Woman has Sex with Her Husband Only ONCE a Year Due to Excruciating Pain During Intercourse

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
October 14, 2019

Natalie Bricker and her husband Robert on their wedding day in 2007

This is kind of a Disney love story.

Daily Mail:

A woman who experiences excruciating pain during intercourse has revealed she only has sex with her husband once a year.

Natalie Bricker, 35, from Newark, Delaware, was diagnosed with persistent genital arousal disorder in 2018, a condition which causes her severe pelvic pain every time she is aroused.

The former care assistant, whose agonizing muscle spasms in her pelvis can last up to four days and leave her bedbound, now avoids sex with her husband Robert Bricker, 38.

These are more recent pictures of them:

See? They’re smiling. Very happy couple.

Natalie experiences spontaneous genital arousal at least once a day which causes painful spasms in her vaginal wall and rectum.

She has sex with her partner Robert, a real estate controller, just once a year despite the pain because she worries about the impact the condition has had on her marriage.

Natalie said: ‘Every time I feel pleasure or arousal, my muscles contract and spasm, and when I orgasm my pelvic muscles go into spasm.

‘Whenever I get aroused my body goes into fight or flight mode. The pain becomes worse and worse. It makes even walking painful. Afterwards I get so itchy.

‘It’s difficult because you feel aroused and you want to do something about it, but when you do the pain is so intense.

‘If I tried to masturbate, I would get sharp stabbing pains around my clitoris, and if I would try to walk I would be in so much pain. I would have to hold an ice bag down there.

She “experiences spontaneous genital arousal at least once a day” and each time, it hurts. But she has sex with her husband only once a year… because it hurts.

Something’s not quite adding up there.

My relationship with my husband has been difficult and I have a lot of insecurities. Because we don’t have intercourse often, I do have insecurities about whether or not he would cheat on me.

‘He’s a good man, he married me knowing the issues I have and the barriers that creates for sex.

‘We have sex once or twice a year, but I do it for my husband, I have to have a couple of drinks to get through it. It hurts, it feels like I’ve been hit by a truck.’

He should definitely cheat on her and on a daily basis. In fact, he should just go ahead and divorce her. There is no point in them staying married if they have no sex and no offspring.

Besides, if she really really really really loved him, she’d have sex with him every day no matter how painful it was for her. It is her duty as a wife.

Natalie believes her condition stems from a car accident in 2002, during which she she injured her pudendal nerve, which is responsible for carrying messages from the external genitalia.

Although she appeared uninjured, Natalie experienced recurrent thrush and sex with Robert, who was then her boyfriend, began to cause pain.

Natalie suffered with the condition’s symptoms for more than a decade before she was officially diagnosed with pudendal neuralgia in 2014.

She said: ‘I was involved in a car accident in 2002 where I believe all my issues began. I think I pinched a nerve and a month later I began suffering persistent urinary tract infections and intercourse started to hurt. I couldn’t do it without pain.

‘I could no longer even wear a tampon without pain.

I was in a relationship at the time with my boyfriend, who is now my husband. But after this accident, I couldn’t have intercourse which put pressure on my relationship with him.

That is supposed to be a very romantic, very inspiring “love” story of self-sacrifice or whatever.

It’s actually disgusting.

He knew what he was getting into yet he went ahead with it anyways. Now the woman is stressed out because he wants to have sex and they’re not having sex and he’s perpetually looking forward to his yearly dose of sex like a creep. Lose-lose situation.

‘My chronic pain has been progressive. Over the last four or five years it has become worse.

During that time my dog knocked me over onto my butt and I began experiencing rectal pains.

Now after every bowel movement I experience pain. I have seen many doctors about this. I have seen pelvic pain specialists to psychiatrists. It makes you feel really horrible when people suggest it is all in your mind.

‘I didn’t get officially diagnosed with PGAD until last year.’

In 2017, Natalie was forced to give up her career as a care assistant for people with special needs as she could no longer adequately manage her pain to get through the work day.

‘I was so fatigued and I would have intense pain every time I had a bowel movement,’ she said.

Natalie, who dreams of having a family with her supportive husband Robert, says her chronic condition has made their path to parenthood more difficult.

She added: ‘I always wanted children with my husband and have been through IVF. But my condition has meant it’s been more difficult. My husband has a condition also which means we can only conceive through IVF, but because I’ve been unwell we haven’t tried again.

Whoa, so they both have “conditions”? What are the odds?

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