I have terrible vaginal pain especially during sexual intercourse (for about half a year already), however my genecologist did all the results and said that everything that has to do with genecology is fine, so she thinks it might have to do with something with other parts of my body, most likely something with gastroenterology. My main physician can't help me at all. I also have been having other problems lately with weight loss and nausea (Ive had that for almost one and a half years now and my appetite is fine), but I dont know if they are related to my vaginal pain. Could it be something related? Or if not, what else unlrelated to genecology might cause my vaginal pain?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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