Having a baby is extremely traumatic for your body. Though it is taxing on your body, most healthcare providers will clear individuals to return to sexual activity at six weeks postpartum. Your postpartum sexual activity will depend on your specific birthing experience. This includes whether you had a vaginal or belly/cesarean birth as well as […]
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Posted on June 12 2019
Many women are not strangers to painful sex. Thankfully, Ohnut Wearable Rings was created by visionary Emily Sauer to help address this all-too-common issue.
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Posted on May 02 2019
Yes, it's in your head. But it's real--VERY real. Painful sex and Vaginismus affects everything in your personal life. You feel ashamed, broken, joyless, embarrassed and wrong.
Posted on January 02 2019
Let’s make this clear: sex should absolutely not hurt (unless you want it to). And, typically, the type of pain you would want to experience doesn’t come from your typical PIV (penis in vagina) sex. If you are indeed experiencing pain when either a penis, a tampon or any type of toy designed for sexual […]
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Posted on July 23 2018
Let’s start out with this: YOU SHOULD NOT BE EXPERIENCING PAIN DURING SEX (unless you want to). Even though that
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