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Sep 10, 2013 in the Sexual Health Community - 3
You're so welcome. :) As I said earlier about the cervix coming down at different times during your cycle, mine is more tender around ovulation time. I haven't learned the difference of when it hurts me as to when it's lower/higher or not yet though. The gyno is feeling for anything out of the ordinary in there when they're checking...
Sep 10, 2013 in the Sexual Health Community - 3
Hi there! I'm going to agree with the "he's hitting your cervix" only because if everything else has came back normal and you have no abnormal discharge and things like that. I've had this to happen and it does hurt. At different times in your cycle your cervix will be high or it will come down low. Also, it could be ovarian c...
Sep 10, 2013 in the Sexual Health Community - 5
I have to agree about it being "rough" OR just strenuous. There's been times when I couldn't walk, couldn't sit down right, I've had bruises on my knees from being in a tight spot (a car lol) and also (I'm so sorry for the TMI) but also times where my "opening" is there was burning and soreness also. Mine has al...
Sep 04, 2013 in the Women's Health Community - 4
Please excuse my bluntness?(is that even a word? lol) Anyways, what I think you're feeling is your cervix. It's round, kinda mushroomy feeling. When you strain or push it will push down. You can feel all around it..side to side. I hope this helps and I hope your dr. can give you peace of mind. The only reason I suggest it being your cervix is ...
Aug 29, 2013 in the Women's Health Community - 8
I just want to say that maybe you should read up on Interstitial Cystitis. I was recently diagnosed after a cystoscopy. I went for years dealing with Endometriosis and ovarian cysts, then I mentioned to my gyno during my pre-op for my 2nd lap about the urgency to urinate and so he did the cystoscopy. Thank god he did! It's not something you'd wan...
Aug 02, 2013 in the Fertility / Infertility / IVF Community - 1
You never know unless you ask and no question is ever dumb :) The best way to become pregnant is to have sex during your fertile time. It takes sperm a little while to reach the egg once it has come down into the fallopian tube. So say you ovulate on cycle day 14, I'd start having sex at least around cycle day 10 up until your ovulation day. A lot o...
Jul 26, 2013 in the Urology Community - 6
Lol I'm sorry for laughing but I just couldn't help it. It sounds like something I would say (if I were male) but really though..I don't want anyone down there around my "stuff" either. Thank god I was knocked out. That's the only thing good about being knocked out.. IF any of that were to happen, you'd never know! :) ...
Jul 26, 2013 in the Urology Community - 6
I had a cystoscopy but was also under general anesthesia for laparoscopic surgery.. I would hope all wouldn't be the same size..that's just crazy AND would be painful lol. I do know that when I was waking up it hurt..just a nagging pain, until they wanted me to go pee. It burnt like crazy(not trying to scare or worry you, just being honest). Thi...
Jun 07, 2013 in the Women's Health Community - 4
I had a uterine polyp and even though it started out as bleeding inbetween periods it over time got to the point I was bleeding almost constantly. They'll do a hysteroscopy. You'll insert a cytotec (sorry for tmi) inside your vagina the night before surgery..you'll go in and mine was under general anethesia because I had a laparoscopy also f...
Jun 06, 2013 in the Women's Health Community - 4
I have a 31-33 day cycle and I have AF for a full 5 days. Everyone is very different..some have 28 day cycle with 7 days, some have 40+ day cycle.. I guess it just depends. Hope this helps!!