Solutions To Painful Intercourse as a Cause of Sexual Frustration Amongst Couples.

SOLUTIONS TO PAINFUL INTERCOURSE AS A CAUSE OF SEXUAL FRUSTRATION AMONGST COUPLES.

BY: www.loveclinictower.com
AKINDELE VICTOR.

My opinion poll I sent personally to some women on WhatsApp and face book to sample women opinions on this issue had only two responses out of over ten women sampled.

Whenever it comes to issues of sex in marriage, many people (including couples) shy away from the topic. The fact remains that we can not deny its consequences on marriages most especially among believers. Devil is robbing homes of that joy which God gave freely to couples and consequently wrecking homes today.

Our primary motive is to identity the problems and provide solutions. I know that this article will bring healing physically, emotionally and spiritually to many homes in Jesus name.

Just take your time to follow me as I take my time to give this issue an in depth treatment.

IN PART ONE I IDENTIFIED SIN AS THE CAUSE OF SEXUAL FRUSTRATION IN MARRIAGES. If you missed that please locate part one.

This may not address your case, but do not worry just take your time and follow me step by step.

I identified SIN as the first cause for sexual frustration in marriage, if you have gone through part one of this article, number 3, 4 and 5 will explain consequences of premarital sex and masturbation on sexual performance in marriage, it is very devastating. When a women is not efficiently satisfied by her husband, chances are that she will avoid sex at all cost. She will give many excuses to avoid it. Also men who are used to self gratification may not think so much about satisfying their wife. Please act of masturbation must stop immediately.
Please, see part one to know the devastating effect on your marriage.

PAINFUL INTERCOURSE AS A CAUSE OF SEXUAL FRUSTRATION AMONGST COUPLES.

In this part two, I will address another issue that could cause a scenario described above why a woman may avoid sex in marriage including a man – which is sickness. I will discuss painful intercourse as a reason why a wife may avoid sexual relationship with her husband, causes and solutions.

Sexual intimacy is meant to be an enjoyable experience that draws you and your partner closer. But when sex becomes painful, you may find yourself doing anything and everything just to avoid it.

According to WHPP, New Jersey, intercourse pain, or dyspareunia, can cause problems in a couple’s sexual relationship. In addition to the physically painful sex, there is also the possibility of negative emotional effects. So the problem should be addressed as soon as it arises.

Pain during intercourse (dyspareunia) is pain or discomfort in a woman’s labial, vaginal, or pelvic areas during or immediately following sexual intercourse.

Many women experience some pain during their first episode of vaginal sexual intercourse.
The number of women who experience pain during intercourse is unknown because the symptoms vary. Also, both doctors and women fail to freely discuss sexual practices.

Recent studies suggest that more than many women report current or previous episodes of pain during sexual relations.
Fewer than half of these women discussed this pain with their doctors.

While there’s no doubt that painful intercourse can have a major impact on your life and your relationship with your partner, it’s nothing to agonize over or feel embarrassed about. This fairly common problem — three in four women experience pain during sex at some point in their lives — can usually be resolved with the right approach.

WHPP, New Jersey, have identified the following as a signs and symptoms of dyspareunia
Dyspareunia, or frequent pain during intercourse, involves feeling pain at any point just before, during, or following sex. This pain may affect part of your vagina, or you may feel it in your pelvic region, lower back, uterus, or bladder.

Some women feel pain only during sexual penetration, while others feel discomfort even when using tampons. You may experience deep pain with each thrust, or your pain may slowly emerge following normal sex. Some women continue to feel throbbing or burning pain long after intercourse.

What Causes Painful Sex in Women?
In many cases, a woman can experience painful sex if there is not sufficient vaginal lubrication. When this occurs, the pain can be resolved if the female becomes more relaxed, if the amount of foreplay is increased, or if the couple uses a sexual lubricant.

What Are the Symptoms of Painful Intercourse (Sex)?
Symptoms of pain related to sexual intercourse can occur when entry is attempted or during and/or immediately following sexual intercourse.

The most common symptom is pain on entry (intromission). The pain may be described as sharp or burning.

The second most common symptom is deep pain.

Other symptoms include feelings of muscle spasms, pelvic cramping, or muscle tightness.

Pain during intercourse may be described as primary or secondary; as complete or situational; and as superficial-entrance or deep thrust types.

Primary pain with intercourse is pain that has existed for the woman’s entire sexual lifetime.

Secondary pain develops after a symptom-free period of time.

Complete pain means the woman experiences pain in all times during intercourse.

Situational pain occurs with a particular partner or a certain type of stimulation.

Superficial-entrance pain is noticeable at penetration.

Deep thrust pain is located at the cervix or in the lower abdominal area and is noticeable during or after penetration.

A woman may perceive pain during intercourse even without any physical cause. Sexual pain without an apparent physical cause may have a psychological origin.

In some cases, a woman can experience painful sex if one of the following conditions is present:

Vaginismus. This is a common condition. It involves an
involuntary spasm in the vaginal muscles,
sometimes caused by fear of being hurt.

Vaginal infections. These conditions are common and include
yeast infections.

Problems with the cervix (opening to the uterus). In this case,
the penis can reach the cervix at maximum
penetration. So problems with the cervix (such as
infections) can cause pain during deep penetration.

Problems with the uterus. These problems may include fibroids
that can cause deep intercourse pain.

Endometriosis. This is a condition in which the tissue similar to
that which lines the uterus grows outside the uterus.

Problems with the ovaries. Problems might include cysts on the
ovaries.

Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). With PID, the tissues deep
inside become badly inflamed and the pressure of
intercourse causes deep pain.

Ectopic pregnancy. This is a pregnancy in which a fertilized egg
develops outside the uterus.

Menopause. With menopause, the vaginal lining can lose its
normal moisture and become dry.

Intercourse too soon after surgery or childbirth.

Sexually transmitted diseases. These may include genital warts,
herpes sores, or other STDs.

Injury to the vulva or vagina. These injuries may include a tear
from childbirth or from a cut (episiotomy) made in the
area of skin between the vagina and anus during labor.

Vulvodynia. This refers to chronic pain that affects a woman’s
external sexual organs — collectively called the vulva
— including the labia, clitoris, and vaginal opening. It
may occur in just one spot, or affect different areas
from one time to the next. Doctors don’t know what
causes it, and there is no known cure. But self-care
combined with medical treatments can help bring
relief.

ANOTHER POSSIBLE CAUSES OF PAINFUL INTERCOURSE:
Pain during sex happens to women for many different reasons:

1). including physical problems,
2). gynecological conditions,
3).and emotional issues.

Emotions that inhibit arousal and interfere with lubrication can make intercourse painful, especially if those emotions make it difficult to relax.
Shyness,
embarrassment,
sexual anxiety,
and a lack of body confidence are just a few causes of emotions that might get in the way of a normal physical response.

Shifting hormones:
is another thing that can disrupt your body’s sexual response and make intercourse uncomfortable. Low estrogen levels mean that women are more likely to experience vaginal dryness — and painful intercourse — as they approach menopause, but menopause isn’t the only time a woman’s estrogen levels might decline.

Some women experience vaginal dryness and painful intercourse following childbirth, as their hormone levels slowly recover; breastfeeding mothers may experience similar symptoms for as long as they continue to nurse. Receiving treatment for breast or ovarian cancer also can affect estrogen levels and lead to painful sex.

Other possible causes of discomfort during intercourse include pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, nerve damage, perineum trauma, and vaginismus — or the involuntary tightening of vaginal muscles during sex.

TREATMENT FOR A PAINFUL SEX IN WOMEN

Some treatments for painful sex in women do not require medical treatment. For example, painful sex after pregnancy can be addressed by waiting at least six weeks after childbirth before having intercourse. Make sure to practice gentleness and patience. In cases in which there is vaginal dryness or a lack of lubrication, try water-based lubricants.

Some treatments for female sexual pain do require a doctor’s care. If vaginal dryness is due to menopause, ask a health care professional about estrogen creams or other prescription medications. Other causes of painful intercourse may also require prescription drugs.

For cases of sexual pain in which there is no underlying medical cause, sexual therapy might be helpful. Some individuals may need to resolve issues such as guilt, inner conflicts regarding sex, or feelings regarding past abuse.

Call a doctor if there are symptoms such as bleeding, genital lesions, irregular periods, vaginal discharge, or involuntary vaginal muscle contractions. Ask for a referral to a certified sex counselor if there are other concerns that need to be addressed.

What Natural or Home Remedies Help Relieve Painful Intercourse (Sex)?
Applying lubricating gels to the outer sexual organs, the vulva and labia, as well as using lubricating products in the vagina may be helpful to some women and ease pain during intercourse.

When to Seek Medical Care for Painful Intercourse (Sex)
A woman should always consult a health care professional if she is experiencing new or worsening pain, bleeding, or discharge following intercourse.

Pain related to intercourse is a condition most appropriately checked by a primary health care professional or a women’s health specialist (gynecologist). Other specialists, such as a psychiatrist, psychologist or a urologist, may also be consulted depending on the underlying cause.

Pain during intercourse is generally not an emergency. A woman should seek care in a hospital’s emergency department if she experiences any of the above symptoms.

You don’t have to live with sexual pain — find out what you can do today.

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