Pain during intercourse is perfectly normal especially if it is the first time. However, if the pain occurs frequently then it is definitely not normal. One must understand that the continuation of pain during sexual intercourse is not advisable to anybody. An immediate consultation with a gynaecologist is essential and medical advice should be taken in order to successfully treat the cause of pain during sexual intercourse.
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