Conflict is inevitable in life. When making love, people also accidentally hurt themselves. According to ABC, sex is sometimes like a battlefield, with tens of thousands of people dying in love every year. The most common ones are muscle fatigue, neck or other body parts cramps, fractures, skin abrasions, and broken penises. For women, the incidence of vaginal tears is the highest. However, few people are able to consult hospitals in a timely manner or truthfully inform doctors.
The above report is based on an investigation conducted by telephone banking, a British investigative agency commissioned by telephone. After conducting a survey of 1000 adults in the country by telephone banking, it was found that one-third of them were injured during sexual activity, and 5% admitted to having to take leave for it. Among them, the most common places of injury are chairs, sofas, bathrooms, or using unique sexual positions.
When having sex outside the bedroom or bed, it is important to learn to protect oneself. For example, if the sofa is too soft, it is difficult to support the body load of two people, and for men, the back muscles will be too heavy. The bathroom floor is too slippery, and if you're not careful, you'll fall. Female vaginal tears are often associated with intense sexual activity and insufficient lubrication. Billy Goldberg, assistant professor of emergency medicine at New York University School of Medicine.
Professor Marchesiber from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Massachusetts State University School of Medicine pointed out that safe sex not only involves preventing sexually transmitted diseases, but also preventing unintended pregnancies and injuries. Once you feel sexual discomfort, even if it's mild, you should stop immediately. Do not excessively twist or stretch your body. Stand straight and bend down, avoid touching your toes, or the doctor suggests not engaging in vigorous exercise, and should use gentle methods during sexual activity. Women of any age group should prepare lubricants to avoid occasional needs.