natural treatment for postmenopausal dyspareunia
WHEN SEX GIVES MORE PAIN THAN PLEASURE
Pain during intercourse is a very common symptom in many couples' intimate life and is usually related to a decrease in libido, which can be caused by excessive stress, use of certain medications or conflicts in the relationship.
However, some health problems can also cause pain during intimate contact. Therefore, if it happens frequently or prevents sex, it is important to consult a gynecologist for a woman or urologist for a man. Identify the cause and initiate the appropriate treatment to enjoy the relationship.
Another possible cause of pain during intimate contact is the allergy to chlorine during sex in the hot tub or pool. This is why sex in the water is not recommended!
HERBAL TREATMENT FOR DYSPAREUNIA
This natural treatment that we offer you contains natural anti-depressants, alkaloids and other properties that helps to fight against pain during sex. This herbal tea, is the perfect cure to your unsatisfied sexual relationship, It is reported to be an aphrodisiac, stimulant, mood enhancer, and a tonic as well as sexual stimulant. Be rest assured, it has worked for many. This natural remedy is 100% made from plants. The plants we use have proven to be effective. They even enter into the composition of certain drugs. We offer you a definite advantage: the absence of undesirable effects and contraindications.
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What can decrease the couple's libido?
One of the main causes of pain during intercourse is the decrease in libido, which can affect both elements of the couple and can be caused by:
Excessive Stress: Stress and other negative emotions such as fear or shame can prevent relaxation during intimate contact, demanding difficult arousal and causing pain during intercourse;
- Use of Medications: Some antidepressants and antihypertensive medications can reduce sexual desire and, therefore, affect libido, causing unpleasant intimate contact.
- Marital Problems: Problems in the couple relationship can make erection difficult during intimate contact and cause pain during intercourse. In these cases, it is recommended to consult a general practitioner for drugs likely to hinder intimate contacts, if possible, or to go to a psychologist to eliminate excess stress or to find strategies for resolving the couple's conflicts.
Top 5 main causes of pain during intercourse among women
1. Dyspareunia or vaginismus
Dyspareunia is the intense pain during intimate contact that prevents sex, and vaginismus is the involuntary contraction of the vaginal muscles during intimate contact, which can even make penetration impossible.
How to treat:
The occurrence of such a disorder requires a gynecological examination. After the gynecological examination, you must send us the result. It is based on your results that we propose a product that will correspond to your case. The use of plants to cure dyspareunia very often gives excellent results. So you can have sex again without pain and fear of side effects. Before starting the natural treatment for dyspareunia, it is first important to know the origin of this disorder.
If the pain appears when crossing the vulva, it is a superficial dyspareunia. The origin of this dyspareunia is probably a vaginal mycosis. In contrast, pain in the vagina during intercourse often reflects an organic cause: ovarian cysts, salpingitis, endometriosis.
In other cases, the origin is, as, for vaginismus, sometimes purely psychological. It is:
-Lack of excitement related to your partner's clumsiness or anxiety that leads to vaginal dryness
- brutal penetration attempts
- previous trauma, which may follow a bad first sexual experience or sexual trauma (rape or other).
Some skin conditions, such as contact dermatitis caused by the use of intimate soap or lubricants, can cause injuries in the woman's intimate area, causing itching and pain during intercourse.
How to treat: Avoid using products that may be irritating to the intimate area and consult a dermatologist or gynecologist to begin the appropriate treatment.
3. Sexually transmitted disease
Vaginal infections such as candidiasis or trichomoniasis are a major cause of pain during intercourse. They can usually be accompanied by other symptoms such as vaginal itching, a burning sensation in the intimate area or yellowish discharge.
How to treat: If a vaginal infection is suspected, it is advisable to consult a gynecologist to start antibiotic treatment. Besides, the intimate area should be kept clean and dry, wear loose cotton clothing and avoid intimate contact without a condom.
4. Hormonal changes
Hormonal changes induced by menopause or the use of hormone replacement drugs disrupt estrogen levels in the woman's body, decrease lubrication of the vagina and facilitate the onset of pain during intimate contact.
How to treat: The use of intimate lubricants relieves pain caused by a lack of lubrication. However, it is important to consult the gynecologist if you are postmenopausal to begin appropriate treatment and avoid other discomforts such as hot flashes or palpitations.
The postpartum period can be very uncomfortable for women, especially after a natural birth due to injuries that can appear in the intimate area. Also, postpartum bleeding can last for several weeks, making intimate contact uncomfortable.
How to treat: It is recommended to have sex after 3 weeks postpartum, because the risk of infection is lower and the bleeding less. The woman must decide when she feels most comfortable to have sex again.
Another way to improve sex is to use pompoarism, a technique that improves and enhances sexual pleasure through intimate contact.
Top 5 leading causes of pain during sex among men
1. Erectile dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction is a male sexual disorder that can cause penile deformities in some men and can cause pain during penetration for men and women.
How to treat: A urologist should be consulted in case of problems related to erection. However, to improve results, it is recommended to follow a diet low in fat, sugar and alcohol, these substances can aggravate the problem.
Phimosis is the difficulty of exposing the glans of the penis when the skin covering it is not sufficiently open, which causes intense pain during sexual intercourse. This problem usually tends to disappear until puberty but can persist until adulthood.
How to treat: It is recommended to consult a urologist to assess the problem and to undergo a small surgery to remove excess skin from the penis.
3. Urinary tract infections
Although more common among women, urinary tract infections among men are a major cause of pain in intimate contact, along with other symptoms such as penile itching, burning when urinating or yellow discharge.
How to treat: An urologist should be consulted to start appropriate antibiotic treatment. In addition, good personal hygiene should be maintained, plenty of fluid should be drunk and any intimate contact without a condom should be avoided.
4. Inflammation of the prostate
Inflammation of the prostate is a common problem that can occur during a man's life. In addition to causing pain during intimate contact, especially during ejaculation, it can also cause burning when urinating.
How to treat: It is advisable to consult your urologist to start antibiotic treatment. However, during treatment, good advice is to take a hot shower or sitz bath to relieve pain during sex.
5. Sexually transmitted diseases
Sexually transmitted diseases, such as genital herpes and gonorrhea, can cause acute pain during sexual intercourse and other symptoms such as penile spots, discharge from the urethra and redness.
How to treat: You must consult your urologist to correctly identify the problem and start the appropriate treatment. Besides, it is important to avoid any type of sexual contact, even with a condom.
Infection with the bacterium Mycoplasma genitalium is an example of a sexually transmitted disease that causes pain during urination and intimate contact.
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