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Three out of four women report suffering from sexual pain at some point in their life. The Doctors share a simple device that may offer women some relief: a product called the Ohnut. The Ohnut is a small bumper that is meant to be placed on an erect penis during sex, allowing the man to control and reduce his depth.
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry explains painful intercourse, technically known as dyspareunia, is very common and should be addressed with a woman's OB/GYN. When it is, the doctor will ask a series of questions including, when does this pain occur? If it is during sex with deep penetration, there are a myriad of reasons it may be happening including endometriosis, a large fibroid, a large ovarian cyst, something cervical, or an inflammatory process with the bowel. It is important to address the underlying issue. The Ohnut will not do that, however, it may help the pain. Dr. Nita likes the idea of this product!
Dr. Nita jokes by saying asking a man to use this device may actually flatter him! "Let them celebrate, let them have it," she says about giving them the device because they are too big. All joking aside, try the Ohnut but do address the underlying cause of the pain.