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Pain at the end of the cervix

By June 20, 2017 - 10:34pm
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I just had sex (with condom) however this time it felt like whenever he went in whole way, it hurt. Like this uncomfortable feeling at the end of my cervix. Other times this has happened but only when he goes too deep and only with certain positions and I think thats normal. But this time I felt the pain in every position we made, deep or too deep, I felt the pain. After I came, we continued so he could too. But like minutes later we had to stop because I got dizzy all of the sudden and I have a very mild cramp right now.

Till before this happened, I havent felt dizzy. And till now, I do not have diahrrea or the burning feeling when I pee (which I know are common E- coli symptoms)...but could ecoli be it?

I have a few questions:
- i have been constipated for various days (which i know is a common symptom of early pregnancy and a regular symptom post ovulation), it was until yesterday that I went to the bathroom properly. Even though I regularly dont go to the bathroom that much (2), could this constipation + what I just experienced with the dizzines during sex and pain in the cervix be associated more with pregnancy than with the infection? (That I can recall, I did not have sex near or around my ovulation time)

- I know that the infection is a possibility, but how could I differentiate the infection from a regular cervix pain which made me dizzy?
- maybe cervix pain is normal to some during sex, but what infection symptoms should I watch out for in order to differ those two possibilities?

Please, I would appreciate as much information as possible regarding if this cervix pain during sex could be associated with pregancy and regarding the future potential coli symptoms, since my mom does not know im not a virgin and I need to figure this out first before going to the doctor.


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Now i have abdominal pain. Not like cramps. It feels more internal. Like a burning feeling in the cervix.

June 20, 2017 - 11:03pm
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