Unanswered concerns pertaining to sex often takes a toll on sexual performance of women. Although they fail to confess these apprehensions, considering them to be silly or sometimes a taboo, they often can be found seeking solutions in the ‘agony aunt’ column of some random women’s magazine. Let us take a sneak peek into ten most bothersome and worrisome concerns of women, which are making them stay awake in bed or behave awkwardly with their partners in bed.
Feeling unacceptable about one’s body is one of the biggest problems that most of the women have. Disfigured body, small cup size, or oversize parts always make women feel insecure and uncomfortable. The very shame of getting uncovered gives them cold feet.
The feeling of not being able to perform in bed with one’s partner is another surmounting concern of women. It is not always possible or important to reach orgasm all the time with one’s partner. Factors like too much physical consciousness and other physical issues may be hampering the performance, so it is always important to talk to your partner.
Pre-marital sex or teen pregnancies are on the rise. The risk of getting pregnant, when in an affair can always be irksome for women. Getting pregnant is one worry that mostly young or unmarried girls go to bed with.
If partners are not using protection or condoms, the issue may worry women. This could be a put off for them and they may be worrying over sleeping with them.
Many women tremble about the pain, which many may experience during intercourse. However, it is important to recognize that it is only due to lack of lubricating fluids. Using good quality lubricating creams will not just eliminate the pain, but also their worries as well.
There are times when women feel they aren’t ready for sex, but to confront the truth to their partner, who might be quite eager, may make them feel guilty.
Excess body consciousness or the ability to imagine the process in broad light is still a shy matter for women. Hence, the insecurity often keeps them worried, especially when the partner refuses to switch off lights.
There are times when you imagine sex to be as great and out and out romantic from a Mills and Boons book, but may get disappointed. Let’s face it, intercourse is not supposed to be always like that. Other fond moments like fondling, cuddling or even holding hands will eventually count more than mere sex.
Women have genuine worries like the ones mentioned above, but it’s important to find solutions, in order to enjoy sex in bed. Try talking to your partner or better, to a medical practitioner, to avail help.