Over time, experiencing discomfort during intercourse can take a physical and emotional toll on a relationship. Couples should consider consulting a female health professional and gynecological services to help uncover the cause of their pain during intercourse.
For some, their condition may be brought on by an infection or lack of lubrication. For others, painful intercourse might point toward a number of less common culprits such as endometriosis, uterine dysfunction, or sexually transmitted diseases.
If intercourse continues to be painful even after the use of lubricant, it is recommended that you contact our office to schedule an appointment with one of our specialists to discuss potential causes and treatments.