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best sex positions when you have endometriosis
Tabitha Britt writing for Woman & Home reached out to me for some insight into sex positions when you have endometriosis, and I was glad to discuss this often misunderstood topic. Here is a brief synopsis of the article, along with a link to the full article below.

Heather Jeffcoat, DPT

The best sex positions when you have endometriosis can relieve pain and help you regain control of your sex life

If sex has become more of a chore than a pleasure due to endometriosis, it’s time to regain control of your sex life. These sex positions when you have endometriosis will help relieve and eliminate pain, plus help you to enjoy intimacy so much more.

Endometriosis is a chronic and often debilitating condition that causes cells similar to the ones in the lining of the womb to grow elsewhere in your body. Although endometriosis is usually found within the pelvic region, such as on the fallopian tubes or the ovaries, cells can grow virtually anywhere including the bowel, bladder, and intestines. If this tissue grows behind the vagina or in between the vagina and the front of the rectum, penetration and other intimate movements can stretch or pull it, resulting in pain during sex.

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