Post # 1
Now I’m super afraid to have sex! This has happened twice in one week. The first time it hurt so bad I felt like crying. He felt bad, but I had no idea what happened at the time. The second it was just grazed but we had to stop because I guess it was still hurting from a few days before.
Now that I know it was my CERVIX I’m totally freaked out, lol. This has never happened before. Has this happened to you ladies?
Post # 3
FI always hits my cervix but it’s never painful…I know of a few friends where it’s very uncomfortable for them but not unbareble. I suggest getting a doctor to check it out and make sure everything is okay
Post # 4
Hitting your cervix should not hurt. If it hurts so much there may be an infection going on. Get yourself to an dr to get it checked out.
Post # 5
I’m wondering if this is what happened to us a few times… I think it’s happened no more than five times total in the past 4+ years, but it is excruciating. Just thinking about it is making my stomach hurt a little.
So, what does that mean? Like, apart from the horrible pain, is it a bad thing? Are there consquences or problems related to this? Now I’m worried. :/
Anybody have any insight?
Post # 6
It happens and sometimes it can hurt. I have certainly felt like I was being stabbed in my tummy in the past. It’s ok though….it will not do damage it is happens every now and then. It’s very normal for that to happen.
Just watch positions. Not to be graphic…..but doggy style can make is more likely for that to happen. So stay away from that.
Post # 7
@LadyLuna711: I second and third the others- further investigation is necessary, a bump to the cervix should not be causing you serious discomfort.
Post # 8
It happens. I had my doctor look at it and she basically said it can happen and be painful.
Post # 9
You should go to a doctor just to make sure you don’t have an infection. You can feel your own cervix by using your middle finger and if you push it gently and it still hurts, the you should probably talk to a doctor to make sure everything is okay.
Or perhaps you were in a funky position the first time it happened or maybe you weren’t relaxed. The cervix isn’t that far up your vagina so he’s probably hitting it all the time.
Post # 10
Certain positions make it easier to smack into it. It hurts but it shouldn’t hurt so bad you cry. If it’s that bad I’d talk to your doctor.
Post # 11
Idk, I’ve had sex with bigger guys that would hit my cervix all the time. I sometimes experienced a little soreness, but it wasn’t THAT painful. I think something more serious might be going on if it hurts that badly. I’d suggest getting it checked out!
Post # 12
Funny enough I recently got a routine checkup for infections prior and was A-OK…
Oh! And I didn’t actually cry; the pain just made me feel like doing so. It lasted a few seconds then went away, I wanted to stop though. Then when he hit it again it was a little sore. When I figured out what it was I was like “Ohhhhh….ewww!” LOL.
I have another appointment next week so I’ll ask just to make sure.
Post # 13
It used to hurt when my cervix was hit, then my Dr found a huge cyst in my uterus and now that the cyst is gone, it doesn’t hurt when my cervix is hit. Coincidence, medically sounds? I have no idea, but it used to hurt sooooo bad. Now it only hurts when I am ovulating, but not nearly as bad. I agree with the PP, go to the doctor, it shouldn’t hurt to get it on 🙂
Post # 14
I googled this also and I keep reading that the penis shouldn’t be up that far and pain is normal? Now I’m confused.
Post # 15
I get this pain quite frequently during sex and used to just put it down to him hitting my cervix- but found out recently that I have a massive ovarian cyst which is causing the pain!
Not trying to freak you out of course, but it’s definitely something worth getting checked out!
Post # 16
@LadyLuna711: Penises can reach up that far- it depends on both partner’s anatomy, and position. Female anatomy is flexible and squishy- for lack of a better medical term- and generally accommodating.
It can be normal to feel pain when something touches the cervix, or to even feel faint or nauseous. We all vary in our level of sensitivity. Some women holler during paps, others just feel a little bump.
You should see a doctor, just to be sure that there isn’t a problem. While pain may be normal for some, it could also be caused by a medical condition- HPV, friable cervix, uterine or ovarian cysts, myositis, endometritis or endometriosis, STD sequelae… the list goes on.
When it doubt, get checked out.