Hi I'm Heather and I have a real issue in my household.. My husband wants sex 24/7. I have IC and it causes sex to hurt he says it is in my head but the doctor even explain it can tend to hurt because of my IC. I also have two boys.. Between working crazy hours, about to start college, and my two boys I just dont want to have sex every single day... I love him I do but he automatically assumes I'm getting sex at work and thats not even the case.. IC hurts and I just don't like being in pain.. We have sex at least twice maybe three times a week I just don't understand why that isn't good enough... I mean he keeps comparing before we had our boys but that is also before I had IC too that we would have sex everyday sometimes more then once a day... Im trying I really am but Im at a lost I am tired of fighting with him about it...View Thread
I have the implanon in my arm after my youngest son was born. Its been in for about a year and I also have unprotected sex.. At first I had headaches all the time, face acne, throwing up feeling, and I didn't have a period for the first six months.. It just all depends it says it is affected 98% if you think your pregnant take a test is my best bet.... If it comes out neg. it just might be side effects of the implanonView Thread
We both sat down with the doctor and she explain to both to us why it would hurt to have sex. All it does is have a burning sensation the entire time and that hurts! I do try oral sex with him but thats not enough it wants it no lie all the time... I LOVE him I do he has given me two amazing boys but at this point I dont know what else to do.. Its not like some woman that plain out dont have sex I attempt it more then once a week even though it leaves me in pain afterwards all day...View Thread
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