Being sexually active is important for overall quality of life. Plus, research shows that sex can reduce chronic pain levels. But if you are among the 120 million Americans living with pain, you know it can disrupt your relationship—not to mention what goes on behind closed doors. The good news is the problem can be treated when properly addressed.
Learn how to get over your pain-related fears of sex and become sexually active again. It all starts with communication.
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