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Firm Painful Intercourse

Painful intercourse is a common complaint in young married women. During first intercourse every woman experience pain during sexual intercourse due to breaking of hymen. Once hymen is broken, penetration of penis becomes easy and less painful. But sometimes pain during sex continues for a long time. Painful intercourse can be experienced by both men and women. But it is more common in women due to variety of reasons. In medical terms painful intercourse is called as dyspareunia. There are several causes of pain during intercourse. Causes of painful intercourse can be separated in two different categories, one associated with physiological changes and other associated with psychological changes. Some of the important causes of pain during intercourse are discussed here:

Physiological causes
Some of the important physiological causes responsible for pain during sexual activity are:
  • Smaller size of the cervix is a leading cause of pain. In some women reproductive organs fail to develop to their original size at the time of puberty. Smaller size of cervix cannot afford deep penetration of the penis and it causes pain during sex.
  • Diseases of vagina such as vaginitis can also cause pain during sexual intercourse.
  • Dryness of the vagina is also an important cause for pain during intercourse. Women who drink less water suffer from this problem.
  • Surgery of any sexual part can also cause weakness of the parts which may cause pain.
  • In some women soaps and body lotions causes skin allergy which may cause pain and irritation of the private parts.
  • Diseases such as ovarian cysts, sexually transmitted diseases such as herpes, HPV, can also cause pain during sexual intercourse.
  • Intake of medications also affect the normal functioning of the sexual organs.
  • In men inflammation of the prostate gland or irritation due to condoms may cause pain during sexual activity.

Psychological causes
Some of the important psychological causes responsible for painful intercourse include:
  • Fear of sex
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Abuse in the past
  • Strained relationship

Natural methods can greatly help in getting rid of painful intercourse. It is advised to drink 8-10 glasses of water every day to keep the body hydrated. Women suffering from dryness of vagina can use natural creams for proper lubrication of the vagina. Lubrication of vagina is necessary for proper penetration of the penis. Partners should sit and talk with each other to find a solution. Natural herbs such as shatavari, shilvaprang are recommended for any sexual discomfort experienced by women and men. Natural creams such as St. Herb lady secret serum is also available for lubrication of vagina. This is a natural herbal cream which can used regularly to lubricate the vagina. It increases the tonicity of vaginal muscles. It is important that both partners should be ready for sexual activity. Stimulation of sexual organs is essential to carry out the sexual activity happily. Men should stimulate the women by foreplay to involve her in sexual activity completely. By following these simple tips men and women can avoid painful intercourse and enjoy sexual life.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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