Female Orgasm Difficulty - Caused by Intercourse Pain


Many women feel that pain is a natural part of intercourse, so they have no idea what is causing their discomfort or what do about it. Sexual intercourse is supposed to be a pleasurable encounter between two people.  But for many women, sex can be painful and unpleasant, leading to intimacy problems and a general lack of sexual fulfillment.

Many women experience painful intercourse, or dyspareunia, at some point in their lives for a variety of reasons. But the location of pain and frequency of pain varies greatly. If left untreated, the causes of sexual pains can become more serious resulting it vaginal abrasions and other extremely painful symptoms.


Symptoms
 
The locations of the pain during intercourse are different between women; most common pains are vaginal spasms and stinging pain at the entry of vagina. Other pains reported are:
  • Pain deep inside the vagina
  • Sharp stinging pains at the entry of their vagina
  • Clitoris pain
  • Vaginal spams & pain
  • Uterus pain
The fact is that wherever you are feeling pain it is most assuredly all connected by the similar causes.  
 
Dyspareunia may be experienced as pain with every penetration, even while putting in a tampon, pain with certain partners or just under certain circumstances, new pain after previously pain-free intercourse, superficial entry pain, deep pain during thrusting, burning pain or aching pain.


Causes
 
There are numerous causes of intercourse pain, including inadequate lubrication, injury, trauma, irritation, inflammation, infection, a tipped uterus, skin disorders, reactions to birth control products, vaginismus, vestibulitis, or even psychological problems.
 
Because of the wide variety of possible causes it’s also recommended that you see our doctor to get another opinion. You shouldn’t rely totally on the word of your general physician, but it is good to have several sources of viable information. Sometimes when you get conflicting reports or advise regarding the same problem it does more good than you might think.
 
When you have a lot to ponder it can be refreshing because it forces you to be specifically attentive to our problems. It makes you pinpoint exactly what the problem is and where the pain is located. Anything that makes you pay closer attention to what’s harming you is a good thing; whatever makes you ask questions and seek out answers is positive. Even if you hit several brick walls along the way, at least you’ll no that those were the wrong problems and you won’t have to revisit those as viable possibilities. The process of elimination is a crucial aspect of combating health issues, especially undiagnosed ones. The more you learn, the more you fail, and the more you eventually know.


Slowing Down

Ask you love one to slow down. By slowing down, it's possible to get a lot more pleasurable sensation with less pain and with a fraction of the effort. Take the emphasis off of having an orgasm and enjoy the ride. The more attention you give to the sensations of pleasure the more pleasure you will feel.

Play a romantic and relaxing music and start with gentle touching or massage as foreplay. Use breathing technique such as Harmony Qi Gong For Women during intercourse can take your stress away, increase lubrication, and realign your endocrine and nervous system to be more adoptable to intercourse without pain.


Natural Solutions
 
There are a number of effective natural treatments for intercourse pain.  A combination of Dong quai, American ginseng, saw palmetto, wild yam, black cohosh, and yohimbe relieves involuntary vaginal reflex and vaginismus and alleviates intercourse pain.  Aloe vera is helpful for infections and is known for its healing effects.  It can be applied topically to relieve itching or taken internally or used in a douche. 
 
Barberry has potent infection-fighting properties. Calendula and vitamin A vaginal suppositories are soothing and healing, while Goldenseal suppositories are useful for all types of infection.  Chamomile has antifungal properties.  Echinacea has antifungal properties and enhances the immune system.  Pau d'arco contains natural antibiotic agents and has a healing effect.


More Tips

  • Avoid scented bath products, such as body washes and shower gels, as they can irritate your genital area and zap your natural lubrication.


  • You can try being on top during sex to minimize pain. Women usually have more control in this position, so you may be able to regulate penetration to a depth that feels good to you.


  • Douche with infusions made from antiseptic herbs such as calendula, garlic, goldenseal, fresh plantain, St. John's wort, or tea tree oil, along with herbs such as comfrey leaves to soothe irritation.


  • Communicate to your partner what feels good and what does not.


  • Longer foreplay can help stimulate your natural lubrication and reduce the pain of penetration or use lots lubricants.

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