A question about vaginal pain serious answers only.?
SO I was told by a friend that there is some stuff you can use down there that is kind of a lube but it has a slightly numbing effect and since i have vaginal pain during and up to an hour after sex i would like to know if there is such a thing.
I have talked to a obgyn and there is no reason for my being sore during sex i am just small and sensitive and this is the opinion of more then 3 obgyn’s. also if any one knows in particular what are the names of the lubes i know they are out there but i need a name
also the problem is not stds i have been checked every year for every one you can test for and i have been having sex for over 7 years now so its not a lack of having sex.
oh and its not from lack of forplay or form lack of lube I have tried all of these as suggested by a obgyn believe me i wouldn’t be asking this question if i had not have tried everything i can.
There are various types of lubricant that have what’s called Lidocaine in it. This is a chemical that is a topical numbing agent. It’s like the stuff a dentist rubs on your gums to numb the skin before he gives you the numbing shot for your whole tooth. It’s very mild but it does deaden the skin somewhat for a short amount of time. They put this stuff in lubes for anal sex (because it relaxes the sphincter) and in creams for bikini waxes to take the sting out of hair removal. I would make sure your vaginal pain isn’t caused by anything serous (get evaluated by an OB/Gyn to be sure through a pelvic exam) and that it’s not caused by lack of natural lubrication. Try making sure you have plenty of foreplay and that your nice and lubricated before any penetration starts. There are also tons of diseases and issues that cause pain with intercourse from Endometriosis- Interstitial cystitis- STD’s please see a doc first to rule out any obvious problems. If that’s all good and your fine in that arena perhaps the issue is that you just aren’t used to sex or your partner is well endowed, in this case this lube might help. A good one that i have used is called “Anal-ease” it is made by http://www.adamandeve.com and isn’t to expensive. The only downside to these lubes is if you get them on your clitoris it can numb it as well making it harder to orgasm.
I have a VERY painful hemroid.?
It looks like there are two round lumps under the skin. Also it looks like if it grows a little more it will cover the anus. Hurts VERY bad to sit and at some moments pain while walking. Plan on buying some prep h tomorrow but im wondering if this sounds like i need to see a doc. Just noticed this thing today
There are many specially designed commercial hemroid creams on the market, in the supermarket, that one can try. Anusol, Ziro and Preparation H are apparently good hemroid creams. Bepanthen is one hemroid home remedy I used, as it contained an antiseptic and was soothing.
Zinc Oxide based creams, when applied to the hemroids, can also help with the relief of pain and discomfort.
If the hemroids are really painful, a cream or lotion with tetracaine – an anesthetic – or stramonium may be one of the best over the counter home remedies for hemroids.
in fact, external hemroids have created a whole hemroids home remedy market place, for a multitude of creams and ointments, most of which you can find at your local pharmacy.
Many of them come with a local anesthetic, such as lidocaine or benzocaine, that can provide almost instant relief.
Another common ingredient is hydrocortisone, which is a steroidal anti-inflammatory medication and a powerful hemroids home remedy. This hemroids home remedy does have to be carefully used. While hydrocortisone can provide some immediate and powerful relief from the misery of an external hemroid, if used for a long period of time it will start making the skin and muscle of the anal area thinner, which will contribute to the recurrence of hemroids. Therefore, if you use hydrocortisone, use it briefly when it’ll do the most good, and do not use it as an ongoing medication.
The most common and probably most effective ingredient is a lubricant and moisturizer. Cocoa butter, petroleum jelly, and glycerin compounds are the most popular, but there are many effective creams out there that can be used as a hemroids home remedy.
Creams with calamine, of poison ivy fame, may be some of the most effective as the moisturizer and lubricant is combined with a proven astringent to provide maximum effective relief.
HELP!!!!! My Anus Itches! I’m freaking out and can’t sleep!!?
This is embarassing and gross… but seriously…my asshole itches so f*in bad right now. I don’t know if its a hemeroid or worm or wtf. Alls I know is that the itching is unbearable. All the stores are closed so I can’t go get cream or ointment or wipes or anything. I’m like digging my fingernails into my leg trying to not scratch it. I tried showering again and it did nothing. I’m really freaking out right now.
Does anyone know any descreet home remedies for temporary relief? Like something I could whip up in the kitchen.
Honestly I don’t know wtf to do…I can’t take this anymore. I’m about to jump out of a window it itches so bad.
Hope this helps……
If the hemroids are really painful, a creme or lotion with tetracaine – an anesthetic – or stramonium may be one of the best over the counter home remedies for hemroids.
Many of them come with a local anesthetic, such as lidocaine or benzocaine, that can provide almost instant relief.
3.. Suppositories are also apparently a good hemroid home remedy and get to work really fast
Proctosedyl is a good suppository for hemroids. A suppository is something you insert up the anus. If it contains a pain killer, it will apparently help deaden the pain much faster, as the pain killer is delivered right to the pain spots. If it contains an antibiotic or antiseptic, it will help kill any infection that may be there.
4.. Hemroids home remedies – the oral pain killers
Oral type pain killers, such as those containing paracetamol, can be taken for hemroid pain. Beaware that codeine can cause constipation and it is sensible to avoid codeine oral pain killers when hemroids are present. Also, aspirin type pain killers may worsen hemroid bleeding.
Ibuprofen at an over the counter dose helps immensely as a temporary hemroid treatment.
Acetaminophen is helpful for temporary pain relief, but ibuprofen works on both the pain and the inflammation causing said pain.
Over the counter pain tablets can be an effective temporary hemroids home remedy
5.. Sitz baths are one very popular hemroids home remedy
Sitz baths help to alleviate hemroid symptoms such as inflammation, itching and swelling. This is one of the most popular home remedies for hemroids.
For immediate relief from either internal or external hemroids, many people find warm, plain water baths to be helpful.
Epsom salts in a warm bath is a common variation of a Sitz bath, as is adding certain aromatherapy essential oils to it.
Draw 2 to 3 inches (5 to 8 cm) of water, that is as warm or hot as you can stand it, and sit in it for twenty minutes three times per day.
If you suffer from irritated external hemroids, you may find that adding a bit of oatmeal powder to the bath is soothing, but stay away from harsh cleansers or other additives.
You can also find small sitz baths that fit over the toilet at your local pharmacy, which may make sitz-bath relief more convenient on a daily basis.
Right after the bath, sitting on a towel-wrapped ice pack is often both beneficial and soothing. The alternating of heat and cold gets the blood in the area moving again, which is all to the good when it comes to hemroids.
6.. Appropriate physical care of hemroids is another good home remedy for pain relief and easing discomfort
Another good practice with hemroids, is, if needed, to use mild soap and water to cleanse the area after using the toilet paper, as poo can cause the hemroid area to become inflamed, sore and itchy. A soft cloth with soap and water is much easier on the hemroid than repeated wiping with toilet paper. Anusol Medicated Wipes may also be useful for hemroids.
7.. Appropriate toilet paper is a simple hemroid home remedy
Also, with external or protruding hemroids, a soft toilet paper can be worth it’s weight in gold for preventing and reducing hemroid pain. Cheap, hard toilet paper is likely to upset hemroids pretty badly, particularly if you have to keep wiping the hemroids to get reasonably clean.
Fluids emitted by the intestinal tract in the normal daily course of doing it’s job, which is to break down food, can often be irritating to tender hemroids, so clean gently and well with cool water and plain, hypoallergenic soap at least once per day.
Patting the area clean after bowel movements with pads soaked in witch hazel, cranesbill, aloe vera, or apple vinegar is good both for cleaning and to dry and soothe the area. An alternative to wiping with toilet paper.
8.. Reinsertion is a very effective home remedy for prolapsed hemroids
One can also try to gently push the hemroids back into the anus – if that is where they are coming from – but be careful not to damage them. Once the hemroids are pushed back in, the pain should subside very quickly.
What lubricant is best for anal sex?
I am 17 and me and my girlfriend have been talking about it. We want to know what lub will be the bbest for it.
There are lots of great, different lubes out there, and everybody has their own preferences. The most important things to note about anal lubes are:
* No numbing! Because of the discomfort or pain associated with anal when it’s not performed properly, a lot of anal lubricants boast having some form of topical anesthetic in them (such as lidocaine). This is NOT good. Pain is not a normal part of anal sex- it is your body trying to warn you that you either are doing damage to it, or are about to do damage to it. (Not to mention the general idea that you’re supposed to be doing anal because you want to feel it, right?). If you use numbing lube, you are less likely to realize when something’s going wrong- if you’re numb to a tear in the rectal lining, you are less likely to stop or slow down/ease up, and you put yourself at even more risk of that tear then getting infected, turning into an abscess or even a fistula, etc.. Check the ingredient list and avoid anything with benzocaine or lidocaine.
* Thicker is better. Thin lubes are nice for vaginal sex or for manual stimulation of the vulva or penis, but when it comes to anal, you want something that’s going to stay in place- thicker-bodied lubes tend to do better.
* Make sure it’s latex-compatible. Petroleum/oil-based lubricants will “eat through” condoms, rendering them completely ineffective. Make sure that the lube you’re using is silicone or water-based.
Other than that, just go browse some lube sellers, read reviews, and then take a plunge and try a couple! Some places offer sample size packs of different ones so you can try a few and see which ones you like best.
Hope that helps!
What is the best lube for anal sex. what is the best anal relaxer?
Please, please, please do not use a desensitizing/numbing lubricant like that suggested by the first answerer. These lubes, which contain topical anesthetics like benzocaine or lidocaine, sound like a good idea because they skirt the discomfort that is traditionally associated with anal sex. But in reality, they are very dangerous.
Pain is your body telling you that something is wrong. It is incredibly important that you be able to feel pain when you’re doing anal, because, being an area through which feces routinely passes, even the smallest tear in the thin, delicate lining of the rectum is then prone to infection, which can lead to abcesses, fistulas, and even require surgery if the problem is left untreated. When you are numb down there, you’re more likely to go rougher and end up possibly damaging yourself, and even if you’re gentle, you still may not be aware when something starts to happen. Your body tries to send you the signals that it’s being damaged, but you’re numb from the lube and keep on going happily, not realizing what’s happening.
And then there’s also the simple question of why the hell you’d want to numb yourself during anal sex, instead of being able to feel all the wonderful stimulation and sensations it can bring.
Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, what do I suggest? My personal favorite for anal sex would be Maximus:
It’s nice and thick, lasts a long time, doesn’t get sticky/tacky, is safe for use with condoms, etc., etc..
But really, there are lots of good ones on the market. Just do some shopping around.
And enjoy your anal sex!
Recently, it hurts during and after sex.?
I’ve been having sex for almost 6 years. My current boyfriend and I have been together for almost a year and we have never had a problem.
Lately, during sex whenever he is on top or behind me (both positions we have enjoyed before), it feels like a sharp pain stabbing my stomach. It hurts so bad I cry and after sex it hurts to go to the bathroom, lay on my butt or even move sometimes. This is regular vaginal intercourse, not anal.
I’m not sure if I should go to the doctor or wait it out or what it could be.
Thanks, I’m making an appointment with my doctor, I guess I was just hoping it might be something less serious.
I don’t know if it makes a difference, but it doesn’t hurt when I’m on top? I guess because I can control the depth then?
Painful Sex: Causes and Solutions 1-3
1. How it hurts: You feel a sharp, stabbing pain on one side of your pelvis during deep penetration. You may also feel a dull ache during your period.
The possible cause: An ovarian cyst — a fluid-filled growth that affects about 30 percent of premenopausal women.
What to do: Most cysts are harmless and disappear by themselves within two or three menstrual cycles, says Canavan. Your doctor will probably do an ultrasound to confirm the diagnosis and ask you to check back two months later if sex still hurts. In the meantime, take 400 mg of ibuprofen one hour before intercourse to relieve discomfort and try having sex with you on top, a position that allows you to control the depth of penetration.
2. How it hurts: Your genitals feel itchy, irritated and sensitive, especially to the touch. After intercourse, your vagina looks red and inflamed, and feels as if it’s on fire.
The possible cause: A yeast infection, which triggers pain during sex in about a quarter of sufferers. Don’t wait until you see the telltale cottage-cheese-like discharge before seeking help. “It’s a myth that this discharge always accompanies a yeast infection,” says Elizabeth G. Stewart, M.D., an ob/gyn and coauthor of The V Book. “Sometimes pain is your only clue.” Other possible culprits: feminine hygiene sprays, scented pads, perfumed soap or bath oils — all of which can irritate your vagina.
What to do: See your ob/gyn, who will confirm whether you have a yeast infection, and if you do, will prescribe medication. As for skin irritation: No woman should use feminine hygiene sprays, because they often trigger rashes. If you have sensitive skin, buy unscented sanitary pads, use only mild, hypoallergenic soaps and launder your underwear with fragrance-free detergent. An over-the-counter cortisone cream or Vagisil can relieve tenderness and itching.
3. How it hurts: Your perineum — the area where you may have had a deep tear or an episiotomy when giving birth — feels taut, tender and painful during initial penetration.
The possible cause: Rigid, hard scar tissue due to that tear or episiotomy. Women who have either during childbirth are 80 percent more likely to report painful sex three months later than those who didn’t experience tissue damage during delivery, reports a study from Harvard Medical School.
What to do: Massage the painful area once a day for a few minutes using a water-based lubricant. “This helps desensitize the nerve endings and makes the skin more pliable, easing penetration,” says John F. Steege, M.D., an ob/gyn professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. If the area is very sensitive, ask your doctor for a prescription cream with lidocaine, a numbing agent that will make intercourse less painful. Still no relief? Consider minor surgery to remove scar tissue.
4. How it hurts: During sex, it feels as if his penis is bumping into something. You may also have heavy periods, spotting, back pain and an increased need to urinate.
The possible cause: Uterine fibroids — areas of benign tissue that grow on the uterine wall. Women with fibroids are almost three times more likely to report painful sex than those without them, and up to 40 percent of women in their 30s and 40s are plagued by these growths. Researchers aren’t sure what causes fibroids, but many believe estrogen stimulates their development.
What to do: Get an ultrasound to see if you have fibroids, which range in size from a pea to a grapefruit. Once their size and location is determined, your doctor will discuss treatment options with you. Hysterectomy is the most effective way to remove them, but there are less invasive options, such as having an IUD inserted to shrink growths or uterine fibroid embolization (a nonsurgical treatment that shrinks fibroids by blocking blood flow to them).
5. How it hurts: His penis doesn’t easily glide inside you; the friction of thrusting is painful and leaves your vagina feeling tender and irritated.
The possible cause: Vaginal dryness, which plagues 25 percent of women at some point in their lives. Common culprits: antidepressants or the Pill (either can lower libido, making it tough for you to get aroused and lubricated), breast-feeding (when nursing, estrogen levels are low, leading to dryness) or menopause (your production of estrogen, and thus lubrication, may drop).
What to do: Use a water-based lubricant, such as K-Y, during sex.
6. How it hurts: Your genitals burn and sting, nearly all the time. Both foreplay and intercourse are painful; so is riding a bike, inserting a tampon and sitting for a long time.
The possible cause: Vulvodynia — a painful condition that can affect the entire vulvar region or, in some cases, is concentrated at the vaginal opening. The problem appears to occur when vulvar nerve endings become irritated. Although experts aren’t sure why, vagi
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