What causes vaginal pain during sexual intercourse?


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The main cause of vaginal pain during sexual intercourse is a lack of lubrication.  This can occur if the female isn't sexually aroused, or if she's a little nervous.  There are two easy ways to solve the issue of a lack of lubrication.

  1. Try to help your partner relax.  If she's nervous, she's less likely to become aroused, and this can cause issues with penetration.
  2. There are a number of lubricants available to buy from health stores that will assist with this problem.  Alternatively, you can simply try coconut oil as a lubricant, and therefore avoid the cashier knowing what you're going to be getting up to.

Other potential causes of vaginal pain during sexual intercourse

  • Vaginal infections can lead to pain during intercourse.
  • Vaginismus occurs when the vaginal muscles spasm during intercourse.  This usually happens if the female is worried, and can cause a great deal of pain.
  • Cysts on the ovaries can lead to pain during intercourse.

These are simply a few conditions that could cause vaginal pain during sexual intercourse.  If you don't think a lack of lubrication is the culprit you should seek advice from your doctor, who will be able to tell you exactly what's going on.

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