Read More Kelsey MichalMost of us will readily admit to loving sex. Or, at the very very least, liking it. It can be a wonderful, healthy, fun, exciting, bonding activity—and sometimes, we really can't get enough of it. Unfortunately, it's also not always fun and doesn't always feel good. Pain during sex is an extremely common phenomenon. Especially for women. If you have a vagina, chances are you've experienced pain during sex at some point over the years (though it certainly also happens to men sometimes!). The good news is that, oftentimes, pain during sex doesn't indicate any underlying issues. Though it sometimes does, and it's important to know when to be concerned. And regardless of whether it's indicative of something else, pain during sex is never fun—unless, of course, that's what you're (consensually) into. Read on to find out some of the reasons behind painful sex in women—and what to do about it.