Painful sex might lead to no sex at all if it is prolonged and untreated. Saying bye to pain and not to love-making will open a healthier chapter for you and even for your love relationship. For most women, especially who shy away from vocalizing their feelings, sex is another name for pain and they view it as a painful experience always. To shake hands with enjoyment and to get the most out of your love-making experience, a little attention is what is needed to make this a pleasurably wonderful experience. The word Dyspareunia perfectly describes this condition in medical diction. Don’t give any room to dyspareunia for disrupting your fun, destroying your sexual health, and dismantling your relationship.
You need to know what actually is causing this and why you are not having so much fun during intercourse? There are very many common causes for this pain. Find out what holds true in your case. As the cause, so will be its treatment.
Shedding Light on the Five Most Common Causes for Dyspareunia
- Inadequate Lubrication: A good foreplay before actual intercourse is vital for appropriate lubrication effect and to lessen the pain during intercourse. Be open to discuss and if required suggest this to your spouse.
- Vaginismus: This is most common in females who are 1st timers, overwhelmed and preoccupied with fears of performance during intercourse. Spasming vaginal muscles make intercourse difficult and painful. Don’t let mental blocks block your mental, physical, emotional, and sexual health. A care-free and let go attitude will do the trick. It will relax your mind and body both together.
- Urinary Tract Infection: You may be having an infection of your urinary tract. Don’t worry, there is cure for this. Drink lots of fluids, stress on H2O intake. Your gynae can help suggest an antibiotic for treatment.
- Vaginal Infections: Sometimes yeast and fungal infections crop up in hot and humid weather and your badly sanitized pelvis plays host to these infections. The thumb rule to avoid this is to - STAY CLEAN.
- Childbirth or Surgery: After childbirth, many factors accumulate like stress, fatigue, exhaustion, decline in estrogen level which cause lack of sexual desire, which all can collectively cause pain during intercourse.
If you are having Dyspareunia, what is inhibiting you from enjoying this natural luxury. A little open discussion might open the door for your treatment.
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