Did you really think cramps would end when you stopped having your period for nine months? Welcome to pregnancy and all the little aches and pains — and yes, cramps in your legs, back and abdominal area — that come with it. Including after sex. Sometimes post-sex cramps in your abs and groin area come with spotting or a little extra blood flow, too. You'll also want to talk to your doctor if your post-sex cramps come with symptoms like severe dizziness or headache to rule out preeclampsia. After orgasm, your body sends a rush of blood to your uterus, which can cause those uncomfortable cramps in your groin.
What to Do If Your Orgasms Are Actually Painful | stella-entertainme.com
If you search for "painful orgasms" around the internet, you pull up a lot of results that are mostly testimonials from women who experience them, and a couple of news articles asserting that they're real. But if you're looking for hard, medical data on painful orgasms — or the condition called dysorgasmia — you'll run into the same wall a lot of the people who treat them run into: There's really not much out there. Even the ACOG's information is limited to painful sex more broadly , without specifics regarding painful orgasms. It's not unusual for a health problem that: 1. Affects women, 2.
Why do I get cramps after sex? Everything you need to know about dysorgasmia
Anorgasmia and Dysorgasmia are clinical terms whose symptoms include complete lack of orgasm, diminished orgasms, and even painful orgasms. Causes can include physical, mental, and emotional factors. Dysorgasmia is defined as a painful orgasm, but without any prior pain during sexual intercourse.
Let's talk orgasms: They're supposed to feel good, right? Or, you know, meh What I'm getting at: They're most definitely not supposed to hurt. Like, at all. And yet, because the human body is full of mysteries, sometimes orgasms actually do hurt—and that sucks.