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Is it common to feel vaginal pain during pregnacy? So far 26 weeks. Will it get worse and should i worry? Its usually when im up or walking.

Is it common to feel vaginal pain during pregnacy? So far 26 weeks. Will it get worse and should i worry? Its usually when im up or walking.

Should not: If you are having this symptom - you need to get checked for possible Preterm labor, especially since you are 26 weeks and if you do have PTL - you need treatment immediately ...Read more

Dr. Mark Ingerman
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When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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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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Had sex during ovulation on 4th. condom didnt break! vaginal pain after ovulation start on 10th. pregnancy strip negative on 8th. risk of pregnancy?

Had sex during ovulation on 4th. condom didnt break! vaginal pain after ovulation start on 10th. pregnancy strip negative on 8th. risk of pregnancy?

Not Pregnant: Wow. You have to be smarter than this. You did not have any exposure to sperm. You are not pregnant. You do not need to do any pregnancy testing. You have pain. That represents trauma or infection. If the pain is persistent then you must be examined and then treated for the problem causing the pain. Condoms work. Pain is not in any way a symptom of early pregnancy. ...Read more

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Is I normal to have vaginal pain days after intercorse? What causes this pain

Is I normal to have vaginal pain days after intercorse? What causes this pain

Levator spasm: The pelvic floor muscles can be in spasm causing either rectal or tailbone pain. The muscle spasm can also cause pain during or after intercourse. Physical therapy or muscle relaxants are the primary therapies for this issue. There are frequently other pain generators in the pelvis such as endometriosis or ic that cause the muscles to be in spasm that need to be evaluated. ...Read more

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Normal to have pressure and external vaginal pain at 31 weeks?

If pregnant, yes: The pressure and pain is due to the head of the fetus on the pubic bone, as well as the juncture of that bone starting to 'soften and separate' to allow for ease of delivery. ...Read more

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Vaginal pain during relations, could it be a menopausal side effect? What else could it be? The patient is 53 year old female.

Vaginal pain during relations, could it be a  menopausal side effect? What else could it be? The patient is 53 year old female.

Possibly menopausal : Estrogen deficiency in menopause causes vaginal skin dryness and thinning, leading to pain during intercourse (dyspareunia) for 20-40% of women. Some women will benefit from using vaginal estrogen (cream, ring, tablet) or oral/patch estrogen replacement to treat these vaginal changes. Be sure to see a physician about other possible causes of pain: urinary infection, vaginitis, muscle spasms, etc. ...Read more

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What causes vaginal pain during intercourse?

What causes vaginal pain during intercourse?

'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