Speaking Out About Painful Intercourse

Speaking Out About Painful Intercourse

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Painful Intercourse

Carole, 49, says she used to have an “incredible” sex life, but since she started menopause, she says intercourse has become so painful that she feels she has to endure it, rather than enjoy it. Find out how many women in menopause suffer from dyspareunia, or painful intercourse and what can be done to help.

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