If it's causing pain you probably should not be doing it, partners need to respect this.11. It's a natural response for you to worry, as you won't be used to seeing it but the last thing we want to hear is 'Can you still do it?
' Trust me we would have let you know if things needed to come to a halt. "What about your wheelchair or crutches, how can you have sex? However for those with disabilities it can really help make intimate moments work.
" Yes I use aids such as a wheelchair or crutches to get around but lying down I'm the same as every other women. For some doing too much in a day is exhausting and will have a knock on effect on symptoms, but by planning sex, doing less that day and taking more medication such as pain relief; it helps guarantee that things go right in the bedroom.
The old-fashioned ways of dating - trying to catch the eye of someone in a cafe or scouting for potential partners in a bar - can be fun.
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