Yesterday I had intercourse twice. First time went over smoothly, the second session I was experiencing some great discomfort. My boyfriend told me that it's probably because he's too big and long, problem is, it that were the case how come it hasn't happened before. We've been together for over a year and this is the 1st time its happening. It's a sharp cramping feeling in the stomach and uterus. Is it possible that he just tilted my uterus. Please help and thanx in advance...
A 'tilted uterus' is something you are born with...a long penis cannot tilt your uterus....canada is right about the cervix...I wouldn't worry about this unless you have consistent pain over a few days.
You know what? At every point in your cycle, your "parts" are in slightly different locations. Sometimes your cervix is low, sometimes it is high and you will find that some days of the month, some positions feel great while the same one a week later will feel like cruel and unusual punishment.
I suspect that after your first romp, your parts just "settled" differently and made it uncomfortable but I wouldn't be worried.
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