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Sex is painful for nearly one in 10 women, study finds

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Really? Is this a serious unbiased study? I do not actually believe this to be the truth. Any ladies or gents like to comment? Pretty sure the surveyors got their samples biased for whatev… Read More
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banned6m, 21h agoPosted 6 months, 21 hours ago
Really?

Is this a serious unbiased study? I do not actually believe this to be the truth.

Any ladies or gents like to comment?

Pretty sure the surveyors got their samples biased for whatever reason....

"Nearly one in 10 British women finds sex painful, according to a big study.
The survey of nearly 7,000 sexually active women aged 16 to 74, in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 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 advice.
But many still find the subject embarrassing and taboo, the survey results show.
Lack of enjoyment
Painful sex was strongly linked to other sexual problems, including **** dryness, feeling anxious during sex, and lack of enjoyment of sex.
Some women said they avoided intercourse because they were so afraid of the pain."

Afraid of the pain?? Stop then!!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-38729240
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banned6m, 21h agoPosted 6 months, 21 hours ago
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YouDontWantToKnow

I would be devastated if whilst having sex that the woman felt pain & didnt tell me.


What do you want her to do? Ring you half way through?
9 Likes
No problems here - but I appreciate that my username might suggest otherwise!
8 Likes
So surely smaller is better? :).
7 Likes
Some people pay for it to be painful
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YouDontWantToKnow
airfix
Some people pay for it to be painful
Yep I saw someone post a dog trainer device that delivers an electric shock by the human that S&M fans might enjoy but the article is about women.
I would be devastated if whilst having sex that the woman felt pain & didnt tell me.
I'm sure yours won't do much harm :p

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banned#1
1 Like #2
I'm surprised its only 1 in 10 its probably more then that but people don't lik to admit it.
7 Likes #3
Some people pay for it to be painful
banned#4
Error440
I'm surprised its only 1 in 10 its probably more then that but people don't lik to admit it.

OK

Pretty sure that women have a few one off slightly uncomfortable experiences but what the report suggests is "1 in 10 find sex painful"

That surely cannot be true :)
banned#5
airfix
Some people pay for it to be painful

Yep I saw someone post a dog trainer device that delivers an electric shock by the human that S&M fans might enjoy but the article is about women.

I would be devastated if whilst having sex that the woman felt pain & didnt tell me.
#6
airfix
Some people pay for it to be painful

Hell **** yeah! oO
6 Likes #7
YouDontWantToKnow
airfix
Some people pay for it to be painful
Yep I saw someone post a dog trainer device that delivers an electric shock by the human that S&M fans might enjoy but the article is about women.
I would be devastated if whilst having sex that the woman felt pain & didnt tell me.
I'm sure yours won't do much harm :p
6 Likes #8
Women in their late 50s and early 60s are most likely to be affected,

Are likely to be menopausal. I see female biology may not be your strong point though.
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moneysavingkitten
Women in their late 50s and early 60s are most likely to be affected,
Are likely to be menopausal. I see female biology may not be your strong point though.

followed by women aged 16-24

I see female biology definitely is not your strong point. ;)

Edited By: YouDontWantToKnow on Jan 25, 2017 07:02
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All analyses were carried out using the complex survey functions of STATA (version 14; StataCorp LP, College Station, TX, USA) to account for the weighting, clustering and stratification of the data. We present descriptive statistics for reporting of painful sex and morbid painful sex. We used age-adjusted logistic regressions to examine the associations between reporting physical pain during sex and other sexual function problems, demographic and health factors, sexual behaviour, sexual relationship and attitudes to sex. We performed a sensitivity analysis to check whether the observed associations differed according to age (16–44 years age group versus 45–74 years). Few differences were observed, so we did not present the results stratified by age
Sounds legit ;)
Note;the figures quoted are for pain during sex for 3 months or more in the past year among sexually active women

1708 were not sexually active in the last year but only 2% reported pain as a reason for not being sexually active
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/wol1/doi/10.1111/1471-0528.14518/full



Edited By: thewongwing101 on Jan 25, 2017 07:19
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YouDontWantToKnow
moneysavingkitten
Women in their late 50s and early 60s are most likely to be affected,
Are likely to be menopausal. I see female biology may not be your strong point though.
followed by women aged 16-24
I see female biology definitely is not your strong point. ;)


No its still clearly not your strong point.
1 Like #12
foreplay is very important.gets the juices flowing so to speak
banned#13
Error440
YouDontWantToKnow
moneysavingkitten
Women in their late 50s and early 60s are most likely to be affected,
Are likely to be menopausal. I see female biology may not be your strong point though.
followed by women aged 16-24
I see female biology definitely is not your strong point. ;)
No its still clearly not your strong point.

What's up with you? You don't know me.
#14
1 in 10 isn't exactly a big number, I'm not sure what is so surprising about this.
6 Likes #15
YouDontWantToKnow
Error440
YouDontWantToKnow
moneysavingkitten
Women in their late 50s and early 60s are most likely to be affected,
Are likely to be menopausal. I see female biology may not be your strong point though.
followed by women aged 16-24
I see female biology definitely is not your strong point. ;)
No its still clearly not your strong point.
What's up with you? You don't know me.

Put your handbag away.
#16
if its painful go for the pink not the stink lol
banned 1 Like #17
it is if they are unfortunate enough to have it with me..
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YouDontWantToKnow
Error440
I'm surprised its only 1 in 10 its probably more then that but people don't lik to admit it.

OK

Pretty sure that women have a few one off slightly uncomfortable experiences but what the report suggests is "1 in 10 find sex painful"

That surely cannot be true :)


why not?
8 Likes #19
So surely smaller is better? :).
banned 4 Likes #20
shauneco
So surely smaller is better? :).
if it makes you feel better...
#21
I'm still trying to work out what 4 *s represent in
'**** dryness'
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shauneco
So surely smaller is better? :).
Wish i hadn't liked that now. Mines like a babby's arm, just for the record. X)
5 Likes #23
You guys really need to give the girl enough time to get her tights off.
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Gentle_Giant
You guys really need to give the girl enough time to get her tights off.


you old romantic, you.
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shadey12
I'm still trying to work out what 4 *s represent in
'**** dryness'



I see female biology is not your strong point!!! X)
1 Like #27
Gentle_Giant
You guys really need to give the girl enough time to get her tights off.
I wondered why her feet were flapping
#28
Another excuse !!!!!!!!!
banned#29
9 Likes #30
No problems here - but I appreciate that my username might suggest otherwise!
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1 in 10 find it painful? Imagine 10 in 1, that would be very painful...
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http://oi43.tinypic.com/1ekk5x.jpg
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YouDontWantToKnow

I would be devastated if whilst having sex that the woman felt pain & didnt tell me.


What do you want her to do? Ring you half way through?
#34
Sounds like a fact of mother nature in common knowledge well known to Stonehenge women already at least, why do women need to make in their late 50s and early 60s as they are most likely to be affected?! The biological clock to prepare for sex life runs out of strokes by then and thining of tissue occurs with huge reduction in secretion.
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splender
Sounds like a fact of mother nature in common knowledge well known to Stonehenge women already at least, why do women need to make in their late 50s and early 60s as they are most likely to be affected?! The biological clock to prepare for sex life runs out of strokes by then and thining of tissue occurs with huge reduction in secretion.

No offence splender, but what? Does that actually make any sense to you?
#36
what did you think the number would be 1 in 20 or 2 in 10 - I have no idea why you are surprised by the study, whats the context for you taking an interest in this?
#37
deeky
splender
Sounds like a fact of mother nature in common knowledge well known to Stonehenge women already at least, why do women need to make in their late 50s and early 60s as they are most likely to be affected?! The biological clock to prepare for sex life runs out of strokes by then and thining of tissue occurs with huge reduction in secretion.
No offence splender, but what? Does that actually make any sense to you?
yes and no, I am sure my sense is imperfect like everyone else in MISC
#38
splender
Sounds like a fact of mother nature in common knowledge well known to Stonehenge women already at least, why do women need to make in their late 50s and early 60s as they are most likely to be affected?! The biological clock to prepare for sex life runs out of strokes by then and thining of tissue occurs with huge reduction in secretion.

Are you asking why people of a certain age would have sex?

Because Splender, sex is enjoyable. That some feel pain during it doesn't change the fact that the majority of older people might enjoy it.

One day you'll know.
#39
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splender
Sounds like a fact of mother nature in common knowledge well known to Stonehenge women already at least, why do women need to make in their late 50s and early 60s as they are most likely to be affected?! The biological clock to prepare for sex life runs out of strokes by then and thining of tissue occurs with huge reduction in secretion.
Are you asking why people of a certain age would have sex?
Because Splender, sex is enjoyable. That some feel pain during it doesn't change the fact that the majority of older people might enjoy it.
One day you'll know.
You are stating the opposite of some of the BBC survey results at least.
#40
splender
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splender
Sounds like a fact of mother nature in common knowledge well known to Stonehenge women already at least, why do women need to make in their late 50s and early 60s as they are most likely to be affected?! The biological clock to prepare for sex life runs out of strokes by then and thining of tissue occurs with huge reduction in secretion.
Are you asking why people of a certain age would have sex?
Because Splender, sex is enjoyable. That some feel pain during it doesn't change the fact that the majority of older people might enjoy it.
One day you'll know.
You are stating the opposite of some of the BBC survey results at least.

Ahh, but the BBC have to give a balanced view - its part of their charter.

So after having and expert say that "black is the new white", they then have to have another saying that "white is the new black".

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