FOR ABOUT A MONTH NOW I'VE BEEN HAVING PAIN IN MY PELVIC AND RECTUM AREA MOSTLY AFTER I HAVE HAD SEX. IT FEELS KINDA LIKE GAS PAINS, BUT I DON'T HAVE TO USE THE BATHROOM. AFTER A WHILE THE PAIN WILL GO AWAY SOME BUT I STILL FEEL SOME PAIN IN MY RECTUM AREA WHEN I GO TO SIT DOWN. I DON'T HAVE HEMMORRIODS AND DO NOT HAVE ANAL SEX SO THIS CAN NOT BE THE PROBLEM. PLEASE SEND ME A RESPONSE AS TO WHAT YOU THINK MAY BE CAUSING THIS PROBLEM. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
This happens to me every now and then as well. If I get any pains like the ones you are describing they always seem to occur about 2 weeks after I get my period (which is also when the ovaries release an egg). Some people get cramps during this process...I don't, but if I have sex (especially if it's some deep rowdy sex haha) during that time sometimes I get those deep pains you were describing. So I have mine chalked up to that. Home diagnosis 101 haha.
you can have hemmoroid without knowing. i have a colonoscopy done last month and it was normal except for...a hemmoroid. i had no idea i even had one. so, you might want to consult with a doctor just to check things out.
i could understand that if the pain would go away but it seems to be getting worse.one time after sex i was balled up on the couch,cause my stomache was cramping so bad.i have had a tubal ligation 6 months ago i just hope i'm not pregnant in my tubes or anything else serious.thanks
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