Severe radiating pelvic pain during stimulation
Hello everyone, I hope someone can give me some information, tips, or pointers regarding my issue. Any information is helpful, and thanks in advance.
Some information about me - I'm nearly 30 years old, single, and have a moderate amount of stress in my life. Nothing overly unusual for the average woman. I'm active, but don't work out (just have a very active job), but am still considered overweight. I've never NOT been overweight. I do eat healthy foods and drink only water.
Over the last 3 years or so I have noticed these symptoms. When I was younger, I did not have pain or problems with clitoral or vaginal stimulation. I lost my virginity when I was 24, have only had sex twice in my life, but I consider myself 'sexually active' in the sense that I get aroused and will stimulate myself using toys, etc.
I have been tested for STDs, all negative.
My problem - When aroused, a radiating pain will begin in my lower abdomen/pelvis. If stimulation is initiated, the pain increases tenfold. It is not a pain centered in external areas - my vagina and clitoris do not hurt, but it's my insides that flare with extreme pain that radiates from the front all around to the anal area. I have a very high pain tolerance, but this pain is nothing I've ever experienced before. On a scale of 1 to 10, where 1 is no pain and 10 is the pain of an untreated root canal abscess, this pain is a 9. I notice that I feel like vomiting with the pain sometimes, and I will pace or shake uncontrollably.
I have tried vaginal stimulation only. Thrusting doesn't hurt. The pain escalates with the general state of arousal.
This pain occurs during any stimulation - I have woken up from erotic dreams because of this pain. It lasts for 2-5 minutes and the echo of discomfort can last for a day or two sometimes.
My vagina and clitoris are swollen and flushed and I create a normal amount of lubrication. I also have normal interest in sex, and I frequently to try different things, but just the thought of the pain that follows makes me fear.
Anyway - does this ring a bell anywhere? I'm beginning to fear this problem is in my mind (but then why would it happen when I sleep?). I currently do not have health insurance, so unfortunately, I cannot visit the doctor.
Thanks again in advance for any information.