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    in pain! need advice
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    An_193241 posted:
    last night during intercourse my boyfriend hit my cervix really hard! i felt a sharp pain up in the left side of my pelvis. we stopped immediately and the pain continued to get worse for about an hour- like really bad cramps. it got better but is still achy the next morning. what could this be!! its never happened before..
    i had a right ovary and falopian tube removed a year ago due to an ovarian cyst. could it be scar tissue?
    let me know what you think..
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    georgiagail responded:
    You already know the cause of your pain. Your partner hit and bruised your cervix. This can be quite painful and will remain tender for the next couple of days.

    Avoid intercourse until the tenderness is gone and make sure your boyfriend does not thrust so deeply during sex.

    Gail


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