This can sound paradoxically, but modern statistics clearly show that almost every second woman at least occasionally experiences unpleasant sensations and even pain during intimacy. The worst solution of the problem is to be silent, considering it to be normal.

In fact, pain during intercourse is one of the main signs of problems with women's health and the body in general. You need to deal with this problem, starting with the right regular hygiene of intimate places. Surely you know that you need to take a shower, washing intimate places, two times a day: in the morning and in the evening.

However, not everyone knows that it is not necessary to use a usual soap for this, since it contains alkali and disrupts the natural acidic environment of the intimate zone. The best option is to use specially designed cleansing gels for women's intimate hygiene.

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There are numerous reasons why sex may be uncomfortable for some women, both medical, physiological, and psychogenic, emotional. Let’s look at six most common among all of them:

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#1. Vaginismus. This is a reflex spasm of the muscles of the genital tract, preventing the implementation of sexual intercourse. You can experience this not only during sex, but also applying a tampon. You should visit a doctor.

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#2. Lack of lubrication. This is one of the most common reasons for painful feelings during having sex. You should try an additional lubricant based on water.

#3. Endometriosis. This is a common gynecological disease when endometrial cells (the inner layer of the uterus wall) grow outside this layer. You should consult a doctor.

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#4. Vaginitis. This is inflammation of the vaginal mucosa caused by various bacteria. You should treat it with medication.

#5. Semen allergy. Some women can have allergic reactions on sperm. You should consult a doctor and find out the reason of redness and swelling.

#6. Retroverted Uterus. This is often a genetic problem. You need just to find a comfortable position.

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