This is the first in a three part series on how to deal with painful sex.
Nearly every woman feels pain at some point, in some circumstance in her life, during intercourse. We’ve all let out an ‘Ouch!’, delivered with an accusing glare, if our partners thrust a little too deeply, hitting the cervix.
That’s easily fixed by changing position and shallower thrusting.
Constant, persistent pain is something completely different.
Pay attention to it. Never ignore pain anywhere in your body.
I’m one of the many women who associate pain with sex: it’s better now but intercourse will never be as comfortable as it used to be.
For me, it’s a boring age-related thing. But there are many other reasons why sex can hurt.