You will not feel a thing. She will use a heat pen to stop any bleeding from the torn are permanently. It really is a simple thing and is done in the office. Most important, even if you are on birth control your partner must wear a condom because if it does happen again and you are having intercourse, there is a good chance of blood, and unless you know your HIV status 100%, blood can transmit the virus to your partner. Be safe and call your GYN TODAY before the weekend and ask him/her advice. Better safe than sorry. Good luck and would be interested to know how it goes.View Thread
The other reply was ludicrous. A fingernails? A sympathetic pain elsewhere? Your period after the pain & the feeling of something rip? REALLY??? Surprised a moderator did not respond to his reply. I am a senior paramedic of 31 years & a Registered Nurse of 17 years. I have delivered (14) babies in that time. I AM NOT A MEDICAL DOCTOR!
Only you know your body and although I don't know your medical history, if the blood flow was substantial as you wrote, only you would know if your period was due, but if the pain was not menstrual cramps, again, don't know if you regularly get cramps, but if the pain & flow was enough to make you STOP the pleasure and foreplay, and obviously you are concerned enough to log in for advice, I would call your OBGYN and speak with the nurse, and get yourself in to see the doctor. Although you are not a virgin, I would wonder if you tore part of your vaginal tissue that may have not fully separated when you first lost your virginity. I don't know how old you are or how many times you have had sexual intercourse with your partner. If it was appendicitis or gal bladder you would not be on line, you would be in the hospital. Has it happened again, please go see your doctor. If it is a torn part of your hymen, you might have to have her painlessly remove/repair the tissue, she can give you some Lidocaine andView Thread