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Experiencing pain during intercourse and abdominal cramps after sex. Tested for STI, results negative. Is it normal?

Hello, I am a 28 year old female who experiences pain during and after sex. I am married with one child and my husband and I both tested negative for STIs. The last time I had a pap smear was about 3 years ago which came back normal. Since being with my husband (before and during our marriage) I experience sharp and very uncomfortable pains when he thrusts all the way inside me (unless he does so slowly). Also for about 1 to 3 days after sex I experience minor to strong abdominal cramps . Because of this I sometimes avoid having sex with him for extended periods. This discomfort happens whether or not we use condoms or extra lubrication . Should I see a doctor? Or is this normal?
Asked On : Tue, 1 Jan 2013
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good after noon
you should visit an doctor,it is associated with deficency in vitamins which cause very siever defect in conduction of neurological impluses ,some times it can cause siever pain,
it is not related with std,but if there is secondary infection of any std then the symptomatic pain will increase
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dr vinod raina
Answered: Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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