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17.02.2017 07:20 EST
Sex is painful for at least one in 10 women, study finds.
Nearly one in ten women finds sex painful according to a big study.
The survey of nearly 7,000 sexually active women aged 16 to 74, in BJOG, An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology su
suggests this medical problem called Dyspareunia - is common and affects women of all ages.
Women in their late 50s and early 60s are most likely to be affected, followed by women aged 16 - 24.
Doctors say there are treatments that can help if women seek a dvice. But many find the subject embarrasing and taboo, the survey results show.
Painful sex was strongly linkd to other sexual problems, including
vaginal dryness, feeling anxious during sex, and lack of enjoyment of sex.
A woman spoke to her doctor who recommended she try Oestrogen creams and Pessaries for thedryness and dilators to help with the imvoluntary tightening.
Women ned to know that there is help out there for these kinds of problems, especially as we are all living longer. You shouln't have to be writing off your sex life in your 50s.
Many women don't like to talk about it. We share all the gore of childbirth, yet women of our generation don't tend to talk openly about sex and the menopause. We should, the woman said.

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