Sex is painful


There are several ways that sexual activity can be painful.

1. Positioning: Do you find that certain positions cause you pain?  There are positioning tools that can help alleviate some of that pain.  You can find those items here. 

An Occupational therapist is also a great resource. They are trained to help with sexual activity, guiding you find less painful positions.

2. Internal: Sometimes the pain can be internal.  We recommend talking with your doctor about this issue, there may be an underlying problem.

 If you are having vaginal pain, there are specialist who can help. If you are in the capital District, check out St. Peter's.  They also help with, "Incontinence, Increased urinary frequency, Painful intercourse, Vulvar Pain, Syndrome, Separated Pubic Symphysis, and Post-operative pain following pelvic surgery"

Have you been diagnosed with Vaginismus?

There are actually dilators designed for this exact condition.  They come in graduating sizes to prevent pain.

Kegel exercisers also help to strengthen the pelvic floor to improve sexual pleasure, decrease incontinence (pee when you sneeze), among other conditions.

Once you have all the products you need to get started you will most likely need a place to store all of these fun toys, you can find storage cases here. Don’t forget your batteries, toy cleaners, and lubes, no toy bag is complete without them.

Please contact us for product availability, with any questions you may have, or if you are interested in private one-on-one relationship coaching.