25 Questions You're Afraid to Ask Your OBGYN

25 Questions You're Afraid to Ask Your OBGYN

Stix Team
2 minute read

When was the last time you went to your OBGYN? It’s important to get regular checkups, but it’s also important to feel empowered to ask the questions you need answered! Your OBGYN is there for you, so we want everyone to feel comfortable and prepared to get the info they need. When we released our Sex Ed Survey a few weeks ago, we got to hear from 2000 of you about the things you wish you had asked your OBGYN. Read on for some inspiration for your next appointment!

  1. Why doesn't vaginal sex feel good? 
  2. Is there something I can do to make sex feel better? How to I explore my own anatomy?

  3. Is there any birth control that won’t give me side effects? 

  4. Can have an STI test even though I’m married?

  5. Why can't I orgasm with a partner?

  6. How can I make my periods consistent so I don’t have to be worried about it during sex? 

  7. How do I know for sure when I am going to ovulate?

  8. What does miscarriage look like?
  9. How much discharge/smell is normal and when does it indicate an infection?

  10. Is it normal to not have much sensitivity in the clitoris when alone, but too much when with a partner (to the point where light touches feel like nothing and any harder hurts)?

  11. Can you tell if someone is a virgin or not with a pap smear?

  12. Do I have endometriosis?

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  13. What are some things to do to help people with chronic UTIs have sex comfortably?

  14. Why do I have allergic reactions to any type of condom?

  15. What are my chances of cervical cancer if I haven’t had the vaccine?

  16. How do I tell the difference between normal discharge and something else?

  17. Can sex start my monthly cycle? 

  18. Is it normal to get recurring UTIs, BV, and yeast infections? 

  19. Is the texture of my vulva normal? 

  20. Why do I get dry sometimes during sex? 

  21. Is bleeding after sex normal? 

  22. Am I too old to have children?

  23. How can I improve my libido?

  24. How often should I get tested for STIs?

  25. How can I increase my chances of getting pregnant? 

Have sex ed questions? You can always reach us on our Instagram or via hello@getstix.com. 

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