Sexual Pain: Why Does It Occur? How Do We Get Rid Of It?

Sexual Pain: Why Does It Occur? How Do We Get Rid Of It?

Pain during sex is a sensitive topic for everyone, but finding the source is important to get the treatment you need – and to enjoy sex again as soon as possible!

Sex is a glorious, beautiful thing. It is natural and pleasant. That’s what our bodies are designed for. However, when it starts to get painful… many problems arise… and it seems awful.

Pain and discomfort during sex are some of the most common signs that something is wrong „down there.”

Before you panic and tell your friends that your partner has given you a sexually transmitted disease, you should think about where and how you feel the pain. Does it affect a certain area or the entire genital area? Is it a burning sensation, a burning sensation or an acute pain? Do you have bleeding during sex?

It is a good idea to pay attention to your symptoms and observations. We’ve put together a guide so you can figure out what problems you might have when sex is painful, whether you’re a woman or a man.
Painful sex for women

Burning and itching

This feeling of „fiery love” is often accompanied by severe itching and a leak caused by yeast infections. This can cause swelling and pain in the vagina, making sex painful.

It smells like fish

If you experience a burning sensation and itching, accompanied by a fishy odor, this condition may be a sign of bacterial vaginosis or other sexually transmitted infections, such as gonorrhea or chlamydia.

Deep pain

When you feel deep pain in your lower abdomen and pelvis during penetration, it may be caused by pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). BIP can also cause irregular bleeding, fever and pain while urinating. BIP is caused by bacteria in the cervix and other parts of the reproductive organs, usually due to chlamydia, gonorrhea, non-sexual infections.

Painful position

Your legs are up in the air, and your well-equipped partner is inside you. Suddenly, you feel a deep pain with each push. This can be caused by your partner pushing your cervix. In this case, the only solution is to switch to a more comfortable angle or position.

Dry spell

If your vagina feels very dry during intercourse, it could be caused by menopause. However, if you are 20 years old and are going through a „change”, this dryness may be caused by birth control pills, decongestants, or you may not be very attracted to your partner.

Pulsating pain

A throbbing pain can be caused by endometriosis, a condition in which the endometrium or lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus, in areas such as the ovaries, intestines, or pelvis. In addition to painful palpitations and cramps, your periods can become even more difficult because you experience the same throbbing pain.مقاطع_فيديو_إباحية_عالية_الدقة_أفضل_مقاطع_فيديو/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3مقاطع_فيديو_إباحية_عالية_الدقة_أفضل_مقاطع_فيديو/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3!AqtGY2WiOwC3gZByKoSahRpDrW1n4g?e=x5bN1H!AhoEHOQ-PpK2uDLSV0qYruihF-5N?e=4BZ5ZU