If you've ever found yourself close to climax—only to feel a sharp or nagging pain right when you reach the top, or soon after—you may have experienced dysorgasmia. Also known as painful orgasm, this condition can be distressing cue the alarm and anxiety of wondering where that pain is coming from or what caused it or how long it will last , especially considering it occurred while you were in the throes of an otherwise satisfying sexual experience. And while climaxing isn't necessarily the be-all and end-all of fulfilling sex, orgasms should ultimately be pleasurable, not painful. Unless ruined orgasms are your thing, painful sex is generally not considered normal.
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It's no surprise that if you recently had hip surgery, or have an ongoing hip issue- that your sex life could suffer. Read on for some recommendations. Femoroacetabular impingement FAI syndrome is a disorder of the hip that typically affects young adults. It is the result of an abnormal contact between the greater trochanter of the femur thigh bone and the acetabulum the socket.
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There are many important outcomes from the responsive muscle contractions in the female orgasm. A number of these outcomes are structural and these structural outcomes have a direct positive effect on the well-being of the woman. Though these direct physiological outcomes may or may not have an adaptive history, they affect the well-being of the woman and include structural load management, continence, and sexual function.