This is the list of most common sex injuries. How much have you experienced?
BACK AND NECK STRAINS
Caused by: falling off the bed or down stairs.
Avoid by: holding on tighter and changing your sex position slowly. Also, avoid having sex on unstable furniture such as an ironing board —which, experts say, is surprisingly common!
BRUISES AND SCRATCHES
Caused by: spanking or being tied up during bondage.
Avoid by: not sticking duct tape straight onto skin, using handcuffs with fur covers and only spanking or getting spanked on padded areas such as the buttocks.
Caused by: impatient lovers who can't make it to the bed and end up having sex on the floor/on the couch/against a curtain/on the grass.
Avoid by: putting down a top, towel or cushion before getting, stuck in.
Caused by: hiring, clamping and other types of nipple stimulation.
Avoid by: telling your lover to be more gentle— unless you're actually after a little pain, in which case grin and hear it, baby!
BRUISED AND STRAINED MUSCLES
Caused by: vigorous and lengthy sex sessions, or trying out a complicated position.
Avoid by: stretching properly beforehand, say experts.
LOST FOREIGN OBJECTS IN THE VAGINA OR ANUS
Caused by: objects other than sex toys being inserted into orifices.
Avoid by: Just be careful.
Caused by: missing a thrust and hitting something solid.
Avoid by: slowing down his pace.
Caused (mostly) by: a reaction to lubricant or latex condoms.
Avoid by: using latex-free condoms or resting the lube on your arm first.
RED AND SWOLLEN EYES
Caused by: your partner ejaculating into your eye.
Avoid by: asking him to improve his aim.
Caused by: exposure to an insect or several) while romping in the great outdoors.
Avoid by: taking a good, long look at where you're putting down your naked derriere.