It's probably from the extra blood flowing to your vagina which makes it extra sensitive, if it hurts you should hold off on sex.
normally it helps the baby be conceived quicker but if it starts hurting, hold off on the sex for a little while
No the vaginal pain is caused by the dryness of the vagina., and it will hurt during intercourse.
It is never normal to have pain during pregnancy. Mild cramping and uncomfortable twinges are common during the first trimester of pregnancy. If you are experiencing pain you should call your OB/GYN.No. It's normal to feel nausea, discomfort and an increased urge to pee. Pains are not normal and should be investigated.
It depends where you have sharp pain. I get pains sometimes in my ligaments when they stretch, but if you have pain in other areas that may not be normal.
In all things pregnancy - seek the consultation of a doctor.
lower abdominal pain after intercourse,early pregnancy or inflammation in uterus .
Unfortunately it is normal and pretty much inevitable.
Kidney or renal pain is not a normal symptom of pregnancy and could be sign of an infection. Call your doctor!
after intercourse getting pain on my abdomen
pain during intercourse
Symptoms of urinary tract infection during pregnancy include cloudy or smelly urination, the feeling of needing to urinate, pain during intercourse, pain during urination or pain in the bladder area. Once bacteria has spread with an urinary tract infection, back pain, nausea or vomiting may also be apart of the symptoms.
im sure it is ive read many posts about it
You can not know that there is a pain in ovary. You need a cheque up by gynecologist for this pain.
No, kidney pain is never normal in pregnancy. But kidney infections in pregnancy are fairly common. Time to call the doctor.
its normal. tell your doctor he might give you pain medicine.
ur gonna have twins sucks !
pain in vagina during intercourse is when there is no vagina fluid due to poor playing sex without fore play first.
Having pain during sexual intercourse could be an indication of something being wrong, but I have ever heard of any instance where this has been linked to pregnancy. If you suspect you are pregnant you should consult a doctor, or purchase an at home pregnancy test. But generally pain during penetration does not coincide with pregnancy.
I often had a lot of hip-joint pain during pregnancy. The midwife told me that the hormones that are normal in pregnancy tend to make soft tissues softer to make everything "loose" to prepare for the baby's exit. I know it's not a scientific explanation, but maybe it reassures you that all is normal.
Slight pain occasionally is normal, as long as it isn't sharp, if it persists call the doctor.
While there are many normally occurring factors that may make this normal during pregnancy, you should consult your Dr to eliminate any cause for worry.
No. You should see your doctor for any pains or bleeding you have during pregnancy.
Pregnancy signs vary. The first sign you will get is a missed period. You should take a pregnancy test if you have had unprotected intercourse and have missed your period.
no you should not..
Hormonal changes are the main cause of breast pain during pregnancy. This can be on of the first signs that a woman is pregnant, but usually comes and goes during the pregnancy.