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Common Causes of Pain During Intercourse

Did you know that stimulating vaginal lubrication reduces pain and discomfort during intercourse? A proper balance of vaginal lubrication will increase her level of arousal leading to higher possibilities to reach orgasmic pleasures and subsequently increase her sexual desires to become sexually active again.

Vaginal secretions increase and cause lubrication as a result of a normal sexual excitement. It is a natural phenomena required for a smooth and painless entry of penis at the time of intercourse. This normal vaginal secretion can reduce giving rise to dryness, which ultimately causes severe pain during intercourse. The factors causing vaginal dryness or inadequate lubrication vary from severe anxiety, lack of sexual desire to inadequate blood flow to the vagina.

The most Common Causes of Pain During Intercourse Include:

  • Infection – Bacterial or yeast infections are among the most common causes of pain during intercourse.
  • Lack of estrogen – During menopause, the vaginal walls thin and the amount of vaginal lubrication decreases.
  • Drug side effects – Common drugs including those for allergy, high blood pressure or depression may affect the amount of vaginal lubrication, as well as the level of sexual arousal and desire.
  • Physical problems – Scar tissue from abdominal surgery or from delivering a baby can distort the anatomy and cause significant pain during intercourse. A cyst on an ovary can also cause pain.
  • Emotional issues – Sometimes, past issues such as sexual abuse or communication problems in a relationship can translate into sexual difficulties.

That been said, if you are experimenting any of these symptoms, it is imperative for you to consult with your physician and/or specialist (as applicable) in order to be able to find what’s causing you to have pain during intercourse and properly treat it.

Pain during intercourse is more common than you think. The good news is that there are many ways to treat it. Wait no more, seek for proper help today!

Best Regards,

Ileana M. Calderon, B.S., Certified Sexologist, Coach & Founder of SultryHearts.com
Phone: 305-877-0202 / Email: ileanac@SultryHearts.com

 

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  • Contributors:

    • Dr. Carol Clark,

      Board Certified Sex Therapist and Addictions Counselor, President and Senior Instructor at the Sex Therapy Training Institute


    • Ileana Calderon,

      Certified Sexologist, Relationship Coach and Sex Health Educator


    • Dr. Harold Reed,

      Diplomat of the American Board of Urology, and Surgeon specialized on sex change surgical procedures.


    • Marilyn Volker,

      Diplomat of the American Board of Sexology and an Associate Fellow of The American Academy of Clinical Sexologists.


    • Beth Levy Merlin,

      Sex Therapist


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