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My wife got pain during intercourse

Hi,i got married 2 monts back and still we are not able to have a successful intercourse. my wife says its really painful for her. What seems to be the problem? any idea
Asked On : Sat, 9 Jan 2010
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  Anonymous's Response

There might some psychological problem she might be facing like amny women, she will need a gyne examination and a psychological consultation if gyne examination comes back normal. She will be fine, do not worry, rather comfort her and tel her that she will be fine. She too must be feeling sad due to this and needs more of your love and care to be able to come out of it. Do not ignore her, she is your life partner and not just to have sex.

Answered: Sat, 9 Jan 2010
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pain during the intercourse is probably because of dryness or because of infection. try lot of fore play before intercourse so that there is lot of lubrication. after that you try intercourse that might be successful.if it is infection than it requires treatment with antibiotics. consult a gynecologist and get pap smear done and find out any infection is there or not.
Answered: Mon, 18 Jan 2010
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