Think about things. Also having bad pains when having sex.
Jane; I agree a lot with the other post, Lots of times these are all related are you taking any medication that is new even if it's over the counter. But even a Headache can get the ball rolling and we keep going over and over things and get upset and can't concentrate on what is going on. You should check with your doctor. And do your best not to nitpick on yourself we can be our own worse enemy at times. Or even a change in any pressure around you or at work just try and ignore things you can't do anything about but anyone that is just upsetting you put some distance between you there negative energy well be absorbed by us.When you are overly stressed it can cause what feels like hot flashes and for sure make sex even harder or make you hurt if that continues you should get into your OBGYN doctor for a check up.Even write a lot of this down we get nervous at the doctor and leave without asking the questions we want.
But if you have it written down you can just hand the note to the doctor so nothing is missed I still do this due to my anxiety.But under pressure sex would not be at the top of your list and you could be drying out could try lubricated condoms.Or one of the lubricants for woman that you just have to put a small amount in or around you prior to having sex. But I really feel you should see a doctor as soon as you can to go over these things with him or her. Hang in there it well get better. Chuck1957 ps feel free to write back and let us know how you are doing. Stress shows up in all kinds of ways but you also want to rule out anything else.
Have you ever had your thyroid tested? Or your vitamin B or D levels checked? The tests are nothing more than running a blood panel, but your Dr would have to order specific tests. I have hypothyroidism (under active thyroid) and I had a lot of the same symptoms. Since your thyroid helps control virtually every system in your body, it wouldn't be unusual at all to have a bunch of seemingly unrelated symptoms. I know I did. If it's your thyroid, then the fix is s simple pill that you'll take the rest of your life with regularly scheduled blood work to monitor your thyroid levels. If it's one the the vitamin deficiencies, it's also an easy fix. Even if you've had your thyroid tested before, it's worth it to have it tested again. Your thyroid has a range of levels. You could have fallen within the acceptable levels at one point, and at an unacceptable level weeks or months later. I think you should bring this up with your Dr.
It certainly wouldn't hurt to have the blood tests done and at the very least help rule some things out. I wish you the very best of luck.
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