I've been having deep vaginal pain for the past few weeks. I have been in a monogamous relationship for about 7 months and have not had this problem until recently. I was taking a birth control pill for about 4 months and stopped a few days ago in case this had anything to do with causing the problem. I went to my gynecologist and she did not find anything wrong. She suggested that I somehow injured a muscle along the vaginal wall since the pain is in a localized spot and that I should take motrin before sex and try to direct my partner to the opposite side. I have little faith that this will work and I wish my doctor could actually tell me what's wrong and how to fix it. I also have chronic hives from an autoimmune condition and wonder if there's any relationship. My boyfriend is moving out of the country in 2 weeks and I just want to have good sex with him while he's still here. Please help!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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