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Posted by: Zakky | 2010/01/19

Pain after sex

Hi Doc,

Everytime after having been penetrated from the back I feel the pain in my uterus, does not happen after having normal positioning, what could the problem be.

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It could be that the deep penetration from this angle is bruising the cervix (the opening to the uterus). You can prevent this from asking your partner to penetrate less deeply. Make sure that you are going for your regular pap smear as this involves a simple examination of the cervix and general health of the vagina.

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Posted by: Sexologist | 2010/01/24

It could be that the deep penetration from this angle is bruising the cervix (the opening to the uterus). You can prevent this from asking your partner to penetrate less deeply. Make sure that you are going for your regular pap smear as this involves a simple examination of the cervix and general health of the vagina.

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