What could cause vagina pain?

Several things. Vaginal pain can be caused by infections (vaginal or pelvic), ovarian growth/cyst, injury and a host of others. The vagina is a distensible potential space that can even produce pain during extraordinary expansion such as childbirth or sexual activity.

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What could be the cause of vagina pain and pelvic pain on one side?

Pelvic pain. ovarian cyst is a strong possibility. Depending on the side appendicitis could cause this. UTI is another. better get checked by a physician soon. Read more...
R/O CYST V PID. Unilateral pain can be an ovarian cyst. If you had a recent STD secondary to gonorrhea or clamydia, it can be PID. You need a full exam with pelvic exam and labs. An abdominal and pelvic US to evaluate for cyst/PID/ectopic pregnancy /fibroids. Seek a prompt and through evaluation. If you can possibly be pregnant do a home pregnancy test. An ectopic pregnancy needs urgent evaluation. Read more...

What could cause pain in vagina during intercourse that radiates to left buttcheek? Also hurts to cough now. My hip did pop before it happened.

Pelvic Girdle Joints. Female w. Sciatica during sex ; after "hip popped" likely w. Subluxing sacroiliac joint (sij), which can pop, unlike spine which doesn't. Bony pelvis is ring w. Three joints ; excess movement of sij torques ; stresses symphysis pubis joint w. Referred pain to mid-pelvis (vagina region). Missionary position w. Thigh flexed ; out torques sij w. Ligament stretch ; pain. Joint hypermobility syndrome? Read more...

What could cause this pain inside vagina during sex. Almost feels like a cut. Help? I am so stressed out, and I'm hoping someone can advise or has experienced this before and has answers! I don't have health insurance so I keep putting off a doctor visit,

There . There are free clinics in most areas where you can be seen and examined, such as planned parenthood, but if you google "free clinics", with your city name, you should be able to find one. This could be a rash, an infection, or other abnormalities causing your pain. You need to be seen and have a complete evaluation to diagnosis this. Read more...