5 Reasons Your Vjay Feels Sore after S-E-X and What to Do About It
Contrary to what Ariana Grande’s “Side to Side” might have you believe, s-e-x isn’t supposed to be so painful that you’re walking’ side to side. While many people enjoy rough s,.ex that causes some level of discomfort, under most circumstances, your vagina isn’t supposed to hurt during or after intercourse. So if an intense romp has you waddling (let’s be real, that’s the accurate and extremely uns-e,xy way to describe what Grande is talking about), you should probably have a conversation with your partner or your gynecologist (or both, TBH).
That said, sometimes s-e,x does hurt. Sometimes the intercourse you’re having is painful, and sometimes your vagina is sore afterward. If that happens, that doesn’t mean you need to feel ashamed or dysfunctional. It also doesn’t mean you have to put up with painful s-e,x for the rest of your life. There are plenty of reasons why you might be experiencing pain or soreness after intercourse, and six of the most common culprits are explained below.
If you take nothing else away from this article, remember this: If intercourse is hurting you, talk to your gynecologist. Work with your doctor to find out why, because intercourse should feel comfortable, pleasurable, and pain-free. (Don’t force yourself to put up with anything less!) This article is a great starting point that can help you understand what might be going on, but it should never replace an honest conversation with a specialist.
1-There wasn’t enough lubrication.
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