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If you’re like most women, then you probably want to get in and out of the gynecologist’s office as quickly as possible. You might schedule it on your lunch break, hoping to make a full turn around and get back to your desk within an hour of leaving it. You feel proud just for making the appointment, having your gynecologist do a standard exam, and getting on with your day. But you cannot leave it entirely up to your gynecologist to discover important changes. You’re the one who lives in your body every day, and experiences sensations your gynecologist may not be able to identify with the naked eye or even a stethoscope. Since you’ve already made the time to see this important medical professional, shouldn’t you make the most of your visit? Here are symptoms you should always tell your gynecologist, even if you don’t think they’re important. lying in bed with pensive expressions

Pain during sex

Pain during sex once or twice can happen if you aren’t properly lubricated or your partner is just, um, large. But regular pain during sex can be a sign of a urinary tract infection or genital infection, and should be reported to your gyno.

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