Pain after sex (sorry if tmi)

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Second Trimester' started by shazmos, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. shazmos

    shazmos 2 sons, 1 on the way!

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    I've been stalking this forum hoping my problem would 'pop up' but unfortunately it hasnt.

    Im 21 weeks and thankfully have still been enjoying a regular sex life with my OH and have not had any problems, pain or bleeding when actually doing the deed. But about an hour afterwards i have a real heavy pain in my cervix that lasts pretty much all day. Its similar to a pressure pain or liked i have been kicked between the legs.

    This only happens if we :sex: during the day. If we :sex: at night time i have no pain and am fine in the morning.

    I have had previous surgery to my cervix for pre-cancerous cells and currently have a low lying placenta, although i dont think either is related to this pain.

    Anyone else experience this, or know why its happening??

    xxx
     
  2. mumov3

    mumov3 Well-Known Member

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    Maybe this happens in the day because ur walkin around afterwards an ur not in the evening?? Dont be :blush: just bring it up to ur MW in ur next app :hugs: xx
     
  3. mamamay

    mamamay Mummy to Leo

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    Same as you I have had Loop treatment for abnormal cells, was told I had a low lying placenta at 12 week scan, and now told I have a high anterior placenta. I bled red blood after sex at 8 weeks but have been ok since luckily. The only pain I get is like a contraction in my whole stomach (not painful but goes hard all over) when I (sorry if TMI) have an actual orgasm! I am going to ask about this at my 25 week appointment.

    Dont be afraid to ask, call your community midwife maybe? xx
     
  4. shazmos

    shazmos 2 sons, 1 on the way!

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    I think orgasms bring on Braxton hicks. I certainly get them when I climax my belly goes all hard and uncomfortable afterwards.

    Xx
     
  5. missjaime

    missjaime Well-Known Member

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    i get a bit of discomfort in my sides of my stomach
    we hardly :sex: because of it my hubby has a issue with understanding that hes too rough he realises when i give him a bloody good slap to the back im just not in the mood for :sex: at all because of it but do it because he acts stupid if he goes a week without it with the constant excuse "but your ment to be hornier when you pregnant." augh not when you that bloody rough

    could it be that your partner is a bit rough do you orgasm everytime that could your muscle contracting
     
  6. spring_baby

    spring_baby <a href="http://pregnancy

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    The climax does bring on the bh but it isnt harmful to the baby, as to having sex during the day and it being painful I too have this and mine I have been told it due to bubs being low putting pressure on my groin area and anterior placenta also lying low wheras if we make love at night I other than to pee during the night dont walk around much:)
    I have also been diagnosed with spd inflamation of the pelvic bone and after rest it gets better, ie a good nights sleep, hope this helps xx
     
  7. Lani

    Lani Well-Known Member

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    I get a pressure feeling after sex as well, which is worse if I'm walking around afterwards. I don't have any problems with my cervix and I'm pretty sure my placenta is high this time so I just put it down to there being alot of extra blood down there, and extra sensitivity since bub is pressing on that area from the inside. I don't think it's anything to be concerned about, unless it's very painful rather than uncomfortable.... But mention it to your doc if your concerned. Better to be a bit embarrassed and reassured than to wonder and worry!
     

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