The Cause Of Pain During Intercourse?
Hello slm mlm … I’m sorry the question is a bit flgar..that’s why when HB ma husband if his leg is lifted up in the vagina it hurts … thanks🙏
Hello Lifah, thank you for the question.
Pain during intercourse in medical terms is called dyspareunia. Pain in the genital area occurs when going to, moderate, or after sexual intercourse that occurs continuously or repeatedly. This can be caused by certain medical conditions or due to psychological problems. Some things that can cause dyspareuni include.
Injury due to accident, surgery, or after childbirth Not enough lubricant during intercourse Inflammation of the vagina or urinary tract. Congenital abnormalities, such as a vaginal that is not fully formed, or the hymen completely closes suffer from other conditions, such as endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, myoma, and ovarian cysts. Having fear, guilt, or shame related to sex. Stress. Feeling insecure, anxious, even depressed about the appearance or condition of the body. Taking drugs, such as birth control pills. Have a history of crime or sexual violence It is better if handling dyspareunia can be done immediately because it can interfere with sexual activity. Consult an obstetrician if a complaint is disturbing, the doctor will conduct a question and answer, conduct a physical examination, and support examinations if needed, such as blood, urine, ultrasound examination, vaginal fluid culture test, and others. Treatment will be adjusted to the underlying cause, if caused by psychological problems, the doctor may suggest visiting a psychiatrist. However, if caused by a medical condition, treatment will be adjusted to the cause, can be in the form of drugs, surgery, or therapy. Consult further with the doctor. The doctor will determine the right method and adapted to the causes that accompany it. To reduce pain complaints, you should not force yourself and be open to your partner, find a comfortable position, do not rush, and if necessary use lubricants when intercourse.
Thus, hopefully useful.