A Guide For You and Your Partner
If you suffer from back pain, the fear of doing something that might make your back hurt is always on your mind. This fear can overshadow everything you do. This pain and fear can also lead to frustration and tension between partners. It can even affect your sex life. This happens all the time, but it doesn’t have to.
After back surgery or a back injury, pain or the fear of pain often lessens the desire for sex in both partners. In time, your recovery will allow you to return to many of your everyday activities, including sex. However, while you’re healing, it’s still possible for you to have sex. But you must learn ways to control your pain and you must be careful not to hurt yourself.
The purpose of this booklet is to show you and your partner what you can do physically and mentally to have an enjoyable sexual relationship. To do this you must work together with open minds. Your goal should be the greatest amount of pleasure possible with the most comfort possible.
Share this booklet with your partner. Your doctor can answer any questions you and your partner may have after reading this booklet. This booklet should not replace the advice of your doctor, surgeon, physical therapist, nurse, or any member of your healthcare team.
General answers to most of your questions are in this 16-page, illustrated e-booklet.
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