Pelvic Disorders That Cause Painful Sex in Women

Painful Sex

A number of pelvic disorders in women can cause painful sex (intercourse), and thus decrease sexual satisfaction, for example, vaginal dryness caused by insufficient stimulation (the most common reason), conditions like perimenopause and hormone imbalances; or medications. Vaginal dryness can inhibit sexual arousal or make intercourse uncomfortable.

Obstructions or anatomical changes, for example, endometriosis, pelvic mass, ovarian cyst, surgical scars.

STDs like Gonorrhea, herpes, genital warts, chlamydia, and syphilis are infectious diseases spread by sexual contact. They can cause changes in the genitals that make sex uncomfortable or even painful.
If you continually experiencing painful sexual intercourse please consult a doctor
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