Cringe-Worthy Sex Injuries – and How to Make Sure They Don’t Happen to You!

Despite being one of life’s greatest pleasures, sex can be a risky business. It’s not just BDSM enthusiasts that need to worry about hurting themselves – sex injuries can happen to anyone, with hundreds of cases documented in emergency rooms across Australia each year. There’s nothing worse than having good sex ruined by pain, so to help you minimise the risks involved, these are some of the most common sex injuries and how to avoid them.

Carpet Burn

Having sex in different parts of the house is a great way to spice your love life, but beware of carpeted surfaces. Not only can carpet burn cause serious discomfort, the marks it leaves behind may lead to awkward questions. It’s easy to not notice the pain when you’re caught up in the heat of the moment, but trust us, not even the most mind-blowing sex is worth getting carpet burn for. The easiest way to avoid this kind of sex injury is to simply cover the surface you plan to do it on with a sheet or blanket.

Losing Something…Up There

Whether it’s a condom, dildo, anal bead, or some other foreign object, having something get lost inside your nether regions can be quite disconcerting. This injury applies to both men and women, and is actually quite common according to hospital records. If it ever happens to you, try not to freak out. Unless you’re in a significant amount of pain there’s probably no need to call an ambulance or run to the nearest hospital. In many cases, the object will come out on its own. However, if it doesn’t appear, you may want to seek medical help. The easiest way to avoid this scenario is to be extra careful when inserting things into yourself or your partner, and try not to let anything completely disappear up there.

Vaginal Tearing

Otherwise known as every woman’s worst nightmare, vaginal tearing really hurts. It’s usually caused by being too dry down there during vigorous sex, and can lead to minor bleeding. Most vaginal tears are small and will heal by themselves, but you may need to abstain from sex for a couple of days. If the pain persists, be sure to visit a gynecologist. Prevention is always better than cure, so to keep your vagina in one piece, always use plenty of lube and try to take things slowly at first. This will allow your vaginal muscles to loosen up a little, making them less likely to tear.
While none of these are likely to take out an award for the worst sex injury of all time, they can certainly kill the mood.
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