Causes Vaginal Pain During Intercourse After Childbirth.?
It’s been a long time since my wife and I were married. Since giving birth. Until it’s been born. And my child is 8 months old. Just having sex again, but my wife feels sick outside and inside the vagina. Can you tell me what the cause is?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. There are several possible causes of the emergence of pain in the vagina after sexual intercourse, among the most common is the lack of foreplay or foreplay before inserting the penis into the vagina, this can be understood mainly because you and your wife have not been in a relationship for a long time. Lack of heating makes the lack of lubricating fluid released both by the penis and by the vagina, causing friction that feels painful during intercourse.
Another possibility that can also occur is that warming is actually enough, but sexual intercourse is carried out too tight and rough so that the friction exceeds the lubricant produced. In addition, it could also be due to atrophic abnormalities or vaginal muscle wasting, hormonal imbalance, aging, infection, genital irritation, allergies, and psychological factors such as stress, family problems, and lack of sexual arousal.
So with the many possible causes, it is indeed not easy to find out the real reason why your wife feels pain without directly digging history. For that reason, if your wife's complaints persist, or are accompanied by other symptoms such as unusual vaginal discharge, etc., you should immediately take your wife to see a general practitioner. The handling that will be received later depends on the results of the inspection.
In the meantime, try to warm up, make sure both you and your wife are in the mood for sex, and communicate the most comfortable position together. So, hopefully answering your question.