Feeling Intense Pain During s*x? Something Isn’t Right

For the average woman, pain during s*x is rather common; and most of the time, it can be fixed by either changing positions or using lubrication during s*x.
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However, if the pain continues or gets worse, it may be a sign that something is wrong internally. For instance, physicians say, deep pain during s*x can be a symptom of endometriosis, while a sudden, sharp pain during s*x could be a ruptured ovarian cyst.
Again, doctors say, fibroid or cervicitis — that is the inflammation of the cervix caused by sexually transmitted disease or other infection can also make s*x painful.
If the pain is more of a burning or stabbing around the opening of the v**ina, it could signal a condition called vulvodynia (a chronic pain syndrome that affects the vulva area and occurs without an identifiable cause.)
If you sense pain during the insertion of man-hood into the v**ina — or if you can’t even tolerate the insertion of anything into the v**ina, it may be due to a condition called vaginismus (a painful spasmodic contraction of the v**ina in response to physical contact or pressure, especially during s*xual intercourse).
Some people experience vaginal swelling, itching, and/or pain after s*x, especially if they use condom. If the pain only lasts for about 36 hours, you might just be allergic to latex.
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If you have a latex allergy, you can use the polyurethane condom as an alternative and avoid this allergic painful reaction.