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Is it normal to have pain while having sex and to get periods earlier than the usual date ?

my girl 4 years ago i sometimes find it painful when i have sex hiya since have my girl 4 years ago i sometimes find it painful when i have sex, only to start with then its fine. I had a c-section and lost alot of blood . second i have been feeling really tired for a year i have been taking multi vitamins for a mth but still feel really tired, somes i get really bad and moody. I sleep well etc. also thismth my period has come early i satrmy cycle about 19-21 of evey mth i have come on my period 9th thismth so week and 6 days early it was painful. is this normal please thank you
Asked On : Sun, 13 Feb 2011
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painful start of intercourse can be mainly because of lack of proper lubrication .do more foreplay before going ahead with intercourse;still if you have problem you can use K-Y jelly to apply so that lubrication is good.Secondly tiredness can be treated ;with multivitamins you can take calcium ;drink milk;get haemoglobin checked if it is less then you will require to take iron tablets if prescribed by a doctor.thirdly cycle can be of 21-30 days anything between that is normal;but if you have excessive pain or bleeding consult your Gynaecologist.Let me know if this advise is useful to you ;any questions please feel free to ask.
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