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    Pain With Orgasm
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    Anon_237489 posted:
    I am a 57 year old female, had a total hysterectomy in 2005, took it all. Sex has been fine until recently, I'm having pain during orgasm. Pretty intense pain then it goes away. I had something similar when I was young, but at that time it was only if I had sex during my period. Has anyone else ever had this and is it cause for worry. Its not as bad as some of the posts I have seen on this subject and it only lasts as long as the orgasm.
    Thanks for any help out there!
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    BalconyBelle responded:
    I'd get checked out just to be safe. You said this was a recent development, and it's been long enough after your hysterectomy that complications from it probably aren't the issue. It's impossible for anyone on the web to accurately & with certainty diagnose what could be the cause of your pain, so please see a doctor.


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