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Pain with Intercourse

Sexual pain disorders may be primary, which means pain was present at first intercourse, or secondary which means pain developed after previously pain-free intercourse.  Additionally, pain with intercourse may be complete (with each sexual experience) or situational (with some experiences or partners, but not others).  The etiologic spectrum ranges from simple anatomic problems to complex psychosocial/biological issues.  There may be an intricate interaction of anatomical, physiological, and psychological factors that contribute to painful intercourse experience.  If you have questions and/or concerns regarding painful intercourse a discussion and assessment with your healthcare provider is recommended.

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