Yes. First of all, wear loose-fitting cotton underwear, and avoid tight-fitting trousers, which will be less likely to irritate the vaginal area. Vaginal moisturizers used every couple of days also will help with the discomfort. During intercourse, apply water-based lubricants, such as KY Jelly or Astroglide. Some women find that spermicidal gel or even natural yogurt can help make intercourse more comfortable. Put the lubricant into the vagina before sex, on both the smaller and larger outer lips of the vagina, and also on the penis.
Estrogen-based creams or estrogen pessaries, such as Ortho-Gynest and the vaginal ring, E-string, also are used by some women to help relieve vaginal dryness.
You might also want to try experimenting with new positions that are less penetrating in the vagina. For example, if your partner is behind you entering your vagina from the rear, the penetration cannot go as deep into the vagina because your thighs and buttocks tissue are in the way.
Explore alternative sources of sexual pleasure, such as massage, mutual masturbation, sex toys, and oral sex. If you do use sex toys, be sure to lubricate them, as well. It is also important to wash off the sex toys after usage.