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Have you ever experienced pain while you were having sex? This pain can occur for a variety of reasons, from a vaginal infection to a lack of lubrication in your V-zone.
Sexual discomfort is known as “dyspareunia”, defined as persistent or recurrent genital pain that occurs just before, during, or after sexual intercourse🔛.
But there’s no need to worry😅, it’s way more common than you think, and the important thing is to identify the reason so you can find the right treatment and get everything back to normal.
Some of the symptoms that may occur:
Pain during intercourse.
Burning or discomfort.
Strong pain after sex.
Pain when applying a tampon.
Sexual discomfort may be associated with a wide variety of factors, among them:
Lack of lubrication💦: There are many factors that can be causing the lack of lubrication. What causes pain during sex can vary from a medical condition such as hormonal imbalances to allergies.
Injuries🤕, traumas, or irritation: This includes injuries or irritations from an accident or a pelvic surgery.
Infection, inflammation, or skin disorder: An infection in the genital area or urinary tract can cause pain during sex.
Vaginismus: These involuntary spasms of the muscles in the walls of the vagina can make penetration a little more painful😨.
Latex allergy: If you experience itching or irritation while having sex with a condom, you are likely to have a latex allergy.
Keep in mind that if you feel any discomfort while having sex, the best thing to do is to see your doctor to find out the cause so that you’re given the appropriate treatment😉.