Many believe that pain during sex (dyspareunia) is mainly due to the mismatch of the sizes of genitals of men and women or due to anatomical abnormalities of the ladies. In fact, this reason is quite rare in contrast to, for example, from the following circumstances.
Dryness of the vaginal mucosa
For this reason, the penetration of the penis into the vagina can cause pain, the mucous membrane having cracks, irritation, fear formed intimate contacts. Young women often lack the moisturizing secret arises from the inefficiency or indifference of the partner that gets to the point too quickly, not allowing the partner to get aroused properly. Women in the age of the dryness – natural estrogen deficiency and atrophy of tissues.
Time for a change. Everything changes, and sex life too
What to do. Not to have sex without desire, during an argument. To talk with your partner about the need to increase the foreplay. Or use a lubricant (intimate lubricant).
Occurs not later than 2 hours after sexual intercourse. In the presence of all signs of cystitis: abdominal pain, burning and stinging when urinating.
What to do. To go to a gynecologist or urologist, to be examined and to be treated with antibiotics, selected after analysis. To provoke inflammation in the bladder can sexual infections, E. coli, Staphylococcus, Streptococcus. Based on test results, the doctor will prescribe antibiotics. You should not self-medicate. Launched acute cystitis may develop into a chronic or even lead to pyelonephritis.
Irritable bowel syndrome
Problems in the gut is often considered a pain in the next, intimate, bodies. Suspect that all the matter in the intestine, the abdominal pain, bloating, alternating constipation and diarrhea.
What to do. Specific treatment of IBS, sorry, no. It is possible to deal only with symptoms: antispasmodics (for pain in the stomach), carminative (flatulence), fastening (diarrhea) or laxative (constipation), and antianxiety drugs in order to neutralize the effect of stress.
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Developing a long abstinence from intimate relations, but also in the sedentary lifestyle. Blood stagnates in the vasculature of the pelvic organs appear first tingling sensation, and then a strong sudden pain which just as suddenly passes. Not necessarily during sex. This disease leads to infertility and loss of important organs: kidneys, urinary system and rectum.
What to do. To go to phlebologist, to do an ultrasound and possibly flebogamma or MRI of the pelvis. Move more, perform Kegel exercises, balanced diet, not Smoking, to exclude oral contraceptives.
Occurs more often in women who underwent episiotomy (incision of the perineum) or post-rupture of the perineum and vagina during childbirth. After that, always done the suturing. Often the first contact after the birth and deliver the pain after cesarean section. Nursing mothers also often complain about it.
What to do. Wait. Slightly upset, count on the understanding spouse. Do alternative kinds of intimacy. As a rule, is a violation of self disappears within 6-12 months after birth. Sometimes sooner. But it’s better to see a gynecologist because pain during sex can be caused by other causes.
Again like the first time. Features intimacy with a new partner
It can provoke bacteria and fungi. And the guilty are not only sexual infections, but also banal thrush, bacterial vaginosis. Women with diabetes are also predisposed to these diseases. Pain during the candidiasis during sex appears at the entrance to the vagina.
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What to do. In a timely manner to treat inflammatory diseases, and it is better to prevent their development. Self – banned! To strengthen the immune system: exercise, healthy habits, eat right, take vitamins. And of course, practice only protected sex.
With endometriosis and adhesions in the pelvis deep pain can occur during sex, and in a particular phase of the menstrual cycle. When uterine fibroids in addition to abdominal pain during intercourse can be severe pain and heavy menstruation with blood clots in everyday life.
What to do. Contact your gynecologist to do an ultrasound of the pelvic organs. May be necessary, and laparoscopic research.
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