Pain When Having Sex?
I want to ask. I have been married almost 3 years. For 2 years, my husband did not release sperm in the vagina because I was still in kuah. After 2 years, he started to secrete sperm inside. But as soon as I finished having sex, my uterus stung like a sore from water or acid. What do you think is the cause? I was once a consul to a midwife, she said she just needed to think ‘it doesn’t hurt’. But it still hurts,… Does sperm make the uterus hurt u0026 sore? Thank you
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The pain during intercourse is not actually caused by the sperm, but rather due to the penetration of the penis into the vagina. A penis that is large enough in diameter when erect when inserted into the vagina, which is smaller in diameter, can certainly cause a little discomfort, it can be sore, painful, or other. This discomfort can be felt more intense when ejaculating inside, because during ejaculation the penis will tighten and its diameter will also increase. However, if it's purely due to penile penetration, this discomfort is generally mild and subsides on its own some time after sexual intercourse.
If the complaint feels quite disturbing or lasts for a few days after sexual intercourse, it is possible that the lack of vaginal lubricant production could also be one of the triggers. This condition can occur if sexual intercourse is performed when you are stressed, tired, not passionate, using certain birth control, or experiencing some other medical condition.
In addition, the pain and soreness that you feel after sexual intercourse may also occur due to irritation or infection of the reproductive organs, vaginismus, or also suffering from certain diseases, such as endometriosis, fibroids, hemorrhoids, sexually transmitted diseases, and so on.
It is recommended, if the complaint feels very disturbing, you should immediately consult a doctor for further evaluation. If necessary, the doctor may refer you to a gynecologist for proper treatment.
In the meantime, try to ease your complaint by:
Maintain cleanliness of the vagina and surrounding intimate organs Only have safe and responsible sexual intercourse Perform adequate foreplay before penetration of the penis into the vagina Choose the position and preferred sexual intercourse technique Calm the mind, do not be anxious or afraid if necessary, use additional sexual lubricants
Have sex without pain
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah