Vaginal pain HELP

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so im curious if anyone else gets this and why its happening. randomly I could be doing anything minding my own business. out of nowhere i get a stabbing feeling in my vagina. it lasts anywhere between seconds to an entire hour. if it makes it past that minute mark it is so painful i cant walk or sit down. it is genuinly like someone just stuck a knife in me and started twisting. sometimes it will hurt and the pain will spread to my lower abdomen as well. no i dont have discharge. no it doesnt happen during sex. its happened after sex twice but its mostly just when im walking around or sitting down. im 24 it started happening when i was 19. thats the list of symptoms and theres nothing else thats weird about it. i did just get an IUD and had one of these episodes tonight. it was the worst one yet. i thought the IUD was coming out so i had to have my partner see- nothing. we tried having sex and the pain went away. which usually works the first few minutes is brutal but it works. its def not fun.

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    Hi

    Thought I reply because I know how painful it can be. IUD probably not helping or that could be causing it. Get that checked out

    I get shooting pain alot it's so uncomfortable being we're it is, that loud pitch you make when the shooting pain is happens (lol the looks I've been given if it happens in a shop)

    My reason for the shooting pain, throbbing is that I've been diagnosed with pudendal neuralgia, endometriosis and Adenomyosis. Think they all play a role in the pain.

    Go back to Dr, bless I feel your pain but at least I have answer's. Iam not saying you have any of my conditions.

    Best wishes

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