Deep pain. The pain after intercourse in women with endometriosis is ofter described as a deep, sometimes persistent discomfort. There can also be pain during intercourse if the endometriotic implants are in such a place they they get "hit" during intercourse. Intercourse is not supposed to hurt - if it does, there may be something to get checked out.
Painful intercourse. Deep penetration pain is common with endometriosis, you can feel like he is hitting something. You can also have pain at the time of penetration, feels like sandpaper scratch. This could be secundary to a condition associated to endometriosis called vulvodynia. Plus you can hurt at the time of penetration and then tight up and have the muscles of the pelvic floor cramp and feel a sharp stabbing .