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Causes of Vaginal Pain During or After Sex

Some women complain that they have pain deep inside the vagina sometime late after having the . The point here to be noted is that the pain starts after the act, not during it. Apart from this, the entire act goes normally.

Many women complain some pain during sex which is usually caused by infection or inflammation in that area. Lack of lubrication or if the muscles of that area contract forcibly, and other underlying problems like endometriosis or ovarian cysts, can be the reasons for pain during the intimate meeting with a man. These are the common causes of pain during this activity. However, when the pain starts much later than the act ends, the causes vary. One of the reasons is the irritation of urethra because of the physical action of the male organ. This cannot be detected through a urine test since no bacteria will be present in urine. In such conditions, the patient is advised to change the position so that less pressure is formed over the vulnerable area, and also to empty the bladder soon after the activity.

To be on the safe side, if urine is analyzed and a high swab test is done, the possibility of any kind of vaginal infection or bacterial cystitis can be ruled out.

Another possibility is sperm allergy. It found in many cases that sperm-allergy irritates a woman’s vagina. Such an allergic reaction naturally occurs after having the . If you doubt so, try to use a condom without spermicidal cream, but if the symptoms persist, consult a doctor. Through a laparoscopy test, the doctor will look into the pelvis to determine the cause.

Vaginal pain is usually caused by infection. In some cases, scar tissue can occur after surgery, trauma, or childbirth. In symptom known as endometriosis, tissue that lines the uterus grows and become painful. Moreover, some cases of pain are noticed due to muscle tension or spasm. Bladder inflammation due to infection or interstitial cystitis also causes the pain. Vaginal dryness is considered among the most common causes of pain during sex. Sometimes latex allergy also causes pain where the condom is held responsible. If none of these is the possible cause of your having the pain, it is highly advisable to contact a gynecologist.

If we keep a close watch on the symptoms and the probable causes, we may find a simple medical treatment that relives the symptoms. Otherwise, a specialized psychotherapist has to address this issue for deeper analysis and treatment. A physical therapist can help when the muscle tension or spasm appears to be the cause of the pain, through gentle massage or other techniques that restore the normal muscle balance. Generally, a multidisciplinary approach becomes necessary to treat the symptoms effectively.

Sometimes pain after sex is also felt around the anus. Pain in some women is caused by the muscular contraction because of lovemaking. In short, whatever the causes are, if you are suffering from pain, during or after the intercourse, it would be wise to approach a gynecologist who will determine the cause and treat the symptoms accordingly.

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