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I have been experiencing a strong vaginal pain everytime I am sexually aroused.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 3, 2015
  • 10:30 PM

The pain is NOT a sharp pain like a sting, but more of a dull throbbing pain. It feels like it's coming from within my vaginal muscles or from somewhere up there. The pain last thruout my arousal and foreplay. I do not have pain during intercouse or during an orgasm. It just happends during arousal.

I have been to my gyn and she no idea why I have suddenly been experiencing this. I tested negative to all Std's.

I don't know if this is related or if I have yet another problem adding to my female organs. But I have also been experiencing irregular periods for the last year as well. Some months my period doesn't even come on at all. And when it does it is light and only last 2-3 days. I still get mild cramping when it's suppose to come on however some months it never comes on. I went back to my gyn to have bloodwork done to check my hormones, thyroids & suger levels to see if this could be an symptom to an underlying issue. So I will update in a few days.

• 31 years old
• experiencing this (both) issues for a year
• Healthy otherwise
• Has 1 child (5 yrs old)
• HWP (in good shape)

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  • Vaginal pain may indicate some infection. As for treatment of vaginal yeast infection, antibiotics are the most common but it will cause drug resistance and can be easily recurrent. Herbal medicine like Fuyan Pill maybe a better option compared with antibiotics, because it is made from Chinese herbs without any side effects and drug resistance.
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • August 17, 2015
    • 09:27 AM
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  • There is a pelvic engorgement during an arousal. You should check for an insulin resistance,PCOS,fibroids, endometriosis or scarring in or around the vaginal wall. Make sure you are not constipated. Also a previous emotional or sexual abuse trauma might have left a cellular memory in the vaginal wall. Use a jade egg to release it or go for a pelvic massage. During penetration and orgasm the tension will disappear as the the pelvic blood circulation speeds up. Try to have sex daily with multiple orgasms. Remember what happened in your life before this pain started. You will realize what is the cause.
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • September 19, 2015
    • 09:15 PM
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