I am in my mid-forties and until a year ago, had a very normal sexual life. About a year and a half ago, I broke up with my long-time partner and stopped having sex on a regular basis. Last year I tried to have sex with someone and it was very painful. I thought it was because he was quite large. Six months later, my exboyfriend and I tried to get back together and again it was painful. This weekend, I tried again and my vagina is now only about an inch deep and it hurts like a big mamma to have sex and nothing can be inserted anyway. What cold be causing this? The only two things I can find as possible diagnosis's are vaginal cancer or vaginal prolapse, which I don't think it is. The pain isn't like a bruising, it is more like being ripped apart. I have been running a low grade fever for about a month. I know this is a very personal and sensitive subject, but frankly, I am scared. I don't have insurance, so cannot just pop into a doctor. I have other medical problems, but they couldn't be causing this. Anyone know anything about this? Thanks.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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