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Painful intercourse,not on birth cotrol, no STD's.

I have been married to my husband for 2 years now, both clean (no STDS). He is military and gets checked all the time. We have sex on a regular basis, but today we were having sex and i had the worst pain possible near my hips on both sides, and in my lower abdomen , we tried a different position but I could still feel the pain. We lost our first and only baby in Sep 2011, and I am not on BC we are actually trying for a baby now, but I need to know what this pain is! I haven t gotten pregnant again since the MC. Weve been trying since Nov. 2011. Please help me!
Asked On : Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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just painful intercourse at one time doesn't warrants much more may your wrong positioning may had given pain if it is continuous then one shud find cause for it for fertility problem consult gynac. and proceed further with his advice
Answered: Wed, 23 May 2012
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Dear friend,

Thanks for the query in HCM

The painful intercourse could be due to

1. Inadequate lubrication - which is due to inadequate foreplay - you can use water based lubricants.

2. Infection - If present need to be treated.



Consultant in Reproductive & Sexual Medicine
Answered: Sat, 19 May 2012
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