I am having vaginal spasms that are not orgams. They occure in the upper part of my vagina close to my cervix they are not painful but last about an hour. This has jsut started to happen in the last couple of weeks. I have tried to reseach this but the only informaton I have been able to find is related to sexual trama. Intercourse is fine and not painful. I just want to know if this is normal or if it needs to be checked out.
I've had this happen to me off and on before in the past as well as recently. It's something that I brought up with my doctor several months ago and he'd mentioned that this was nothing less than normal. It's almost as though you're having a muscle spasm, and it's nothing that you should be worried about.
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