Our expert says:
Sex should not be painful. Please take your wife for a checkup with her Gyne. It might be a simple solution. Dyspareunia (painful sex) may have many causes, from infection to a condition called Vaginismus, where the outer layer of the pelvic floor muscles go into spasm. Call SA Sexual Haelth Associatio for a referral 0860 100 262
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