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6 Common Injuries That Can Happen During S3x And How to Treat Them.
I’m sure we’ve all heard that s3x is a great form of exercise or workout. Frankly, whoever said this wasn’t joking. Apparently, though, the accuracy of their analogy doesn’t just stop at the surface. It applies wholly to the athletic comparison, including injuries and everything related to it. With that being said, here are 6 common injuries that can occur during s3x and how to treat them.
Injuries That Can Happen During S3x
1. MUSCLE CRAMP
Again, having s3x is a great form of cardio and just like any other workout, it can lead to some seriously unwanted performance-limiting injuries. With that being said, muscle cramps in the calves and thighs are extremely common. They can really happen to any muscle in the body, though. To get rid of this problem, walk around, stretch it out, and if necessary, take a painkiller such as Ibuprofen.
2. SORE NIPPLES
Sometimes body friction or s3xual activity that involves playing with the nipples can lead to soreness. This pain often goes away on its own after a few days, but if you would like to speed the recovery along, try using some moisturizer and nipple covers to keep friction against your bra to a minimum.
3. PAIN IN PUBIC AREA
If you are experiencing pain around your pubic area after s3x, you could potentially have a urinary tract infection (UTI). What you’re feeling is inflammation as a result of the infection. To avoid this condition in the future, be sure to urinate after every orgasm or s3xual encounter you have.
4. VAG!NAL TEARING
This painful injury usually causes bleeding, and in some cases, infection. A poorly lubricated, inelastic vagina can become very sensitive to surface cuts and can experience tears and abrasions because of this. On the bright side, these cuts usually heal very quickly — sometimes even within hours after s3x. If a day or two passes and your bleeding doesn’t stop, check in with your doctor.
5. SORE VAG!NA
This is one of the most common injuries after s3x. To treat it, take a painkiller such as ibuprofen (Advil). Alternatively, soak in a lukewarm bath to ease the pain. In the future, try and figure out if the way you are having s3x is what causes the soreness. Are you being too rough? Is thrusting too rapid? Are you not using enough lube? Talk to and change things around with your partner to figure out the safest option for you.
6. ANAL TEAR
These kinds of tears, like vaginal tears, tend to happen when there is not enough lubrication during anal s3x. The anu$ does not self-lubricate like the vag!na does, so using artificial lube is particularly important for this activity. Your injury should heal within a couple of days, but if it doesn’t, or if you notice excessive bleeding or feel a lot of pain, you should see your doctor. Also, the anu$ is exposed to more harmful bacteria than the vag!na is, which is why it is important to see a specialist if you sense that something is wrong.
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