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What Causes Painful Intercourse and How to Make It Stop
Do you ever have painful intercourse? Do you know what it could be from? Well, it may be a sign of Endometriosis or another underlying health issue. Endometriosis is the abnormal growth of cells (endometrial cells) resemble the uterus lining but with Endometriosis they grow elsewhere in the body including your ovaries, fallopian tubes, or bowels. Sometimes, these growths can get in the way during sex… which is what causes that pain!
So, do you have Endomtriosis or something else causing painful intercourse? Let’s run over some of the details so you can see if this might be what has been bothering your body.
Symptoms of Endometriosis
Most women with endometriosis have no symptoms. However, when women do experience Symptoms of endometriosis they normally include heavy menstrual bleeding, painful periods, and sometimes, pain during sex. Less commonly, you can also have pelvic pain, painful bowel movements or painful urination.
So what do you do about it? How do you find out if you have it? Endometriosis is often diagnosed based on your symptoms. If you’re already experiencing some of these symptoms you can try S’moo as it has been known to help relieve some of these symptoms in other women with endometriosis. Or you can get a physical examination to find out if you have Endometriosis, but the definite diagnosis is usually confirmed by surgery, most commonly by laparoscopy.
Treatment of endometriosis typically includes medication and surgery for both pain relief and treatment of infertility if pregnancy is desired. Trying S’moo first might be a good place to start to see if it lessens these symptoms, especially if you’re trying to get pregnant as S’moo helps improve fertility and egg quality in women trying to conceive. Many S'moo Babes with Endo have been able
Best Suggestions to Aviod Painful Intercourse
If you’re still having painful intercourse here are some suggestions to help (though of course scheduling an appointment with an ob-gyn or other health care professional is always important).
1- Take pain-relieving steps before sex
Empty your bladder, take a warm bath, or take an over-the-counter pain reliever before intercourse.
2- Use a lubricant
Some are sticky and some get everywhere but it’s important, even if you feel wet to make sure you’re properly lubricated. Silicone-based lubricants last longer and tend to be more slippery than water-soluble lubricants. Do not use petroleum jelly, baby oil, or mineral oil with condoms. They can dissolve the latex and cause the condom to break.
3- Don’t rush
Set aside time so you’re not tired or anxious. These things can put you on edge and stress can effect how open you are.
4- Don’t hide your pain!
I can’t stress enough how important it is to let your partner know when you feel pain, as well as what activities you find pleasurable. I know it’s stressful to interrupt a great moment because you’re body is rebelling but it’s not worth it.
5- Try sexual activities
That do not cause pain. For example, if intercourse is painful, you and your partner may want to focus on oral sex or mutual masturbation.
It's nonsexual, but sensual, and it can bring you closer to your partner. To relieve burning after intercourse, apply ice or a frozen gel pack wrapped in a small towel to the vulva.
This content is strictly the opinion of S'moo and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All readers/viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither S'moo nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
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