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FannyPeculiar Thu 12-Jul-07 15:41:57

DD is 6.5mths in which time I've managed one painful go at sex. have just had a smear done and it was also really painful! The nurse recommended I speak to GP. Anyone out there had the same thing? What do GPs recommend?? This is soooo embarassing but it really bloody hurts!

AuntJetPetunia Thu 12-Jul-07 19:53:00

Hi, sorry can't be any help. Maybe something to do with your cervix? I agree, see your GP. Hopefully someone more useful than me will see this when it bumps up.

lulumama Thu 12-Jul-07 19:54:15

which bit is painful?

is it painful beacuse you are tense, or is it something else?

did you have a difficult delivery?

Pitchounette Thu 12-Jul-07 20:17:36

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cornsilk Thu 12-Jul-07 20:19:14

I had a similar problem. GP advised me to just have a few more goes and it did sort it out!

Starshar Fri 03-Aug-07 21:48:51

Hi, i've just joined mumsnet and don't really know what the abbreviations are. Anyway, my first baby is 6 months old now, I had an emergency c-section and like you we have tried sex about 3 times and it has been painful, have had to stop, I finally have a gyny appointment because the GP couldn't help, just did 2 swab tests as I've had discharge too, but both came back 'normal'. Having looked at another website I'm now wondering if painful sex after c-section is common....feel like a freak and really wanting answers. Husband lovely and understanding but don't really want to live rest of life as like a nun and I do want more kids! Yes I'm also worried about smear test which is now due and keep putting it off...can anyone help??

SlightlyMadSpider Fri 03-Aug-07 21:53:45

It could be because you are tense as you 'know' it is gonna hurt. If this is the case I would recommend doggy style a couple of times as the pressure will be away from any likely tear and phsycologically you can relax more, making it easier.

After a couple of times return to whatever you usually do and you may find that you relax more as you have experienced it w/o pain so 'know' it can be painfree.

Whilst I appreciate that there could be a more serious problem the above worked for me and may be worth exploring in the first instance.

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