Pain After Having Sex?
Hello, I want to ask about the pain in the groin that does not go away for 2 days after intercourse. That’s because of what? And how to treat it? Thank you.
Pain in the groin after having sex can be associated with sexual intercourse itself where sometimes the thighs are in the same position for quite a long time. The position of the thigh can cause muscle fatigue so that the thigh muscles become painful.
Generally the pain will improve on its own with the following tips:
Perform relaxation Muscle stretching Get enough rest and avoid burdening painful legs Change position when having sex when you start feeling uncomfortable If it's been 2 days you can use warm compresses Consumption of pain relievers if necessary Avoid pants that are too tight If the pain does not improve, need to think about Another cause of pain in your groin. Some other possibilities of pain in the groin include a history of injury, a complaint of the skin, tendon inflammation, radiculopathy, inguinal hernia, swollen lymph nodes around the groin, over pain for example due to urinary tract infections, kidney disorders, and appendicitis.
If the pain does not improve after 3 days, you should see a doctor directly so that further tests can be done to ascertain your condition and its causes so that you can be given a more optimal treatment.
Hope it helps you,