Pain or Discomfort During Sexual Intercourse

Your monthly period is not the only thing affected by uterine fibroids. When left untreated, fibroids can adversely affect your general well-being and sexual health.

The pain experienced during sexual intercourse is frequently reported as a fibroid symptom. Nearly 15 million women report having symptoms of fibroids every year in the U.S. Recognizing how fibroid pain affects sexual health is crucial to maintaining overall wellness and eliminating fibroid-related discomfort.

Let’s look at the intersection between fibroids and pain during sexual intercourse. 

Why do fibroids affect sexual intercourse?

First, we would like you to know it is not normal for you to experience excessive bleeding, pain, or pressure during or right after sexual activity.

When you experience pain during sexual intercourse, abdominal pain, or overly long menstrual periods, fibroids might be the cause.

Many factors contribute to fibroid-related sexual pain, including the following:

  • Cervical proximity
  • Putting pressure on fibroids during sex
  • Positioning during sexual activity
  • Pressure placed on fibroids during uterine orgasm contractions

Having good communication is essential. We urge you to openly communicate to your partner any issues you may have about your comfort during sexual activity.

It’s important to receive treatment for pain or other issues that become worse or persist after sexual intercourse.

The Latest Uterine Fibroid Treatment in Dallas

At Dallas Fibroid Center, we recognize that sexual pain can be distressing for you and your partner. If you believe fibroids could be the cause of your discomfort, we can help.

We offer a team of specialists dedicated to helping patients overcome fibroid symptoms. We offer the latest treatment options that relieve symptoms and don’t require surgical intervention or hospitalization.

We can help you eliminate fibroids and restore your sexual life. If you are interested in learning more or scheduling an evaluation, contact us today.

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