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Too Tight for Sex?

Virgins may worry that they may experience pain on having sex for the first time, but PC muscle exercises may help.

Many women who have not had sex before, fear that they may experience pain when having intercourse for the first time, but you can do something to prevent this.

What is the PC muscle?
There is a band of muscles stretching from your pubic bone in front and extending back between your legs to your coccyx bone in the back. Along the way, this sling of muscles surround the sphincter of your bladder, your vaginal opening and the sphincter of your anus. These muscles are clinically known as the Pubococcygeus muscles, or more commonly, the PC muscle. To talk about the PC muscle may be an oversimplification, as there are actually several muscles making up the pelvic floor. Read more

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