Friday, January 15, 2016

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Sex postures for people with waist problem

It is important to maintain a good posture when a person with a waist problem has sex. The postures vary depending on gender and symptoms of patients. 

When both male and female feel pain 

People suffering backache feel more comfortable when they lie on their back or lie on their side because the posture gives less pressure compared with standing or sitting postures. If both partners have pain, it is recommendable that the woman lies on her side, and the man lies behind her, facing the same direction. Then the man lying behind her touches her body with a delicate touch without putting pressure on the woman’s waist.

Another way is that the woman kneels down,holds two hands on a bed or a chair, like a cat posture. Then her partner approaches her from behind. The woman puts a pillow and a cushion on her chest or belly. If a woman isn’t able to handle the partner’s weight, give up this posture and just caress her body with hands and tongue.

When a female feels pain in the waist

If a woman suffers a ruptured disk, then insert a pillow or a rolled towel below her waist. This helps her feel less pain because it keeps an arch-shaped backbone during sex. If she has spinal stenosis, or spondylolisthesis, just draw up the knees while lying on the back, which alleviates pain to some degree. The partner caresses her hair, face, belly, legs, and sexual organs, and starts sexual intercourse the moment when she is sexually excited. Slowly keep moving, feel the heartbeat and body heat of the partner. Keep it mind that he is sending a healing energy through his penis. If the man reaches orgasm, keep the pace down, or pause for breathing, and temporarily cool down. Once he ejaculates, take a deep breath, don’t lose excitement by extracting the tail bone muscle so that the couple can enjoy slow but deep sex.

If a woman suffers spinal stenosis and feels uncomfortable around the backbone, she might not be able to lie on her back even though she draws up the knees. Then just sit on the male partner’s thigh with two legs wide open. This posture enables a couple to face each other, or look the same direction. And how does a woman have sex if she has chronic degenerative disc disease? Then she lies on the male partner’s back instead. He lies down and draw up his knee, and she sits on his thighs with her legs open. The woman bends her knees, slightly lies on the man’s upper body so that they closely face each other. It is important to use her arms to sustain some part of her weight because she could feel less pain in the waist by leaning her upper body forward without bending the back. Some women feel relatively comfortable with cat posture. Then the male partner has soft intercourse from behind.

When a male feels pain in the waist

In case where a man suffers a backache, the woman is required to have a more aggressive attitude than usual, and be involved in sex with a mindset that sex with her surely has a healing power. If he has had spinal stenosis, or arthritis in the waist, he should lie on his back with his head on a pillow, draw up the knees, and insert a tall pillow, or a cushion under the knees. Then she caresses his hair, face, chest, and penis with a delicate touch. He remains silent and imagines beautiful, magnificent images. Once his penis gets erect, she gets on his body with her weight sustained on her knees, shins, and feet. She keeps her legs wide open, moves the vagina back and forth in a slow pace, and repeatedly gets him excited. He and she look each other, and listen to the sound of breathing. Imagine that her vagina instills a healing power into him, and try to carefully to listen to his heart beat, and the sound of his breathing. If the heart beats quickly, hold on for a moment until it beats more slowly, and extract her tail bone muscle. His breath may vary from deep breathing to a shallow one. Keep up the pace when his heart beats quickly.

Another posture is that a woman lies on the edge of the bed, a man kneels down, and carefully approaches her. This posture is appropriate for a man who has a ruptured disk. He slightly arches his back with his hands holding her thighs.

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