Whilst having sex with my partner I sometimes get really bad cramps inside, I sometimes feel as though she is tender inside and not wanting to be jabbed.
I seemed to notice it happening when I was on the pill for six months but just assumed it was that so I changed to the implant but and have had that now for six months and it has now come back, It can be quite painful and quite upsetting and has often bought me to tears as I can barely move due to the intensity of the burning sensation in my pelvic region.
I don't know what it could be again maybe he is jabbing something that doesn't want to be jabbed or maybe something is wrong.
I have a doctors appointment tomorrow but am slightly embarrassed to ask as my doctor is male, but also a very down to earth no bullshit kinda guy but again I am embarrassed to ask a male doctor why it hurts to have sex.
That really sounds like a question for your doctor. Anytime you're having pain that is that severe, it needs to be examined by a professional. It'd probably be a good idea to lay off the penetrative sexual activities until you get this sorted out.
If you're having trouble feeling comfortable talking with this doctor, it also might be wise to start looking for a new doctor that you can feel comfortable with.
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Thankx for the reply, I was starting to think ppl had forgotten me or something, I did speak with my doctor and told me it is uterine spasms, he's not sure why so I have to go for an ultra sound tomorrow.
I'm scared that things are really wrong down there and I fear I may bot be able to have children I don't know why but I am so scared that will happen.
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