Why You Get So Sore After Sex Sometimes

WOMEN'S HEALTH MAGAZINE | on Mon, Mar 20, 10:23 AM

So what gives? Most people know that vaginal dryness can make for uncomfortable intercourse, but it's also the most common cause of post-sex discomfort. Long or energetic sessions cause more friction if you're not lubed, which can manifest later as soreness (try a warm bath with unscented Epsom salts) or irritation (use a hydrocortisone cream around the vaginal opening for relief ). Related: A Beginner's Guide to Rough Sex[1] Sufficient arousal (extend that foreplay[2]!) can prevent the pain:...

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