At what point of the painful ovulation is intercourse best for conception before the pain during the pain or shortly after the pain?
Pain during ovulatory times can come before while the follicle is filling with fluid, during while the follicle is actually rupturing to release the egg, or following due to the formation of the corpus luteum. At ovulation, the ovum (egg) is dropped into the tube where it awaits sperm. If sperm are on hand and penetrate the egg fertilization occurs. Your most fertile times are about 3 days before ovulation and the day after ovulation just to make sure you've got it covered. You can tell ovulation with the great new digital ovulation predictor kits they have out now, you should also see a change in your cervical mucus where it turns into an eggwhite consistency a few days before ovulation. That mucus is where the sperm will thrive. It provides a nice environment for the swimmers...they can feed off of the nutrients in it to make the journey up through the uterus thru the tube to the egg. I would say any of those three days leading up to ovulation and the actual ovulation day itself and you should have everything covered.
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This could be a medical issue only a doctor can diagnose the problem but due to rough intercourse or a possible ovarie problem pain can occur
This is known as "mittelschmerz".
I am not a doctor but I can give you a simple and short answer to this question that I find has infinite knowledge behind it. Pain is the way your body tells you something is …wrong. Pain tells you something is not functioning properly, or is being infected or is being blocked by something. There are many causes for pain but usually something is happening inside your body that should not be happening. If you want the specific mechinations of how pain travels you will have to ask a more specific question possibly geared towards doctors.
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Any pain during intercourse should be evaluated by a liscensed physician. On a more personal note, I often have pain during intercourse if I am constipated or gasy. Not romant…ic but true. It could also be an ovarian cyst, lack of recent sex, or other problems. You could try Web MD but i strongly suggest you see a doctor. Pain is your body's way of telling you something is wrong and only a doctor can diagnose you properly.
I am suffering pain in the center of my chest and my neck is really painful moving my head sideways or up and down is painful coupled with a strange sensation in the back of m…y head resulting in blurred vision.
bite on a piece of wood. or grin and bear it.
try lubrication, also try to get your vagina lubricated by itself this can be done by foreplay or oral sex to the vagina or fingering it.
If it was painful for you, wouldn't you cry? She cries because it hurts! Next time start with kissing her. Try to make her enjoy it before your start. Go slow when you start.… Start rocking when you touch and go slow. That might help. Women are frequently slower than men.
You are completely normal lets just say that first. Sex for the first time doesn't hurt for everyone and far from every woman bleed. It's a myth that it always hurt and that y…ou bleed. It's different for every woman and you got lucky. The hymen can break very easily just by doing sports etc so you might not have had it anymore or it had no problem to stretch. The main reason it hurts the first time is actually because the woman is not wet, swollen and aroused enough. Consider yourself lucky!
girl wil feel that her boy friend to be close with her after sex
pain in vagina during intercourse is when there is no vagina fluid due to poor playing sex without fore play first.
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There are several reasons why you may have pain during intercourse even though you do not have an STD. You may have a simple infection, by visiting your doctor you will be abl…e to get a full and complete diagnosis.