Pain during s’εx is a touchy subject for all, but finding the source is important, to get the treatment that you need—and enjoy s’εx again soon!
S’εx is a glorious, beautiful thing. It’s natural and pleasurable. It’s what our bodies are designed for. Yet when it starts to hurt…you’re in for a lot of trouble—if not horror.
Experiencing pain and discomfort during s’εx is one of the most common tell-tale signs that there is something wrong “down there.”
But hold that chastity belt for a minute. Before you panic and tell your friends how your partner gave you an STD, you first need to reflect on where and how you feel the pain. Does it affect one specific area or your whole gεnital area? Is it a burning sensation, a stinging sensation, or a dull ache? Do you have any bleeding during or after s’εx?
It helps to pay attention to your symptoms and your observations. From there, you can have a better idea of what to look out for as we give you the signs that something’s not right when s’εx starts to hurt. We’ve compiled a guide to what could be the problem when it hurts to have s’εx, whether you’re male or female.
Painful s’εx for females
1 Burning and itchiness. This feeling of “burning love” while having intεrcoursε is often accompanied by severe itching and a cottage cheese-like discharge caused by yeast infections. This can cause swelling and pain in your vag!na, making s’εx painful.
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