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What kind of pains during intercourse are caused by endometriosis?

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Dr. Douglas Lawson
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Varies

Everyone experiences pain differently.
For some it may feel like cramping, others sharp or stabbing pains and yet others may feel a burning sensation. You can reduce this by teaching your partner to avoid deep penetration. The outer third of the penis and vagina are the most sensitive, so deep insertion isn't needed and for you is painful.

In brief: Varies

Everyone experiences pain differently.
For some it may feel like cramping, others sharp or stabbing pains and yet others may feel a burning sensation. You can reduce this by teaching your partner to avoid deep penetration. The outer third of the penis and vagina are the most sensitive, so deep insertion isn't needed and for you is painful.
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