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painful sex

Our new episode of "Life After Birth" gets real about postpartum lovin'.
It's only a problem if you think it is.
It's common. It's painful. But there are ways to cope.
But you're also keeping babies alive, so don't put too much pressure on yourself.
It doesn't have to be this way.
How to enjoy an extra large package.
Size isn't everything.
He might be an astrophysicist and cosmologist, but he's no biologist.
It can be a tough conversation to start. Often when patients raise the issue, "it" has been going on for a while. I'm talking about painful sex. Painful intercourse may be a sign of a gynaecological problem, such as ovarian cysts or endometriosis; but problems with sexual response, such as a lack of desire or a lack of sexual arousal, may also be the cause.