Painful Coitus or Dyspareunia, A Simple Guide To Causative DiseaseseBook - 2014
Dyspareunia you are what couples hate You cause the pain when they mate Men feel pain with their tight foreskin Women feel pain when the penis tries to get in Sometimes the pain occur when there is a hard hymen To break through, the pain will definitely heighten Remnants of the hymen being stretched also cause pain So does infections of the vulva and Bartholin gland Pelvic inflammatory disease and vaginal infection Thinning of the vaginal wall and poor lubrication Friction and irritation of the vagina will produce pain More lubricants and foreplay will reduce the strain Surgery scar can make the opening too tight and sore Penetration by the penis will be painful and raw What an enjoyable encounter will not be so Sometimes it is better for a couple to forego Remove the pain and enlarge the opening by operation Antibiotics and hormones will reduce the inflammation Vaginal lubricants, pelvic relaxation exercises will facilitate Increased foreplay, gentleness in sex, the couple will be more intimate-An original poem by Kenneth Kee Interesting Tips about the Painful Coitus A Healthy Lifestyle1. Take a well Balanced Diet2. Encourage the couple to add pleasant, sexually exciting experiences to their regular interactions, such as bathing together Moisturizing skin lotion may be recommended as an alternative lubricant Recommending a change in coital position to one admitting less penetration3. Keep bones and body strong Bone marrow produces our blood Eat foods rich in calcium like yogurt, cheese, milk, and dark green vegetables. Eat foods rich in Vitamin D, like eggs, fatty fish, cereal, and fortified milk. Eat food rich in Vitamins B and C such as green vegetables and fruits Zinc and other minerals are important to the body4. Get enough rest and Sleep Avoid stress and tension5. Exercise and stay active. It is best to do weight-bearing exercise such as walking, jogging, stair climbing, dancing, or lifting weights for 21/2 hours a week. One way to do this is to be active 30 minutes a day at least 5 days a week. Begin slowly especially if a person has not been active.6. Do not drink more than 2 alcohol drinks a day for a man or 1 alcohol drink a day for a woman. Alcohol use also increases the chance of falling and breaking a bone. Alcohol can affect the neurons and brain cells. Too much alcohol with smoking can increase sensitivity to painful intercourse.7. Stop or do not begin smoking. It also interferes with blood supply and healing. Smoking reduces the blood flow to the uterus and can increase pain. Chapter 1Dyspareunia Dyspareunia is defined as painful coitus. Dyspareunia (from Greek meaning "badly mated") is pain during or after sexual intercourse due to medical or psychological causes. It can affect men but is more common in women Women with dyspareunia may have pain in the vagina, clitoris or labia. Risk factors It occurs most frequently in:1. Those who are sexually inexperienced (particularly if their partners are also inexperienced)2. Those who are peri- or post-menopausal The causes are often reversible even when long-standing but self-perpetuating pain is a factor after the original cause has been removed. For women causes include:Congenital1. Endometriosis2. Vaginal septa3. Thickened undilatable hymen4. Hypoplasia of the introitus5. Ovarian cysts can cause deep pain Acquired1. Infections candidiasis, chlamydia, trichomoniasis, urinary tract infections, pelvic inflammatory disease2. Vulvar vestibulitis3. Tumors like uterine fibroids can cause deep pain4. Xerosis (dryness, especially after the menopause)5. Interstitial cystitis TABLE OF CONTENTIntroduction Chapter 1 Dyspareunia Chapter 2 Vaginismus Chapter 3 Pelvic Infections Chapter 4 Vulvitis and Vaginitis Chapter 5 Bartholin Cyst and Vulvar Cysts.--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Kenneth Kee, 2014.
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