I believe that every woman can find their own painful intercourse solutions provided they don’t take it for granted that sex is painful after menopause and are willing to explore different solutions to solve the problem.
Solutions for painful sex can be as simple as letting your partner know what pleases you, change of sexual positions and more foreplay.
Let me elaborate on the above:-
Talking It Out
Sometimes men don’t understand why a woman isn’t as aroused as they are and women are shy to talk about it. Learn to communicate with each other. Gals, you should let your partner know how and where you like to be touched.
Guys should learn to be sensitive to their partner’s needs and ask if what you are doing feels good to them or not. Ladies, be honest in your answer. If you are embarrassed to talk, show him how by leading his hand or mouth along.
Focus on foreplay
Usually women take longer to be physically aroused and foreplay can help. Hey, foreplay need not even start in the bedroom!
Start the day by putting on wicked and sexy lingerie underneath your working attire, send erotic messages to each other during the day and capping it off with a romantic dinner are great prelude to a passionate night in bed. By the time you leave the restaurant, your vaginal juices will start flowing.
A well lubricated vagina is one of the best painful intercourse solutions. Why? The uterus is pulled upwards making more room in the vaginal canal, thus reducing the chances the penis will hit the neck of the uterus during deep thrusting.
Changing Sexual Positions
Certain sexual positions can cause some discomfort. Generally, positions that allow a woman to control the pace, e.g. like woman on top tend to be more comfortable for a sufferer of painful intercourse.
Experiment with different positions to see what works best for both of you.
Herbal supplements such as manjakani tonic pills have been the painful intercourse solutions of choice for myself and the customers in my retail outlet in Ipoh.
For the past eleven years, more than 90% of my customers have reported that this manjakani supplement help to ease menopause vaginal dryness, thus eliminating painful intercourse.
As with all herbal supplements, you have to be consistent. Gradually, over a period 3-6 months, your vagina will be able to lubricate naturally. You will be rewarded with more pleasurable sex and a tighter vagina.
If you are not a big fan of pills and prefer instant vaginal lubrication, I would recommend you use Manjakani Vagina Gel. This is one of the best topically applied solutions for painful intercourse that I and my customers have been using.
Just gently massage this lubricating gel in the vaginal opening before intercourse. Besides easing vaginal dryness, you will feel a rush of sensuousness (causing lubrication to flow) and a tightening of the vagina walls within 15 minutes after application.
Natural lubrication and tightening of the vagina will usually be restored through continuous use of the gel for 6 months.
The most effective painful intercourse solution is to supplement with the Manjakani pill and sweep the gel inside the vagina before intercourse.
You need to give at least three weeks for the Manjakani pill to work. Meantime you can apply the vagina gel to relief vaginal dryness and painful sex. Once the pill and gel start to work in synergy, sex is just blissful and spontaneous!
Besides providing the best solution for painful intercourse, the manjakani pill has a host of other benefits as well. Do read about them here.
If your prefer devices to cure painful sex, research shows that vibrators may help to decrease vaginal pain. Look for one designed to stimulate the clitoris.
Choose vibrators which is curved to hug the G-spot and stimulate the clitoris simultaneously. It will have you over the moon!
By adopting one of the above painful intercourse solutions or a combination of them, sex shouldn't be painful at all. Just pure pleasure!
But if penetration still hurts, I suggest you see a gynecologist to determine whether you have vulvodynia - a condition characterized by chronic pain around the vagina opening for which there is no identifiable cause. Your gynecologist can recommend the treatment options available to lessen the pain.