Hi, i've been experiencing these symptoms for over a year now and i'm wondering if it's endometriosis symptoms. While having intercourse, right on entry, i have this sharp,burning pain. And during the intercourse, i have this deep pain in my lower abdomen it hurts so bad! After intercourse, it hurts so much down there that i can hardly wipe myself. I also noticed that i barely lubricate down there, it's always dry! I've used lube from the store but it still hurtsive had painful cramps in my lower abdomen a coupe times, it hurted soo much i felt like i was in labor and i could barely walk(this was not pms cramps). I've had a pap test 7 months ago and everything was ok.
I had ovarian cysts 6 years ago...i've been diagnosed with IBS 2 years ago...i wonder if this is endometriosis..
Please help me i'm only 21!
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