Sex more painful at certain time of cycle?

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  1. walla99

    walla99 New Member

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    I am just curious...my boyfriend is not huge by some standards, but in my experience he is bigger than I am used to. I am guessing 7 inches or so.

    When we first had sex, it was painful and for the most part that has gotten better.

    I have an IUD, so do not use hormonal birth control. I have noticed that sex is most painful during my fertile time - right after my period to the middle of my cycle. I have to let my boyfriend know so he can pull back a little bit.

    When I'm closer to the end of my cycle, it doesn't hurt at all. I do know your cervix moves during your cycle, and I am guessing this is what is happening.

    I was just curious if other women have noticed this. I guess there's not a whole lot for me to do, aside from what I already do which is to tell him to take it easy!
     
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    Yes, i went through infertility treatments for years and i had to check my cervical position daily for changes in position and fluid, etc. to see when i was most fertile.

    I am not fertile anymore, but i do seem to notice i'm much deeper sometimes than others. You aren't alone my dear.
     
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    for me I really don't notice a difference.
     
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