I'm 35 years old with 1 child. After having an orgasm, I experience what feels like excruciating and intense cramping pain in my lower left ovary or fallopian tube, I can't tell where it is but the pain is around that area and buckles me down, I cry. It lasts for about 5-8 minutes then subsides. I have had a sonogram done and my OB/GYN found a small cyst but said it couldn't be causing the pain or cause problems.
I also haven't been able to become pregnant in over 10 years. When I have my menses, my flow is very heavy and are followed with very large blood clots about 2 in in length and 1 in width. I cannot go anywhere on those days because the clots pass every 10-15 minutes and I soak my pad.
Please help give me an idea on what this could possibly be.
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Various causes of pain after intercourse are UTI and vaginal infection or vaginitis, a tight vaginal wall, sores at the mouth of vagina or vestibulitis, vulvodynia or a dry vagina, pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, irritable bowel syndrome, pelvic tumors, cervical and uterine infections and tumors.
Since you had a sonogram, uterine fibroids are ruled out. You could however be having endometriosis which is causing heavy bleeding with clots and the inability to conceive again.You can discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist as on net and without examining it is difficult to give a confirmed opinion. A PAP smear and a STD panel must be done too. Hope this helps. Take care!
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