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Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Sometimes, the afterglow of an orgasm has the power to drown out all other feelings or sensations going on in your body besides pleasure.
Ever wonder if what you experience between the sheets is "normal"? You're not alone. We've asked the experts for their take on some common sex concerns we've heard from women.
Even though all men are "supposed" to be sexual experts, let's face it: no one is born knowing everything. At some point you need information about the physical problems associated with sexual organs, sexual intercourse and birth control, sexually transmitted diseases STDs and many other issues. To maintain sexual health you need complete and correct information so you can make informed decisions about sex.
In many cases, stomach pain after sex results from gas or deep penetration. Although neither of these conditions are life-threatening, the pain they cause can certainly put a damper on things. Dyspareunia — pain during or after penetrative sex — is common.
But stomach pains or cramps are common in pregnancy and usually nothing to worry about. Mild stomach pain in early pregnancy during the first 12 weeks is usually caused by your womb expanding, the ligaments stretching as your bump grows, hormones constipation or trapped wind. You may also feel light period-like discomfort or cramps at the end of your pregnancy.
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The topic of pain during or after intercourse isn't frequently discussed, despite the fact that it's not uncommon. A British survey that found that roughly 1 in 10 women experiences pain during sex. In particular, many women experience cramping or abdominal pain during or after sex, and so Allure spoke with doctors to about what causes it — and what to do about it. As far as the causes of such pain, Raquel Dardik, a clinical associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at NYU Langone Medical Center, says there are several possible causes.