4 Shocking Things that Happen to You When You Stop Having S£x

S*x is very beneficial to the human body although premarital pleasure has been described as a sin by religious bodies.

S*x could be used as a viable substitute for physical exercises according to medical experts.

During orgasm, there is a hormone named oxytocin a.k.a ‘cuddle hormone’ that gushes into your system. It’s the one responsible for the joy and the general feel good sensation coursing throughout your body after good s*x.
As interesting as the previous paragraph might be. Not every lady can have a fulfilling s*x life. These can be due to several reasons such as personal decision informed by religion or spirituality, plain bad s*x partners or whichever reason it might be. Ladies do also have dry periods of s*x. While some people think if a guy doesn’t have s*x for a while, his sperm might transform into tadpoles, which is totally false.
There are a few things that might happen if a lady stops having s*x, especially with the sexual organ itself, the v*gina:

1. Sex is painful

Having s*x for the first time or after a long period of time will be very distasteful, the pain can be severe. The most common side effect of a prolonged celibate stretch is painful intercourse, says Brett Worly, MD an ob-gyn at the Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center. Just as it hurts when you go for a run after a long stint of couch-potato-ing, you might feel some pain relieving a dry spell, “because your muscles aren’t used to having s*x.”
The risk is even greater if your celibacy occurred because of something unpleasant, like an ugly breakup. “Psychological issues weighing on a person’s mind can cause pain, too,” says Worly.

The cure: Lubrication (the bottled kind is fine if you’re not producing enough on your own), foreplay, and communication are imperative. Worly advises couples to start slowly, to “ensure there’s no pain, and that it feels good.” And if it starts to hurt, stop. Try again another time, using even more foreplay, and even more lube. S*x isn’t a no-pain/no-gain type of activity.

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