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Deep penetration is the most likely cause of painful intercourse in females, but it can also be caused by a gynecological condition. Though this article will focus primarily on painful intercourse in females, we know that males can experience abdominal pain during sex, too. Regardless of the cause, painful sex can be treated. Your healthcare provider can recommend therapies to help you get back down to the business of pleasure without the pain. Pain during sex often comes down to your position or the position of your uterus. Some sexual positions allow for deeper penetration during vaginal or anal sex, which could cause pain.
Dyspareunia is the term for recurring pain in the genital area or within the pelvis during sexual intercourse. The pain can be sharp or intense. It can occur before, during, or after sexual intercourse. Dyspareunia is more common in women than men.