Pains After Sex - Millions of Women Have It

Surprisingly, many women reported that pleasurable sex was replaced by excruciating pains. Let's find out why...



rimdeovelha's picture
rimdeovelha posted on Thu, 01/24/2013 - 09:48
Is there a way that this can be something serious? I know I have felt a really bad pain after a few times but I think that was due to his curved penis hitting something it wasn't supposed to.
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Sheri McGee posted on Sat, 06/22/2013 - 12:30
Dear Rimdeovelha,
It is always possible that stabbing pain after great sex can be caused by something serious. However, often when researching symptoms there are a lot of simple explanations as well. It is best to let yourself read everything before you get freaked out.

Some women have a shorter clearance in their vagina. When we are young the body will stretch to accommodate our partner. Not everyone has the same physical make-up and not all women will stretch to a proportion that is comfortable for them. As a woman ages the ability for any part of the body to stretch is limited a bit. When there is a lot of pounding at the very back of the vagina behind the cervix this can bruise the wall and it is very painful for awhile afterwards. For some women this pain will not start til the next day and can last up to a week. It does tend to slacken over the passing days.

Another possibility is that your ovaries are being hit by his penis. When you ovulate some women can feel their ovary because it swells a bit. This will determine which one will be used for either creating a baby or being your monthly flow. If the ovary gets pounded it will get mad and will hurt. If at all possible try not to hit them when having sex because it can actually burst causing a bunch of problems you do not need.

Another possibility is that your cervix is inflamed. If you reach inside your vagina and feel for what may feel like a little volcano with a puckered center that is it. It is located toward your belly. This is the entry point for sperm to fertilize the egg. It is also the place where a tampon will sit to catch your flow. For some the use of tampons causes an allergic reaction and the cervix will grow small bumps on it. When these bumps get rubbed a lot, as during sex, they can burst open and become raw. When his sperm reaches them it may cause a painful sensation. The sensation will manifest as something different for most.

If you have bleeding during this pain it would be best to seek professional help.

Sheri McGee

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rimdeovelha's picture
rimdeovelha posted on Tue, 06/25/2013 - 10:01
Wow! That was a super description. I feel like I know exactly what I need to know. For my pain I think it was bruising of the wall. You mentioned it will stretch according to your partner, well I think that is exactly what happened in my situation. Always good to understand the problems so you can fix them. Thank you so much Sheri!
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Isaak Koenka posted on Sat, 06/22/2013 - 23:47
Aside from the bruising of a lady's internals, this could also be caused by a build up of lactic acid in your muscles especially those kegel and other muscles that are rarely used when in public at the gym. 

I don't know about anyone else here, but after a couple of hours of sex, I'm hurting on the inside a little, from sympathy I guess. 

I would also say there is a huge difference between it happening often, and happening all the time. All time way bigger problem.
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rimdeovelha's picture
rimdeovelha posted on Tue, 06/25/2013 - 10:03
You are right as well Isaak. I think it was the bruising. I am sure because I have never had problems with the other things and went to get checked up recently. I am just like you however. The body gets exhausted after a few hours and just wants rest. Thank goodness it never happened all the time. Just very little and I have not had signs of it for a while now.
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