Severe cramps after sex

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From period cramps to childbirth and fuckboys to UTIs, women already have a lot of painful BS to deal with. And sex? Well, that's one thing women should not feel pain before, during, or after. And yet, lots of women experience cramps for minutes, hours, days, and sometimes even weeks after sex.

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Abdominal Pain and Cramping After Sex: What You Need to Know | Allure

The topic of pain during or after intercourse isn't frequently discussed, despite the fact that it's not uncommon. A British survey that found that roughly 1 in 10 women experiences pain during sex. In particular, many women experience cramping or abdominal pain during or after sex, and so Allure spoke with doctors to about what causes it — and what to do about it. As far as the causes of such pain, Raquel Dardik, a clinical associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at NYU Langone Medical Center, says there are several possible causes. One is connected to ejaculation: Semen contains a molecule called prostaglandin, and if a woman is sensitive to it, its release into the vagina during ejaculation could result in cramping afterward. She also notes that that organs such as the ovaries or the uterus may get jostled or hit during intercourse in a way that potentially leads to pain during or after sex. Dardik says to consult a doctor if your pain is ongoing and severe, especially if it's a persistent problem after sex.

Why Do I Get Cramps After Sex?

Pain felt during or after sex is known as dyspareunia pronounced dys- par- eu- nia. Occasional dyspareunia is normal, with deep penetration for example. It may also be one of the most difficult gynaecological problems to assess and treat successfully.
We don't need experts to tell us that there are more benefits besides pleasure when it comes to sex. But should you need scientific proof, there's plenty of it, like how it can boost your immune system, help lower stress and risk for depression, improves sleep and can even lower our perception of pain. However, there's one topic that's not often discussed, despite the fact that it's common among women: Cramps after sex. New York—based board-certified gynecologist Shyama Mathews, MD, tells MyDomaine that most women have experienced this type of pain after sex at some point in their lives.