pain in lower right abdomen during sex

 

If you have lower abdominal pain during sex.

If you have lower abdominal pain on the right side during sex and you are looking for the cause.

If lower abdominal pain worries, you during sex.

Read more.

In this article, we intend to provide complete scientific information about lower abdominal pain during sex in simple language. Of course, pain can destroy the pleasure of a good sex. Some women experience lower abdominal pain during or after sex.

Statistics show that twenty to twenty-two percent of women who have sex, express pain and discomfort in the lower abdomen during or after sex.

In the following, we will talk more about lower and right abdominal pain during sex.

 

Possible causes

Quality of lower abdominal pain during sex

Necessary measures to relieve lower and right abdominal pain during sex

When should we see a doctor?

 

 

Possible causes

Problems such as severe contractions of the pelvic floor muscles and genitals can cause pain in the right lower abdomen during sex.

These severe and intense contractions are common causes of lower abdominal pain during sex.

 

  • PID:

This is how doctors define PID:

Inflammation and infection in the uterus, fallopian tubes and other components and organs of the female reproductive system that cause chronic pain in the lower abdomen on the right and left sides during sex.

Many STDs, such as chlamydia or gonorrhea, lead to PIDs. Unfortunately, during this disorder, the fallopian tubes are damaged.

The four major complications of PDA are as follows:

  • Abscess inside the pelvis
  • Chronic pelvic and lower abdominal pain
  • Infertility
  • Ectopic pregnancy

 

Ten to fifteen percent of women with PID experience infertility.

In women with PID, the bacteria enter the vagina and go into the uterus and fallopian tubes. There are several infectious agents for PID, the most important of which are Chlamydia and Gonorrhea.

 

The following women are at risk for PID:

  • Women under the age of twenty-five having sex
  • Have a history of previous PID experience
  • Multipartners
  • Vaginal shower users
  • Having a spouse with multiple sexual relations
  • Having an IUD

Women with IUDs are slightly more at risk for PID, so before having an IUD implant, it is important to check to rule out or treat existing STDs. PID symptoms can range from mild to very severe.

Doctors say that if chlamydia is the cause of PID, it is usually mild despite the damage to the uterus and fallopian tubes.

Many of these women are not screened because they have no symptoms and become infertile in the long run with tubal damage.

Common symptoms in people with PID include:

  • Abdominal pain (most common symptom)
  • Fever
  • Stinky vaginal discharge
  • Pain in the right and left lower abdomen during sex
  • Burning when urinating
  • Pain when urinating
  • Menstrual irregularity
  • Rarely, pain may also occur in the right upper abdomen.

The basis of antibiotic treatment is appropriate, but treatment will not eliminate previous injuries. Rather, it will prevent further injuries and symptoms.

Immediate antibiotic treatment prevents permanent damage to the genitals.

 

  • Pelvic adhesions:

If you have lower abdominal pain during sex, pelvic adhesions may be the cause of this pain. Pelvic adhesions are caused by the following:

  • Adhesion after surgery and manipulations of the abdomen and pelvis
  • Adhesion following pelvic and abdominal radiotherapy.
  • Overdeveloped uterine fibroids that commonly occur in women of childbearing age

 

  • IUD and abdominal and pelvic pain during and after sex:

Did you know that IUD is one of the contraceptive methods and prevents the implantation of fertilized cells in the wall of the uterus?

Doctors say IUD is associated with lower abdominal pain during and after sex. Of course, women who have an IUD implanted without having sex in the first few weeks after IUD implantation are more likely to experience lower abdominal pain due to pelvic muscle spasms.

With the onset of sexual intercourse, these women may experience an intensification of these painful contractions in the lower abdomen.

It is good to know that having sex does not move your IUD, but increases the intensity and frequency of pelvic floor muscle contractions. So do not worry, but if the pain persists or there are other symptoms, it is better to consult your doctor.

 

  • Pregnancy and lower abdominal pain during sex:

In the following cases, doctors recommend avoiding sex during pregnancy:

  • Existence of recurrent abdominal pain
  • bleeding
  • Placenta Previa
  • Amniotic sac repute
  • Genital herpes
  • Cervical insufficiency

In uncomplicated pregnancies, sex generally does not harm your pregnancy, so you can have sex before the Amniotic sac repute. Women with normal and uncomplicated pregnancies may also experience abdominal muscle contractions and lower abdominal pain following sex.

 

  • Lower abdominal pain during sex and ovaries:

Sex during ovulation may be accompanied by pain on the side of the ovary, it means that if the released egg is from the right ovary, lower abdominal pain will be more pronounced during sex on the right side.

 

  • Lower abdominal pain and period:

Pain during menstruation is caused by uterine contractions. Pressure on the cervix can aggravate the pain.

 

Quality of lower abdominal pain during sex

Many of the features of lower and right abdominal pain are nonspecific.

So, just by describing the quality of pain, it is not possible to understand the pain in the lower and right abdomen during sex. Therefore, the best action is to see a doctor and be examined by a doctor. An accurate history, along with the examination, will guide the physician in making the correct diagnosis. (In addition to these examinations, the doctor should take the necessary tests to reach the cause of lower back pain and the right side of your abdomen during sex).

 

Necessary measures to relieve lower and right abdominal pain during sex

The first step is to see a doctor. Depending on the cause of the pain, the following treatments may be necessary:

 

  • In case of infections and PID:

Antibiotic treatment is suitable for women and in some cases simultaneous treatment of partner and husband.

 

  • Existence of ectopic pregnancy:

Immediate action to terminate the pregnancy

 

  • Large uterine fibroids:

Medication and surgery as appropriate

 

  • Endometriosis:

Which is equivalent to the presence of tissue similar to the inner layer of the uterine wall anywhere outside the uterus and is accompanied by pain in the abdomen and lower abdomen. These people generally experience painful and heavy periods.

Appropriate treatment in some cases can be laparoscopic surgery.

If the cause of lower and right abdominal pain is due to spasm and contractions of the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles, you can use the following methods to reduce pain with the approval of your doctor.

 

  • Analgesics:

Ibuprofen, naproxen and acetaminophen

 

  • Heat therapy:

Warming the lower abdomen will relieve pelvic and abdominal muscle spasms more quickly.

Take a hot shower

Sit in a hot tub

Put a warm pad on your stomach

Heat increases local blood flow and accelerates the removal of toxins accumulated in the contracted muscles.

 

  • With the approval of your doctor, you can use the following supplements:
  • Magnesium
  • Vitamin E
  • Omega 3
  • Vitamin B1
  • Vitamin B6
  • Use stretching exercises, yoga and meditation:

 

  • Modify your lifestyle:

Don't smoke

Do not drink alcohol

Cigarettes and alcohol will exacerbate painful contractions in the lower abdomen and pelvis.

 

When should we see a doctor?

Be sure to see your doctor if you experience lower abdominal pain during or after sex and have one or more of the following symptoms:

  1. If you are pregnant
  2. If you suspect you are pregnant

 

We remind you that the presence of any type of urinary tract infection in pregnancy is dangerous and should be treated. The symptoms of UTI or urinary tract infections are as follows:

  • Persistent abdominal cramps
  • Burning or pain when urinating
  • Blurred urine
  • Dark urine
  • Foamy urine
  • Stinky urine
  • Frequent urination
  • Be sure to wash your genitals after sex

Finally, be aware that some STD agents can present with muscle spasms, including chlamydia.

 

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