I've decided to not use tampons anymore, which I'm still somewhat getting use to(use to not wearing tampons/and getting use to wearing pads more often). When I've used them(tampons) in the past everything was fine up until hmm..my last three or so(if not more) periods. It's just as if right before I go to pull that one part out(the part around the tampon that you pull out and throw away), when the tampon's in about 3/4 of the way, it seems to go to the side or start to turn to the left or right and not go in straight anymore. I've thought about this some before but does anyone think the tampon could be tryinig to go into my falopian tubes(I'm not sure how far up in there, those are, in me.), or some tubes that may be to the side in me? (and)Does anyone know anything about this(why my tampon seems to be going to the side in me and not just straight) at all? Thanks. Lillies. (ps, for anyone before thy ask me: I don't have a tampon already in there from a while back or so that I might've forgotten about, just so you-all know lol.
Ok the tampon wont go anywhere but where u put it. Next if it feels like its going in sideways it probably is. You probably have a tilted uterus which is normal in a lot of woman it just changes position before after kids even with no kids. Its normal. As long as your periods are normal and your not having extremely heavy bleeding your fine to use them again if youd like
Does having a tilted uterus have anything todo with sex hurting a little bit(if you know)? I'll copy-and-paste what I'm talking about at the bottom of this page, if you want to read about what I'm talkin about or why I was asking you what I asked you. Thanks for the information, I really do appreciate it all, thanks again.
This's been happening for a little while now(so many months I suppose). When my boyfriend starts to go in me(his penis in my vagina), everything's fine. He'll get all the way in and we'll start going at it and all's fine up until some few minutes later. It's like his penis hits a certain spot inside of me and it just hurts. I can't really explain how it hurts/feels but it does. It's not quite a light hurt or a pain, and it's not really painful. Just really hurts some. When he hits that spot I'll tell'im and we'll stop for a minute(he doesn't pull out or anything, we just stop for a minute) or so and then go more and if it's that spot again then we'll stop for a few again. Sometimes we'll get that way and if it doesn't hurt too bad then I'll tell'im just to not stop and for us to keep going. -with that the spot'll just seem to go away, or the hurtful of it will. I've had at least one check-up down there(pap smear or such), possibly two but nothing wrong has ever came up. They(the people who gave me my check-up for down there, or for my vagina) just say that everything's fine/everything looks/looked fine. Anyone have any ideas to what could be wrong or such?./or to what my 'spot' could/might be?. Thanks in advance:/.
In certain positions you feel the pain?? Doggystyle hurts worse than others??? Any yes it could cause pain so could a muscle. The pain u state its like they are hitting something and it feels like a dull stabbing pain and goes away once you stop penetrating???? All i can say is with the pain different positions will relieve the pain. Its either the tip of ur cervix or a muscle....
A guy wrote back saying how my man's penis could be hitting the wall of my vagina basically, could that be true? With positions we mainly just have it to where I'm on top but now that you mention it, we have tryed a few other and they(that we can recall) haven't ever really had us hitting that spot. It's not really pain or anything, just a really hurting spot is all. The only deal we've found that helps is just to keep going(when I can tolerate that spot's hurtingness) when we hit that spot. What were you saying or meaning when you started to talk about, as you put it 'the tip of my cervix'? thanks again.
If you keep going in the end it'll cause more irritation. I say switch and keep going to relieve the spot that has the pain. the tip of your cervix meaning go to this sight and on the right hand side number 12 shows u the location and youll understand what I mean he goes in straight to meeting at the tip of your cervix. now the guy who said that it could be the walls no way those handle alot.
Heres the site and et me know if you understand what im saying: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cervix
A little note: After menstruation and directly under the influence of estrogen, the cervix undergoes a series of changes in position and texture. During most of the menstrual cycle, the cervix remains firm, like the tip of the nose, and is positioned low and closed. However, as a woman approaches ovulation, the cervix becomes softer, and rises and opens in response to the high levels of estrogen present at ovulation. These changes, accompanied by the production of fertile types of cervical mucus, support the survival and movement of sperm.
Hey again: ). Thanks for all of this, I really do appreciate everything. I do understand better of what you meant now, I looked at that picture and everything. Oh hey, do you know how many inches or such there are between the vagina and cervix(now I'm curious haha)? Haha, to the walls(he didn't just say the walls of my vagina but 'the back of the wall in the vagina', I didn't say the 'back' part up there). On your Little*Note, if during ovulation(and getting close to ovulating), if my cervix opens and such, and if that's when that spot hurts then would that be the time that I could get pregnant or such? You make sense on everything you've told me, I'm glad: ). Are there 'fertile types of cervical mucus'? -or just 'fertile types' in general? I don't know what that means anyhow but got curious about that(the fertile stuff you mentioned some about). Oh wow, I really do appreciate that last one you wrote to me. No one else would say anything about that. Yeah I do, do those, not often though, just like play around with'em(those keygle excersises). Are they(should they help)suppose to help with discharge stuff? I didn't know that that was common with women, what I've talked about and mentioned in another writing of mine in/on here. Nope, no kids or anything(if you don't mind me asking, why'd you wanna know anyhow?). Do you have any?: ). `Lillies.
also, does having a tilted uterus have anything to do with having kids? I mean, if it's tilted and a woman was pregnant does that necessarily mean that she'd have to have a c-section or anything(or could she have the baby regularly?)?.
One more deal, I should've mentioned this to you possibly a lot sooner but never thought to or thought about this until now, but yeah: I'm thin, around 91pds and 5'2. I'm thin because both my parents are and my weight I'd keep up but I just can't really gain weight. I eat when I want to, when I get hungry and how much I want to eat and what I want to eat haha, but yeah. One deal I don't eat is, what I call it: 'man meat' lol, steak's and that sort of meat. Corndogs, hamburgers and such sure though: ). ..and with my height it's something because when I reached or got to my main heighth it had always been 5'3 but then once, I went for my girly checkup(the yearly or 6 months or such) and the lady said i was 5'2, hmm..I don't know lol. ..so yeah, I meant to just tell you how I'm thin and such but there you go: ). -Lilly. Pss, with my weight lately it's been around 89 or so to be honest.
I've weighed 100 pounds once, but never there-after. Then it use to be I'd stay around 98 most of the time, then the last few years or so I've been at a low weight: ( but yeah. : )smile haha.
Ok i hope I get all this lol.. I do have kids and a tilted cervix doesnt affect you getting pregnant and you can deliver anyway.. umm... any questions like the length just search estimated vaginal length on google. Theres alot of info out there... I asked about ur weight cuz I was curious if your diet could be a culprit but I did read that weakend muscles and ligaments could be the main source of the problem...
The source to: my tampon deal haha, or the hurtingsome while me and my guy make love?. But yeah I really do appreciate everything you've told me, thank you again. I need to get off(of) here lol:/.
Oh yeah, ps to you, and possibly anyone? ..with the Always pads, are all of them to where the blood'll turn into gel stuff or just the certain ones(like the ones that say uh..where the middle of the pad has extra absorbency or such)? Someone(a lady) told me that and pointed to the ones but I didn't get, now, which ones she exactly meant haha:/. thanks.
That you're even floated the idea that you've somehow inserted a tampon into one of your Fallopian tubes is evidence that you should NOT be having sex. Please refrain from doing so until you have a basic understanding of your own anatomy.
I never thought that one was going in them or such haha, I had said--I've thought about this some before but does anyone think the tampon could be tryinig to go into my falopian tubes(I'm not sure how far up in there, those are, in me.), or some tubes that may be to the side in me?--I was just wondering about that with what other people might think and such thank-you: ). Besides; that was over two years ago, I appreciate your answering with something or such lol. Anyhow, why do you have a screen-name that basically would be for a girl if your a guy hmm? -curious me always: ).
You might not have concluded that you actually inserted the tampon into one of your Fallopian tubes, but as I said, you clearly floated the idea (i.e. you entertained it as a possibility). Your response hasn't made me any less perturbed. On the last point, my screen name sounds feminine because, as it turns out, I happen to be of the female persuasion. Nothing in my comment suggests otherwise.
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