Beware of stupid ways to make sex pain protect sexual well-being
According to the latest "Sexuality Survey Report" released by the American Sex Research Institute, nearly 10 million American women are experiencing or experienced sexual intercourse pain, of which 15% are before menopause and 33% are after menopause. It is surprising that when women endure pain, many men do not take it seriously, and even think that sexual intercourse would be painful.
Watch out for the stupid way to make sex pain.
This is a big misunderstanding! Normal sex should not be painful. If sexual behavior hurts her, then she cannot be aroused, which means that the quality of this sexual life will be poor. A two-year study showed that common causes and solutions for sexual intercourse pain in women include the following.
The foreplay is too short. Most women need to warm up for about 30-45 minutes before having sex. If men are eager to "forward" before women are ready, women are likely to feel pain. Men need to be slower, slower, and give her enough time to relax, be aroused, and be prepared to accept. Kissing, hugging, and touching each other's whole body can alleviate her pain.
Too fast and too deep. She has been fully aroused and there are no problems with lubrication, but if the man is too hard, she still feels pain. The vagina is not hollow, but is tightly surrounded by muscle tissue. If it is too rough, these muscle tissues will "struggle to resist" and hurt her. Too much depth can also cause pain. At this point, it is best to let the woman control speed and depth to reduce pain.