Renowned Australian sexologist Chantelle Otten has said education and knowledge for females impacted by the condition were “rather absent.”
“You could have this condition and not even know it. This HAS to change if we want to raise a generation of well-informed girls and women who don’t fear their own body," Chantelle said.
After welcoming her son Riley, who turned two in February this year, to the world, Meghan said it took her a “year” to be intimate again.
On the show she said that she “took so long to even consider having sex” before falling pregnant once more - with bubs due mid-2023.
“I would be like, ‘Ow, ow, ow’, like, to the point when….I had to ice myself after,” the US singer revealed.
She also said that she had “tried every angle” and that “getting on top” would be her “nightmare.”
Despite this, Meghan says she is hopeful that she will one day be a “star at sex” and is actively exploring ways to help with her pain, including transcendental meditation.
Often the condition is treated by seeing pelvic floor physiotherapists as well as undertaking sexual therapy for psychosocial concerns.
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This isn’t the first time the 29-year-old has made headlines for her sex life after she was papped alongside Daryl in an erotic store in Thailand in 2019.
At the time Meghan did take to her Twitter to clarify the purchases were “for a friend.”