Medical Questions > Womens Health > Womens Chat Forum

Bloating, sore breast, and painful sex

Must Read
Chronic pain affects more than 70 million Americans. But what is pain? And how can pain management help relieve different types of pain? Basic facts here....
How does the nervous system work to register pain? And what are the major causes of acute and chronic pain? Plus, who's at risk of pain here....
Acute and chronic pain manifest different symptoms. Learn the difference here and know when to seek medical help for pain....
Okay so lately i have been having weird bloating and cramping..
i finally got my period on monday the 9th and it stoped yesterday but it was very light and short for my normal cycle

and i have been haviing a really hard time during sex like it feels like my boyfriend is hitting something he shouldnt and it hurts really bad then after wards i feel very sick,...
does anyone know what this could be
from?

Confused Confused Confused

another thing my breasts seem to have gotten bigger
and my nipples have been very tender like you can barely touch
them and it hurts they are also semi darker
and i have noticed a blue vein running from my chest to the nipple
does anyone know what any of this is from?!?!
Did you find this post helpful?
First Helper User Profile Maddie34
|

User Profile
replied June 14th, 2008
Extremely eHealthy
Are you on birh control?

The painful sex could possibly be him hitting your cervix, try different positions or ask your guy not to go quite so deep.
|
Did you find this post helpful?

replied June 15th, 2008
Extremely eHealthy
I agree with Maddie - he is probably hitting your cervix during intercourse. Lifting your pelvis can alleviate that.

Have you done a pregnancy test? You may want to just to rule it out. Some of what you are describing is suspicious.
|
Did you find this post helpful?

User Profile
replied June 17th, 2008
Experienced User
Sounds like your cervix is sitting lower than usual for some reason. It's supposed to drop during your period, and then rise really high for ovulation. If you become pregnant (from what I understand) your cervix is supposed to continue rising. I really don't know if that changes from woman to woman, so like everyone else said I'd take a pg test just to make sure.
|
Did you find this post helpful?