Pain During Sex

Vaginal infections. It’s possible that your itching and burning during sex (and while not having it, too) could be the cause of a urinary tract infection, a STI, or a yeast infection. If you think you may have any one of these, talk to a doctor for (most likely) easy treatment.


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  • Nikki

    The second time I ever had sex (with the man who is now my husband, but was my boyfriend at the time), he slipped out, but not all the way out. For a while afterwards, we couldn’t even have sex at all, as the pain of him even attempting to put his penis inside me was just too much. I found that putting a pillow under my lower back and butt and using some lube until my body was used to sex solved the problem. Occasionally I do still have some pain during sex, but that’s mostly from my lack of physical abilities.