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Endometriosis


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I'd like to thank you in advance for taking the time out to answer my question about pain during sex. I am a young male of 18 with a girlfriend of the same age. After sexual intercourse she has complained about some pretty severe pains if I push my full penis length into her vagina. Her doctor has recently told her that she might have endomitriosis (sp?). What exactly is this and what are some of the treatments for it?

- Anthony



From endomitriosis.org: "Endomitriosis is a condition where endometrium (the lining of the uterus) is found in locations outside the uterus. This misplaced tissue may be found on the ovaries, uterus, bowel, bladder utero-sacral ligaments (ligaments that hold the uterus in place), or peritoneum (covering lining of the pelvis and abdominal cavity). On rare occasions it can be found in other distant sites."

Endomitriosis is the most common form of pelvic pain in women, occurring in 15% of women. It is treatable but can occur again. The sooner it is treated the better as it typically gets worse when ignored. The fact that your girlfriend has already spoken with a doctor is good, but you'll have to get the exact details of her specific case from him/her. In regards to your ability to have intercourse, her doctor should be able to give you a general time frame of when things should improve. No matter what though, keep to the rule that if it hurts, don't do it. For a little while, the decision to have sex or not will be hers alone.

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