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Is low back pain just before orgasm common?

very unusual. You should discuss with your doctor, an examination and possible further testing maybe warranted to assure that a problem does not exist. It could be normal but i would like to make sure no underlying pathology exists. Talk to your doctor. Read more...

After I orgasm I get a burny lower back pain. I'm 18 and a female. Any ideas?

Here are some ... What you described is how your body responds to sexual excitement. Is such experience new or lifelong to you? If lifelong, that is how and what you're; if new / recent, seek pro-evaluation and counseling to see if there is something happening in the pelvis. But, largely, there would be not much that could be done and it could be related with muscle discomfort from orgasm-related tension. Read more...

Can IBS cause pelvic/rectal and low back pain after orgasm.?

It is possible, yet. It would still be wise to see your doctor. The low back pain could be due to several things including muscle spasm, strain or disc disease. The pelvic/rectal pain could be due to the IBS, bladder issue or constipation. A thorough evaluation by your doctors is in order as orgasm itself is not usually a culprit of pain. Read more...

I get severe pelvic/rectal/lower back pain after orgasm. GYN test show normal tvu, fsh, estrogen, metabolic panel, etc...what causes this.?

?Endometriosis. Please see your OB/GYN or primary doctor and have a frank discussion with them about how often, when, what positions, etc. cause this severe pain. This is NOT normal, and can be a sign of more serious illness. Endometriosis (inner lining of the uterus escaped to OUTSIDE the uterus, but inside the belly) can sometimes cause scar tissue which is stretched with sex and orgasm. Get care! Good luck. Read more...

Irregular periods, pain with intercourse, pain after orgasm, lower back pain, right side lower abdomen severe cramps on a regular basis. Is this norma?

Doesn't sound normal. Well, easiest way to answer "normal" or not is to ask if you've ever had "regular" periods, painLESS intercourse, NO PAIN after orgasm, and NO lower back, and no regular severe cramps. If you answered YES to any of those questions then, for you none of these things are likely "normal." What could it be is more the question. Bladder infection? Vaginal dryness/infection? Need to be examined. Read more...
Not normal and ... Of course, not normal and you should be systemically evaluated with a comprehensive review of detailed specifics, relevance, & sequence of events of all symptoms + findings of timely physical exam & testing as needed. How to these has not to be that hard by following instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; then you can work rightly with doc - preferably by gynecologist for care.. Read more...

I'm female age 47. I have been waking up in the middle if the night with low back pain every night for the past couple 2-3 months. Cause?

Causes of back pain. There are many possible causes of this symptom. There is not enough information here to decide. For many people, tired, sore muscles in the back cause this symptom. A worn mattress could be the cause. This could also be caused by a problem with the bones or nerve roots, a kidney stone, or blood vessels. Hope this gives you some idea to start with. Read more...