Pain during intercourse. Pain during menstrual, back ache, bad headaches, lasting a week before and after. Started after tubal 10 months ago?

Pain. Pain with intercourse is not normal. It may be due to scar tissue but is still something that needs to be evaluated and an exam is necessary for evaluation. The other symptoms frequently appear after a tubal because you stop the other methods of contraception that prevent or decrease the cramping and headaches common with menses (there are many non-contraceptive benefits to pills, parches,etc.)