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Implanon inserted. Having painful intercourse. Suspected for endometriosis. Second opinion?

Hello, I ve been having painful intercourse for the past 8 weeks, Cramping will continue for 2-3days afterwards, If I lean on an object I will cramp up in the uterus , A couple of weeks ago my son layed his head on my stomach then I started to cramp up, went to the toilet and was bleeding, this all started 3 mts after having implanon in also My gyn is thinking endometriosis Thank You kindly
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
The common causes for painful intercourse are;
Endometrosis,fibroid uterus,cervicitis and vaginitis that is the yeast infection of infection.If your gynaecologist suspests endometrosis as cause of your painful intercourse,confirm it by ultra sound.If it proved to be endometrosis,get it treated by your gynaecologist.
Hope this answers your question.
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