Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Common Sex Injuries in Women

Having a healthy sex life should be one of the top priorities to every individual. However, there are situations when things can go in unwanted directions during sexual intercourse and as a result of that people can experience injuries. Men should take proper penis care during, before and after sexual intercourses, but they should also take their partner’s health into consideration too. In this article we will display a few common sex injuries in women and how to stay safe from them.

Stuck condom
Have you lost a condom during sex? If the answer is yes and you can’t find it, then it’s definitely stuck inside your partner. It’s good to know that you may be able to remove the condom on your own and the best way to do this is to do it right after sex before the vagina returns to its natural state. However, there are situations when you will need medical assistance.

There are many different reasons that lead to a situation like this. For instance, some condoms have too much lubrication inside them. If you notice something like this, don’t add extra lube. In addition, you may be using a condom that doesn’t fit your penis even it's in hard erection(too big condom). Finally, this is a common occurrence in situations when women’s vaginas are too dry. The friction caused by a dry vagina can pull off the condom. So, try to spend more time on foreplay and make sure that your partner is wet down there.

Tearing
Vaginal tearing is a very common injury in women caused by sexual activity. The vagina has a very soft and delicate skin, especially in the opening. That’s why it can easily tear and eventually start bleeding. The pain caused by this problem is felt for a couple of days. The most common cause of vaginal tearing is inadequate lubrication. In order to lower the chances of injuring your partner in this way, you should never slide your penis or some sex toy inside the vagina before you are sure that your partner is aroused and wet. You can also use a commercial product to achieve this effect. Don’t forget that long and rough sex can lead to vaginal tearing too.

Yeast infection
Yeast infection caused by sexual activity is not uncommon in modern women. This is especially true for women that have saliva in this area. In other words, the saliva on the penis after oral sex can lead to this infection. In order to prevent this problem, just wipe the penis after oral sex.

Muscle strain
Muscle strains can occur while having sex in literally any position. Of course, different sex positions lead to different types of muscle strains. Try a few positions and find the one that is most comfortable for you and your muscles. Of course, there are women who don’t want to give up on their favorite position even if it means that they will experience muscle strain.

Hopefully, these tips will help you prevent sex injuries.