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The Pain of Intercourse and Menstrual Cramps is a Double-Whammy That’s Finally Gotten the Best of Her

Like clockwork, she experiences severe menstrual cramps each month that leave her unable to perform routine activities. She’s learned to live with the pain, but she cannot manage her husband. He becomes irate each time the cramps come on because he wants sex. She’s willing to make him happy but needs something to ease the pain so she can endure intercourse.
Case #: 1126
Concern:

I hate the 12th, 13th and 14th of every month. Around the 11th day of the month, I notice sharp pains assail my midsection. I know that when I experience the pain, the lining of my uterus is shedding. For day 12 thru 14, I tend to experience intense menstrual cramps that prevent me from working or performing activities. And while I can handle the pain, my husband cannot endure not having sex. He complains. He moans. He even gets angry at me. And as much as I enjoy having sex with him, I cannot take the pain felt of sex and cramping. So being the good wife that I am, what can I do to appease him during my troubling times?
Discussion:

When you’re gripped by the gut-wrenching pain of menstrual cramps, the last thing in the world you want to think about is sex. After all, it’s hard to feel aroused when the bottom half of your body is under assault by hormones, neurotransmitters and chemical compounds. Fortunately, you’re not alone; many women recognize menstrual cramps as one of the foremost symptoms of PMS. Some cramps are tolerable and yield more discomfort than pain. Others, like those you routinely experience, interfere with normal lifestyle functions by forcing you to stay in bed.
Explaining Menstrual Cramps

Cramps are caused by shedding of the uterus lining. That lining is in place to nourish a fertilized egg during pregnancy. When pregnancy doesn’t occur, hormones stimulate the uterus’s muscles to contract just before the onset of menstruation. Those contractions restrict blood flow to the endometrium, and without oxygen the tissues die. The uterus then continues to contract to expel dead tissues out of the body in preparation for the next lining.
This entire process would be painless if not for prostaglandins. Your body releases these compounds during the breakdown of your old uterine lining because they prompt uterine contractions. Women with the highest levels of prostaglandins experience the most crippling pain. It’s likely that you fall into this category, which explains why your cramps are so severe.
Menstrual cramps can also be exacerbated by lack of exercise and emotional stress. The pressure you feel from your husband to engage in intercourse even when you feel your worst is probably adding to your cramps. Talk to him about this so he understands you need his support during your period; that will help alleviate some of the pain you’re experiencing.
Sex and Menstruation

Although it might be hard to believe, having sex during your period can be beneficial. Your nether regions are not the only body parts that respond during orgasm - your brain does as well. The pituitary gland releases natural, pain-fighting chemicals like oxytocin that can stop cramps. This means each orgasm serves to stimulate the body’s own painkillers.
Another important brain chemical, dopamine, is also released during orgasm. This highly complex substance is involved with many different functions in the body. As its most basic level, dopamine ignites the pleasure center of the brain. It helps a person anticipate reward, and its release stimulates a sense of happiness well-being.
Sex comes with other benefits as well, including stress relief – which was already mentioned as a way to reduce cramps – and enhanced immunity. It also strengthens pelvic muscles to improve posture and reveal tighter abdominal muscles. Sex can also make you feel more connected to your husband, which would likely be a comfort during those moments of intense pain.
Enjoy Sex without Cramps

You know sex can help alleviate your cramps, and your husband wants to engage even when you’re on your period, so you definitely have a willing partner. The goal now is to help you enjoy sex despite menstrual pain. You need an herbal PMS formula designed to specifically reduce cramps. (TRY: Herbal Menstrual Cramps Relief Formula) Ingredients like Chasteberry and Dong Quai diminish the physical effects of PMS. Without the severe pain you’ve come to expect, you’ll be able to reach orgasm and stimulate your body’s release of natural painkillers.
You can also make small lifestyle changes that will ease your pain. Reduce stress, eat a well-balanced diet and engage in regular exercise. In no time at all, your husband will be singing your praises as you learn to enjoy every day of the month, even the 12th, 13th and 14th days.

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Menstrual Cramps Relief Solution

Menstrual Cramps are most commonly the result of high levels of prostaglandins, a type of inflammatory chemical produced in the uterus. Of the many different types of prostaglanids, PGE1 and PGE3 decrease the inflammatory responses to menstrual...

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