A tight vaginal orifice may cause painful intercourse or dyspareunia. Lack of lubrication may also cause the same. The condition needs medical attention. Sometimes, the problem eases out with time and repeated attempts. Vaginitis needs to be ruled out in case there is a dry vagina at intercourse.
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