Finding the cause of painful sex can be tricky, but there are a few courses of action for women.
Support goes a long way when your significant other suffers from painful intercourse.
The fairly common condition can cause painful sex or pelvic discomfort at inopportune times.
Doctors recommend waiting some time before having intercourse again, so listen to your body.
Discomfort during penetration can be caused by many physical and emotional factors.
Intercourse shouldn't hurt, but if it does, find out why and how you can reduce the discomfort.
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