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Painful sexual intercourse and painful urination

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am having pain when i have sexual intercoarse and pain after,sometimes for days and also when i go to the bathroom
Posted Sat, 25 Aug 2012 in Vaginal and Uterus Health
 
 
Answered by Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta 3 hours later
Hello and thanks for the query.
Although many females get this pain during intercourse due to lack of fore play or lack of lubrication,there can be various other reasons for pain during intercourse.
These are
Vaginal infections,cervix infections,fibroids in uterus,endometriosis,ovarian cyst,pelvic inflammatory diseases,ectopic pregnancy,injury to vagina,doing intercourse soon after delivery,sexually transmitted disease and menopause.

However considering your age and having a history of painful urination,it means you may be having vaginal infection,cervical infection,pelvic inflammatory disease,endometriosis,ovarian cyst or sexually transmitted diseases.

You require a thorough examination by a gynecologist and necessary investigations to arrive at the diagnosis.
The treatment will ultimately depend upon the diagnosis.

Please do write to me if you want to ask any other query.
Best of luck.
Thanks
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