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    Severe lower abdominal pain during and after sex.
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    Bobbi2012 posted:
    I recently engaged in sexual intercourse with a man who was, well "larger" , than anyone I've ever been with. The first time I experienced some bleeding and pain after. The bleeding stopped after a couple of times but I'm experiencing severe lower abdominal pain, cramping, intense enough to keep me awake. I had a hysterectomy 5 months ago and only have my left ovary and tube. Could this pain be associated with his "size" or should I be concerned enough to see a doctor?
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    tbkittycat responded:
    If you still have your cervix, he probably hit your cervix and bruised it. That can be painful for some women.


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