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The Key to Pleasurable Sex During Menopause

It’s human nature, sex is a part of any successful relationship. There is no better way to show your love and intimacy toward your partner than by spending a romantic night together in bed. However, what happens years down the road, when you’re faced with menopause and the dreaded arrival of dyspareunia? Dyspareunia is the medical term for painful intercourse, something that up to 45% of post-menopausal women experience.

While this may seem like the end of your sex life, it’s important to keep in mind that there are solutions to painful intercourse. Here is what cause dyspareunia and how you can fight back and regain your sex life.

What Causes Dyspareunia?
There are various reasons as to why you may be experiencing painful sex. One of the rarer causes is from STD’s, while other more common causes can be a result of sexual behavior changes, stress, infections and the most common cause, menopause.
Many of these conditions will take a toll on vaginal moisture, leading to vaginal dryness. The loss of moisture can also be accompanied by the thinning of the vaginal walls — this however, is more common during menopause.

Getting Your Sex Life Back
There’s no reason to let painful intercourse put a damper on your love life. If you’re experiencing vaginal dryness due to menopause, Femininity™ is the way to go. Our all natural “little red pill” helps you regain moisture, making sure you can get back into the games.

However, if you feel like your dryness is due to something more serious or Femininity™ isn’t helping, there is no shame in seeking help from a professional. Often times, you may be experiencing a mild infection — your local doctor can give you some antibiotics to help combat infection.

While it may seem bleak, menopause doesn’t have to mean the end of your sex life. With the proper supplements and treatments, even foreplay beforehand, there is always a way to combat dyspareunia and bring pleasure back into the bedroom.

Sources:

Women’s Health: How to Deal with Painful Intercourse


http://www.menopause.org/for-women/sexual-health-menopause-online/sexual-problems-at-midlife/pain-with-penetration
http://www.emedicinehealth.com/pain_during_intercourse/article_em.htm

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