during sexual intercoarse I get a shocking pain and makes my leg just go straight due to the pain, what could cause this in females?
I have the same shocking pain, but it doesn't have anything to do with having sex. My situation is chronic myofascial pain disease (syndrome) and it caused the muscles in your body (any particular place not just one for me) to spike in pain. People underestimate the pain of muscles and don't realize how many muscles sit in your pelvic region. I would venture to say that one of your pelvic muscles is taunt and has constricted around a nerve. When it is hit it causes that muscle to jolt in pain. A good OBGYN can palpitate the area to find out which specific muscle it is. Then hopefully you can find a good physical therapist that has been trained in pelvic muscles to go in and release the taunt band. Believe me it is not fun, but something that should be addressed sooner than later. Generally one bad muscle tends to multiply and drag the other surrounding muscles down to the same condition.
I have suffered from pain for many years, but my chronic pelvic pain was the worst pain i have ever experienced. After 5 years without a diagnosis I finally found a good OBGYN who referred me to a good physical therapist. It was a lot of work, but so worth it. If you get the chance google chronic myofascial pain. Good luck and take care.
do you have sciatic pain in the leg.that would be my best answer.i know ive livedears with it for 13 years.i wear fentyl patches to stop the pain because i experience the same thing while having intercourse.get a dr to check your back,even then it might not show up.uring the day if it feels like a scooping on the back of the leg and a burning sensation,that might be one thing thats causing it.see a pain specialist in your area or a neuroman asap.
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