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pain when sexually aroused/orgasm
I have recently started a new relationship after two years of abstinence (no partner!).

I have no problem getting aroused with my new partner or reaching orgasm.  But, I have noticed that when I have a clitoral orgasm there is a sharp very localised pain on the right hand side of my lower abdomen - just out from the pubic area (if that area were a viewed as a triangle then the pain is about 2-4 cm out from the upper right hand corner.

I have also noticed that there is a heavy, dull ache when i am aroused but not with my partner.  

I did not experience this in my previous relationships and I am worried that something has changed.  I am in my early 40s.

Any advice will be gratefully recieved. Thanks.
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i used to have a sharp pain in my side during orgasm too. it eventually went away - i think it may have been related to my ovary. as for the dull ache on arousal, i think that's pretty normal as blood flow increases to that area..
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Hi

I think it might be because of wrong posture.
Try to change your prosture and see the result

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