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I have pain during sex, to the point it's not even worth having intercourse. I went to the doctor and she couldn't even insert the speculum without putting me in pain. The pain is at the lower end of my vagina and I don't believe it's further up. Two years ago I went on Ortho-Tricyclen and a year later I switched to Yaz. Sex didn't hurt before I started the pills. Could I be allergic to birth control pills? The doctor started with some bloodwork and I guess she's going to go from there. Has anyone heard of this or experienced it? Confused
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replied July 26th, 2007
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i would ask a octor if you may be allergic but if you havent had pain before the pills and now you do then you might want to consult your OB or regular doctor :]
good luck!!!
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replied July 27th, 2007
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I'd guess that it's not from the pills, an allergy would show up differently.

Definitely get checked out.
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