While we can’t address all myths, we can share some advice on sex and disability, particularly on how one can have a physical or intellectual disability, while sexuality is still a significant aspect of their life.
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Sometimes, if you are suffering from chronic or acute joint or muscular pain, sex can be unpleasant, difficult, or even impossible. The pain of getting into the right position, thrusting, and moving in a natural rhythm with your partner increases existing discomfort. For people suffering from these conditions, sex might not seem worth it. To us, that’s unacceptable.
Cerebral palsy may impact your sex life, but it shouldn’t define sex for you or your partner. Healthy communication between partners—and between you and your caregivers, as applicable—is a vital first step toward gaining the sex life you want. By experimenting with different positions and different toys, couples with CP can find new ways to experience accessible, enthusiastic, and satisfying sex.
Getting a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis can be frightening and exhausting. Because there is no direct test for MS, you’ve likely gone through an extended process of recognizing symptoms and ruling out other possibilities. And when the diagnosis finally comes, adjusting to life with MS requires adaptation and patience in equal measure. That’s particularly true when it comes to sex.