The phrasing of this question is a bit weird. I don't know if anyone's gonna have an answer, so I'm mostly just here to vent. Endometriosis has destroyed me.
Three times so far, my husband's inflicted horrific pain on me through perfectly normal intercourse (not rough/aggressive at all). It starts off as a sharp pain deep in my cervix, my ovaries, and even my rectum, then sex has to stop immediately or else I feel like I'm going to die. My hearing goes, my vision goes, my limbs rattle, and I feel like I'm going to vomit -- fainting symptoms, basically. Except I don't faint; I lay on a frigid floor for 30+ minutes, shaking like I'm being electrocuted. The pain is indescribable and it takes over my entire body.
Even without this freak occurrence, penetration has always dealt me some pain in my ribs and shoulders. Last night this happened, and it feels like I was hit by semi-truck. My whole body is sore. I can't sneeze, cough, laugh, or lay down because my back and shoulders hurt so bad. Just why would this happen? My stomach feels like it's been speared, but it's not as annoying as the shoulder pain. How would my cervix getting bumped give me torso pain?
I was diagnosed with stage 3 Endometriosis and had surgery for it earlier this year. I've recently stopped taking my birth control (prescribed for the condition itself) because my husband and I would like to try for a baby, but ever since I stopped, I've had constant twinges and aches in my abdominal/colon region.
This happened twice before my surgery and I'm scared that it's come back again. Sex can hurt us Endometriosis-cursed women, but is it common for it to do this? Is it supposed to disable me? I'm only 21. I'm traumatized by this pain. This is a nightmare. I would tell my Gynecologist, though what'd be point? I stopped taking the birth control. I brought this on myself.