Have you heard of Dyspareunia? It is more common than you think. At some point in their lives, 3 out of 4 women will experience episodes of painful sex. Almost everyone finds it difficult to talk about with their friends, and maybe even their doctors. Whether you have experienced chronic dyspareunia and have gone from one doctor to another, or are simply uncomfortable talking about intercourse, it can be a difficult discussion to have.
How Surgery Can Affect the Sex Life of Females with Cancer
Scar tissue can appear after an injury to the skin or tissue. To protect the fragile area the body ties strong bonds, almost like sewing thread. The area might suffer lack of blood circulation and contain blocked nerves.
Sex is an important part of being in a relationship, but certain types of surgery can cause sexual problems to develop. Managing these issues might involve several different therapies, treatments, or devices, or a combination of them. Counseling can also be helpful.