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6 Things Women Need for A Healthy Sex Life

6 Things Women Need for A Healthy Sex Life

Sexual problems in women are very common nowadays. Good sex is not only the source of pleasure but it also ensures good health and wellness. Knowing your partner’s needs while keeping their problems in mind is mandatory for the sake of women’s physical and emotional well-being. Women go through different stages that affect their physical health like fertility, contraception, menstrual cycle, pregnancy, menopause, and much more. Good sexual health also means good reproductive and mental health and to maintain it, one needs accurate information about safe sex practices.

Healthy sex is more than just the orgasm, it is about safety, security, and most importantly how you feel. Lack of libido can be caused by multiple factors, for example- emotional imbalance, age, medications, hormonal changes, menopause, childbirth, and diseases.

Here is what you need to understand about safe sex practices: -

  1. STDs Check-Up Regularly: - It is believed that condoms reduce the chances of STDs which is not entirely true. However, condoms prevent certain diseases like gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, and Chlamydia as these are all caused by genital secretions but some STIs like herpes, syphilis and genital warts cannot be prevented by condoms because they are caused by direct skin to skin contact. This is why sexually active women should be tested for STDs regularly to ensure good health and safety. Many women feel awful while discussing their sex life with doctors but they need to understand that it is normal.

 

  1. Use The Right Type of Contraception: - There is an amount of contraception available out there, which one you choose will determine your sexual health. Different types of contraception have different types of side effects on women’s health such as vaginal ring can cause high blood pressure and blood clotting. IUDs (Intrauterine Devices) have a higher risk of infections and ectopic pregnancy (the condition when fertilized egg implants in the fallopian tube or other parts of the body other than the uterus) that causes abdominal pain, vaginal bleeding, and shoulder pain. So, it is always best to consult with your gynaecologist before taking any type of contraception to avoid these health issues.

 

  1. More Sexual Partners More Health Risks: - It is very obvious that having multiple sexual partners cause high health risks. It not only increases the risk of STDs but also affects the mind and makes you a sex addict. So, if you are having sex with more than one person, first talk to him about his sexual history and go for an STDs check-up if possible. You never know what infectious disease your partner is dealing with that might transfer to you when you come in contact with him. Your health is in your hand, so never avoid using a condom. And if possible, stay consistent with one partner only as it is the best way to prevent STDs.

 

  1. Talk to Your Partner: - We always avoid conversation about sex as it is quite uncomfortable and difficult but it is important. To keep yourself and your partner healthy, you must talk to him about your sexual history, your preferences, and your choices about contraception. Or you can choose sex toys as well for more sexual pleasure when playing with a partner or with yourself.

 

  1. Encourage Healthy Habits: - A healthy body turns out to be the best in every situation including sex. Eat healthy and nutritious food to nourish your body so that you can fight diseases and infections. Quit smoking and tobacco as it affects your whole body including genitals which can cause many problems and lubrication reduction. Develop the habit of regular exercise to avoid obesity because obese people are more likely to develop hypertension, diabetes, and hypercholesterolemia which eventually make sex less enjoyable. Maintaining a healthy body not only makes you fall in love with yourself but also keeps sexual problems and dysfunction away.

 

  1. Sex After Menopause: - We all have been told that after menopause women should stop having sex, well that’s not true, you can still have sex all you need to be is more careful. However, sex after menopause is indeed extremely painful at least for some time due to vaginal dryness but you can always use lubricants for that. There are many lubricants are available now like oil-based, water-based, and silicon-based, so you can pick according to your suitability after discussing with the gynaecologist.

  

In many women, menopause causes stress and anxiety due to the sudden change of hormones (estrogen and progesterone), in that case, you can seek therapy because it is good to have someone to talk to. You can also go under certain treatments to make your sexual life enjoyable.

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