non-tender, may be of any consistency but are usually firmer than other nodes, often stick to surrounding structures, and are simply not normal-feeling. At your age, having cancer announce itself as a node that's not obviously very abnormal is very unlikely. ...Read more
Both breasts feel bruised and tender. Very painful . Not pregnant. Yellowish discharge from nipples.
Not normal: The only situation in which this would be normal or expected is if you are an avid runner/athlete who does not have a well-fitting sports bra. Otherwise a nipple discharge without a history of pregnancy, delivery or breast-feeding in the recent past is always abnormal and warrants an exam. A 1-sided discharge is more urgently concerning than a symmetric one. ...Read more
Possibilities: Could be a number of things. It could be something as simple as an infected hair follicle, or infected sebaceous cyst (sweat gland). Neither of which is sexually transmitted. But it could be a herpes lesion, which is an std. You can see a gynecologist for a definitive diagnosis. You can try applying warm compresses to see if that helps it to resolve. ...Read more