How to Deal With 6 Common S3X Injuries

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For when love really does hurt…you know, literally.

How to Deal With 6 Common S3X Injuries

We all agree that sex is about one of the greatest things known to mankind. However, although it is mostly amazing, definitely there are occasional problems involved. And we’re not just talking about a clumsy slip-up-injuries can and do occur. We checked in with some senior gynecologists to know what sex-related injuries are the most common and how to deal with them would they happen to you. (Step One: Do not panic.)

Vaginal Tearing
This is perhaps the most common around sexual injury. You know when you’re bleeding happened down there after work, or just really, really hurts.
The solution: The reason tearing happens is you’re too dry down there, ie, the solution is quite simple: Make sure you are lubricated enough before you enter. “This may mean going slower during sex, or simply using lubricant,” says Debby Herbenick, Ph.D., research scientist at Indiana University and author of Sex Made Easy. If you do all this and still experiencing watery regular, consult your doctor, who may prescribe certain antibiotics. If it’s just a one time thing, wait it out. “Most vaginal tears are small and heal themselves,” says Herbenick. “But if a court is larger or bleeding continues, contact a health professional.”

Something stuck … Up There
Yes. We’re about to get graphic. “Foreign objects” The two most common gynos meeting forget buffers (hey, it happens), and lost condoms. And yes, gynos actually refer to them as “foreign objects”. Now you know.
The solution: Start by taking a deep breath and not freaking out; these things happen and you can totally get the thing out. “The best course of action is to wait 10 or 15 minutes after having sex,” says Herbenick. That’s how long it takes for your vagina to return to normal, unaroused size and is much easier to get there in their normal than it is when everything is sex congested state. Then just take a deep breath, relax, and put two fingers to try to remove it. If you can not, call your doctor as soon as possible and you can fish out for you.

Carpet Burn
You are going to be adventurous and not just the mattress sticking! Seriously, applause. However, this hot movement can cause painful burns carpet due to friction (#BedroomBattleWounds).
The solution: wash off with cold water and antibacterial soap area, advises Jennifer Wider, MD, a specialist in women’s health. If the skin is broken reality, as in, there is a physical giant cut instead of just flushing, then clean with antiseptic and antibacterial cream applied before putting a bandage on top. Of course, the best advice is to go to preventive strike and took a soft shot down if you are having sex in a rough surface. Just make sure it is one of their blankets backup, because things could get a little, well, you know.

Back injury
We are not a good move to demolish sex, as reverse cowgirl or anything else. But unfortunately, those who “did what?!” skills can also wreak havoc on your back.
The solution: applauded for being a basketball player as a bedroom. I done? Well, now time for damage control. “Put an ice pack on the lower back to relieve inflammation. Then, once the swelling subsides, use a heating pad to soothe your muscles” Great advised. Finally, pop an ibuprofen and rest for a couple of hours.

Yeast infection
Most women who get yeast infections sex get any of receiving oral sex, or having sex with a man who has a little saliva on his penis (ie, having spent upon him) said Herbenick.
The solution: “Start by making sure that your penis is clean when you enter,” says Herbenick. If this means having to go to the bathroom after foreplay, then so be it. If you get yeast infections more than four times a year, you may simply be more likely to get that in general, so talk to your gynecologist about it, and she can decide the best course of action.

Urinary Tract Infections
Anyone who has gotten one of them known to be a real pain. Ugh. And unfortunately, you can get to have lots of sex.
The solution: The best thing to do is make sure you are lubricated enough at all times, either by actually using lubrication, or just be sure that your partner does not fit you go too early or too rough. That helps prevent tears or irritation, which make it likely that UTIs. Another key: Pee before and after sex. This also helps prevent urinary tract infection-causing bacteria from sticking around your body. And finally, if you know you are prone to urinary tract infections, cranberry extract taken regularly; maintaining the bacteria from attaching to the bladder walls.



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