If you don’t have an orgasm during sex, you may be in great danger!

Most recently from jenata. we shared with you a shocking revelation by a gynecologist who busted things related to the mythical G-spot and the female orgasm. Before that, from jenata. we told you that A woman’s vagina changes over the years. Let’s not forget that from jenata. we told you and the whole truth about female orgasms and what ladies feel during and after sex. In addition, from jenata. we also shared with you how men feel the private parts of different women during intercourse.

Now from jenata. again we will talk about sex and orgasms, but from an unpleasant point of view.

Well, it turns out that if we can’t have an orgasm during sex, there are logical health reasons for that. And more precisely – five reasons.

So – there is no woman or man who does not want to experience ultimate pleasure during sex. Unfortunately, this is not always achievable. Sometimes we’re tired, other times we’re just not in the mood. If these are the reasons, fine, but be careful, because the lack of orgasm can also be due to five serious health problems.

Check them out and if you think they apply to you, definitely take some action!

1. Pain due to endometriosis or inflammation

There are a number of reasons why women do not enjoy sex, with one of the biggest reasons being pain from sex. We often hear about weak pelvic floor muscles and subsequent problems with bladder control, but in the case of painful intercourse, the pelvic floor muscles become too tight.

This is the case for many women who have endometriosis as chronic inflammation, stress and pain can cause them to strain their pelvic floor muscles.

Beyond that, the presence of endometriosis behind the uterus in a place known as the “pause of Douglas” can also cause deep pain during sex.

2. Hormonal changes

Intercourse can also be painful if the body is struggling with hormonal changes. This can happen often in the early postpartum period or in the lead up to and during menopause.

During these times, estrogen can cause the walls of the vagina to become thinner and drier, leading to more discomfort during sex.

3. Traumatic birth

Although most women who have given birth know that it is good to wait at least six weeks after giving birth before having sex, there are those who even after that (for months) cannot experience pleasure during sex.

If a woman has had a traumatic birth, especially if she has suffered a tear or vaginal tear, the presence of scars can cause more pain. This can cause further strain on the pelvic floor muscles, which can lead to more pain.

4. Pelvic organ prolapse

Women may also experience pain during intercourse if they have pelvic organ prolapse. If the uterus and cervix fall low, then the moment when the male member penetrates the vagina can be really sensitive and painful.

5. Lack of sexual stimulation

Finally, lack of sexual stimulation can lead to painful sex. The female arousal system requires about 45 minutes to reach full arousal.

Only after this time, the pelvic muscles relax, the uterus and cervix move up, there is increased lubrication at the entrance to the vagina, which is better lengthened and expanded.

In most cases, foreplay that lasted less than 20 minutes was a recipe for pain and discomfort. / jenata.

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