Women who are in intimate relationships may have difficulty discussing discomfort or pain that may be experienced during intercourse with a partner. It is important to understand why pain is happening.
Pain can occur because of changes to a woman’s body after pregnancy, such as loss of strength in the vaginal muscles. Another possible cause of this kind of pain can be menopause. Major changes in hormone production also can have an effect on the body’s natural production of moisture, which can make intercourse painful. Increased sensitivity of nerve endings in this area of the body can also contribute to pain during sex.
Relationships can be strained for a couple that is unable to have intercourse. Embarrassment about pain during intercourse can lead to a sexual partner simply refusing to have intercourse without discussing what is wrong can lead to less comfort in other aspects of a relationship. It is important to know that there are several ways to have Painful Intercourse Treatment.
Use of lubrication during sexual activity can help improve the quality of intercourse. It can also be beneficial to allow more time for foreplay before intercourse to allow the vaginal area muscles to relax before sex. This also can allow naturally increased moisture in the vaginal area.
Surgery can be done to reconstruct the structures of the vagina. Tightening of the vaginal area can allow moisture to be better retained and improved feeling during intercourse. There is some risk to this type of surgery as nerve endings can become less sensitive and additional surgeries may be needed to further improve results from this treatment.
For a woman who does not want to risk the loss of sexual satisfaction from surgery, another option available is ThermiVa Vaginal Rejuvenation-this is done by using radio waves which cause the internal and external structures of the vaginal to be gently heated.
This heating of vaginal structures stimulates tissue renewal without the risk of surgery or other invasive treatment methods. Discomfort from healing is also avoided with this method of treatment that does not require anesthesia to be done.
To learn more about how Painful Intercourse Treatment can improve intimacy and increase pleasure contact Renew MediSpa of Southern New Hampshire LLC