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Just recently I have been getting severe inner pains during intercourse with my boyfriend. What could this mean?

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Dr. Peter Kurzweil
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In brief: Dyspareunia

Above term means painful intercourse.
From your question, i presume prior intercourse with boyfriend was fine, without pain. Therefore, something is wrong. A retained vaginal pad, a vaginal infection, acute muscle spasm of vaginal wall, some spikes on boyfriend's penis (just kidding), a new lesion on your cervix. Has something changed about the nature of your relationship? 1st step, see gyno.

In brief: Dyspareunia

Above term means painful intercourse.
From your question, i presume prior intercourse with boyfriend was fine, without pain. Therefore, something is wrong. A retained vaginal pad, a vaginal infection, acute muscle spasm of vaginal wall, some spikes on boyfriend's penis (just kidding), a new lesion on your cervix. Has something changed about the nature of your relationship? 1st step, see gyno.
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