Taking The Ouch Out Of Sex

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A health expert gives a few pointers on how to ease intercourse pain and increase pleasure.

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Experiencing pain during sex may be a medical problem, but it shouldn't stop anyone from having a healthy sex life. In fact, dyspareunia—or painful sexual intercourse—affects up to 50 percent of women. Luckily for us, there are a couple ways to solve this problem and transform your next sexual encounter into the fun and exciting experience it should be. Dr. Brooke Bennis of Health Guru gives pointers on what to use and what to do before and after painful intercourse.

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