has anybody else with endometriosis or vaginismus experienced this during sex?

2022.01.22 02:12 caitlincoolcrap2000 has anybody else with endometriosis or vaginismus experienced this during sex?

I haven’t been diagnosed yet but I am definitely having almost all the symptoms of endo and vaginismus. I am seeing a gynecologist in February and will talk to her about this but I wanted to post here and see if anybody else relates…
I’m 21F and it was hard to have sex for the first time with my boyfriend because of my severe tightness. But we finally managed to do it and it felt great. However, I bled way more than expected. I expected a few drops since I was a virgin but I bled enough to where I thought I started my period but I didn’t. It happened again during the 2nd and 3rd time. I also felt extremely sore down there for about 2 days after doing it. This really concerns me and I am wondering if this is a common symptom of endo or vaginismus.
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2022.01.22 02:12 KayZee2405 See if you can get this one, I'm pretty sure it's an easy one, that's why I chose a night pic

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2022.01.22 02:12 ArchDukeNemesis April 5th, 2003: During the battle of Baghdad, Iraqi forces destroy the Mosul dam, flooding the city

The Mosul dam is the 5th largest dam in the world, built to control the flood of the massive Tigris river into the city of Mosul and throughout Iraq, including into the capitol of Baghdad. However, the dam was built on the water soluble mineral of Gypsum, forcing the dam to need constant maintenance. During the invasion of Iraq, demolition of the dam was a concern following the capture of Baghdad and hunt for Saddam and even in 2014 when Iraqi forces fought ISIS for control of the dam.
But what if Saddam ordered the destruction of the dam anyways, seeking to keep Americans away from the spoils of war and enacting a scorched earth policy? As the capitol is about to fall, the dam is blown apart and a 300-400 ft high wall of water storms down the Tigris, destroying Mosul and every city along the river's banks. A few hours later, in the thick of the fighting between Iraqi and American forces, a tidal wave hits Baghdad, devastating the already ruined city. The worst case scenario, nearly 1 million dead and a million more displaced from their homes. Mosul is under 60 ft of water. Baghdad under 15 ft.
So how does this change the Iraq war and the broader war on terror? How does such a massive disaster shape public perception of the Bush administration's campaign? What happens to Iraq on top of the conflicts and eventual toppling of it's regime? How do Iraq's neighbors in Iran, Syria, Turkey and Saudi Arabia react to the crisis? How does this shape the Arab spring in 2012 and eventual rise of Isis? And how does the world react to the worst humanitarian crisis of the 21st century thus far?
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2022.01.22 02:12 humanperson011001 Almost done with this short bus conversion. Look at all this kitchen storage we were able to add!

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2022.01.22 02:12 Psplover123 https://youtu.be/aMZQne0qNqM This is OP channel pls sub to it

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2022.01.22 02:12 Bigbuckrocks I’m grinding for collectibles in Primal and noticed that this cave painting has a design that just so happens to resemble the Ubisoft logo

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2022.01.22 02:12 Usual_Pipe8457 1964 Romulan 20% thc 3.25

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2022.01.22 02:12 agent_kmulder Teriyaki meatballs with egg fried rice for me and my husband today

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2022.01.22 02:12 poodleuni Not a meme, but had to post because OMG IT WORKS

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2022.01.22 02:12 ancientdays Being Catholic and practicing Hoodoo

Hi
I am a Mass going Catholic and want to start practicing Hoodoo.
Where should I start? Any books you recommend?
Anyone that is Christian or Catholic that can help me out?
Thank you
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2022.01.22 02:12 StaffPadding If you buy expensive ice cream you had a bad childhood

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2022.01.22 02:12 Blockhead_1107 Streaming extraction

Streaming rainbow six siege extraction Ubisoft tends to make these kinds game a lot I won’t lie. https://twitch.tv/the_blockhead11
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2022.01.22 02:12 budgetcooking Found on front page, didn’t see it here

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2022.01.22 02:12 Bipolarunicornpoo My sweet Tobi (black) and then her sister nami (short hair) faking an eye allergy for attention (she does this to mock our other cat who actually has allergies- via Calico in second pic) 😭

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2022.01.22 02:12 vlad_lennon Modi was the first Prime Minister who was born in Independent India

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2022.01.22 02:12 thehawkofnight2021 Pipeline workers, why should or should not people join that workline?

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2022.01.22 02:12 ClauVex Holy F*ck, i didn't know this was possible!, guess im building tall and be a turtle.

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2022.01.22 02:12 Da-Morningstar-777 Who think it's cool to have sexual relations with a close friends SO just because you're poly?

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2022.01.22 02:12 wallpaper9000 Day 1. New bow. Made a target. Sore shoulder.

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2022.01.22 02:12 whozaatt0311 What stb was lacking [spoiler:5.0]

Why didn't stb ever have a theme song moment ?!. We had the final steps of faith in hw and Hades vs wol in shb so why didn't stb every have a moment like that ? . Revolutions is a very very very good song .
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2022.01.22 02:12 TheHippyWolfman If outdoor cats are so bad, then people shouldn't own cats: just because letting an animal outside is destructive does not mean keeping it inside is humane. Further, outdoor cats cannot logically be equally destructive in every ecosystem around the globe and this is not acknowledged nearly enough.

I get it. Cats are bad for wildlife. They are, after all, an invasive, predatory species. There's no reason to believe that they'd have a positive effect on native ecosystems. However, its annoying to me that people seem to assume that cats have an equally negative effect on every ecosystem they inhabit. In a place like New Zealand, for example, which lacked any native feline predators, cats are devastating. In a place like the UK, wild versions of your domestic cat have been hanging around the woods since before humans set foot there. Do cats really have an equally destructive impact in both countries? The idea seems absurd. Yet, I very rarely see people take geography and ecological context into account when condemning outdoor cats. Cats aren't invasive everywhere, and in a place like the U.S., while they may be technically invasive, wild birds have been dealing with predatory felines for a long time: cougars, bobcats and lynx are all native here.
I often see statistics like "cats in the U.S. kill xyz amount of birds a year." These headlines confuse me. In nature, animals die. Human beings have killed off wolves, lynx, bobcats, birds of prey in untold numbers. We literally go into the woods and "cull" animals all the time to control their populations to make up for this. Yet I have rarely seen an article continue on to say "this is xyz% of a sustainable take for this species in this location, or xyz% of how many would have died of predation before humans depressed the number of local predators." Usually they do go on to say "cats have led to the extinction of countless birds," disregarding the fact that many of those bird species were from an entirely different ecological context than the ones familiar to the article's intended audience.
So color me skeptical about how bad cats are in the U.S. and the U.K. I have a strong feeling that dense human populations, lawns, pesticides, insecticides, deforestation and other forms of human activity cause way more harm to local wildlife populations than cats by a wide margin. This is the Anthropocene, not the feline-o-cene. Yet someone with an ecologically barren lawn covered in pesticides will eat a beef-burger and snack on some cookies made with South East Asian palm-oil before shitting on their neighbor because they let their cat out, and not feel in any way hypocritical.
Still, all of this is only half my argument. There are DEFINITELY places where outdoor cats should seriously be illegal. Places like New Zealand or Hawaii or really anywhere where birds haven't been dealing with similar predators. However, just because an animal should not be allowed outside does not mean that keeping it inside is humane or compassionate. Sometimes the best solution is to just not have the animal.
I do not believe any mammal or bird larger than a hamster should be kept indefinitely indoors. I think the thought of chickens, cows and pigs who never get to experience fresh air or grass under their feet is innately depressing. Very few animal lovers would fault me for that. Cats though? People seem to think that every single apartment building in the human world is a great place for a cat to live the entirety of their lives. Most cats that I have seen indoors do not live in a home or apartment set up with their needs in mind. It's just assumed that if humans are fine with it, the cats are too. I mean, sure, the cats can't talk or consent and many (many is the key word) try to escape every chance they get. Yeah, I get it, your cat is different. She or he has lived their whole lives indoors and hates the outdoors, which has nothing to do with the fact that the cat has lived its whole life in an unnatural environment and everything to do with their innate nature. Sure.
You ever just see an indoor cat sitting on the windowsill, staring at an outside world it will never get to experience? I would literally never deprive any other animal of some fresh air once in a while. Not a dog, not a chicken, not a pig, not even a rabbit. Animals are meant to be outside. Just because we have brought them to environments where they shouldn't be isn't going to change their nature or their innate needs. What we have done is put ourselves in an impossible ethical dilemma due to our own selfishness. My unpopular opinion is this: if you live in an area where outdoor cats are a serious threat to wildlife (and that CANNOT be everywhere, as the wild versions of our semi-domestic felines are native to both Africa and Eurasia and similar predators exist all over the world) well, don't get a cat.
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2022.01.22 02:12 Staticgrass42 Mega aerodactyle

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2022.01.22 02:12 themadskeptic Not Remote but Operating All The Same

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2022.01.22 02:12 PabloDaScrub Sorry for making this..

But i really feel the need to rant. I'm not sure what the general community vibe is towards The Discord and it might be meta to dislike it i'm not sure.
I really want to say that i think its awful. People probably like it and fair enough, it may also be the same situation in ever dc group i'm not apart of enough to know, but iv never been apart of a group chat of what i assumed were like minded individuals that have created such a triggered and easily offended space.
You seriously have to walk on eggshells when you try to engage with any of the chat rooms as even the slightest "edgy" comment will get you hounded out. I have seen it happen a number of times where people in the chat cry for mods to have people removed for saying something the dont agree with. Even in today's podcast the dc was filled with people just saying how shit all men are. I wont be the one to stand here and defend all men but seriously imagine if someone said something about women in the dc.
Just feels like a shit double standard in a community that used to be more relaxed.
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2022.01.22 02:12 Singo20 Seashells seashells on a speed light

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