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Cramps after sex: Possible causes in men and women
Do you experience stomach pain during or after sex? Although there are some sexual positions that can make discomfort more likely than others, sex should not be painful. Dr Roger Henderson looks at what could be behind your stomach pain during or after sex, and what you should do about it. The term dyspareunia refers to pain occurring during sexual activity when penetration is attempted or takes place. This pain or discomfort can be felt superficially around the entrance to the vagina or deep inside the belly, and can be sharp, cramp-like or burning in nature. Emotion and psychological well-being can also impact on this, causing pelvic muscles to tighten up and so make any discomfort worse. Dyspareunia affects around 7 per cent of sexually active women aged years old but is most common in women aged and
Why many women experience stomach pain after sex? Gynaes tell us!
And it makes intimacy challenging. We totally understand your confusion! But, before you panic, get armed with information! Here are four possible reasons why your stomach hurts after having sex.
Deep penetration is the most likely cause of painful intercourse in females, but it can also be caused by a gynecological condition. Though this article will focus primarily on painful intercourse in females, we know that males can experience abdominal pain during sex, too. Regardless of the cause, painful sex can be treated. Your healthcare provider can recommend therapies to help you get back down to the business of pleasure without the pain.