Cosmopolitan Magazine's online staff regularly reaches out to Heather Jeffcoat for her expertise in the fields of vaginismus, issues that lead to painful sex, and the role of yoga in keeping your pelvic floor healthy and happy.
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"As the biggest young women’s media brand in the world, we’re in an intimate relationship—and ongoing conversation—with our audience, and our 75 editorial staffers hustle hard to pack every Cosmopolitan platform with fresh, funny, and fundamental intel about what millennials truly care about (from how to survive a tough Tinder date to how to run for political office)."
"If you have endometriosis, a disorder in which tissue that normally lines the uterus grows outside of it, you’re not alone. Really. “The common condition affects between 10 and 20 percent of women, and can unfortunately be an excruciatingly painful experience,” says clinical psychologist Daniel Sher, consultant for Between Us Clinic, an online sex-therapy program.
Listen: As someone who enjoys the feeling of soreness post-workout, I can assure you that I do not feel the same way the morning-after a different kind of sweat sesh. And, just a guess, but I'm going to assume that a sore vagina after sex doesn't feel too great for you either. For one, you might not know why or what is causing the soreness—which is, like, super irritating.