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Why You Feel So Sore After Sex Sometimes
Is it normal for your legs to ache after sex? – Pune Mirror
Yesterday, you thought your morning romp was of the hurts-so-good variety. But today, it just plain hurts. What gives? Changes in partner, position, and products—as well as those related to aging—can lead to some post-coital soreness, says Isa Herrera , a physical therapist in New York City who specializes in integrative pelvic floor therapies for women. Because, as Herrera says, "you should never give up on sex. Here's how to determine what may be ailing you, and how to fix it or prevent it next time.
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Why do I get leg pain after sex?
We've all been there. You just had amazing sex and you're cuddling with your partner when you start to feel cramps or pain you haven't felt before. It takes the mood right out from under you and you find yourself on Google desperately wondering what it could be.
Sex shouldn't be painful, but in some cases, you may start to feel sore a few minutes or even a couple days afterward. There are many reasons why you might feel sore after sex — some may be easy fixes, like using more lube, while others may be more serious, like a sexually transmitted infection STI. Many times, your vagina won't produce enough lubrication on its own to make sex go smoothly. Sex involves a lot of friction, and if your vagina is too dry, your vaginal walls can become irritated and painful. Applying lube before starting sex and reapplying it whenever you feel dry can help cut down on friction and keep sex pain-free.