First time S’εx: It is normal and common for a woman having s’εx for the first time to feel pain because the hymεn is stretched abnormally. It can be very painful too.
Dryness, no lμbrication: When the woman is dry in the vag!na, pεnεtrati0n is more than likely to bring sharp pain and even tears.
Mental block: S’εx could be painful when the woman is not 100% ready for it. She needs to be emotionally and physically involved for it to feel good.
Infections: Some sεxμally transmitted infections (STIs) like chlamydia, gonorrhoea and gεnital herpes can cause S’εx to be painful
Menopause: When a woman reaches the menopausal age, her changing hormone levels can make her v.ag!na dry (atrophic vaginitis), leading to painful s’εx. Lubricants will come in handy.
Vaginismμs – this is a condition where muscles in or around the vag!na shut tightly and make pεnεtration very painful or even totally impossible
Pel-vic inflammatory disease (PID) This condition is an infection of the female upper gεnital tract, including the womb, fallopian tubes and ovaries. It makes S’εx painful.
Endometriosis: This is a common condition where tissue that behaves like the lining of the womb (the endometrium) is found outside the womb. It leads to painful/heavy menstrual periods, lower abdomen, pelvis and lower back pain, and painful s’εx
Fibroids: Non-cancerous growths that develop in or around the womb (uterus), near the vag!na or cervix can also cause painful s’εx
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) This common, long-term condition of the digestive system can cause painful s’εx, stomach cramps, bloating, diarrhoea and/or constipation.
Constipation: This common condition that affects people of all ages causes stools to be hard and lumpy, as well as unusually large or small. It also causes painful s’εx
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