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    Lower Stomach Pain After Sex (First Time)?
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    An_213580 posted:
    I had sex for the first time today. It didn't hurt during, but about 5 minutes afterwards until now (the day after) my lower stomach around my overies hurts terribly. It's like a cramping feeling. I'm not on birth control and my boyfriend used a condom but didn't "finish" in me.

    What do you think?
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    MinxieMurder responded:
    Odd question, but how big was he? Because if hes bigger than, I think 7 or 8, and he went all the way in you, he could have bruised your cervix.
     
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    mommaof2boysinOH responded:
    It could be a number of things...It could have just been the pain from your first time... Yes it does hurt.. but i am 26 years old and have 2 kids, there are times that i am sore from my husband. It could be a number of things... the weirdest one is you may have pulled a muscle...it is possible...
     
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    An_213581 responded:
    Sounds like he may have injured your ovaries and other parts of your reproductive system. You have to observe what positions cause this, and tell him not to penetrate you so deep in those specific positions. Or maybe you were tender because you were ovulating, menstruating, or had PMS.


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