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Best Vaginismus Treatment
Vaginismus: Treatment may be with vaginal dilators which are graduated or tapered blunt-ended probes in different sizes, the first about the size of a tampon, and the last approximately the size of the partner's penis. Vaginal acceptance trainers are more ergonomic and flexible and take the shape of the woman's vagina, and these can be used at home after some training. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not really: Vaginismus is a involuntary muscular contraction in response to stimuli. It is like a nervous tic, that closes the "vaginal door" making entry more difficult if not impossible. Dilators used by the patient herself help to open the vaginal opening and more importantly allow accommodation and relaxation. Her fingers, not yours also work. Be loving and patient while she works through this problem. ...Read more
Get treated: This is common and any physician can explain the treatment to you, probably best as a couple. The key is education, desensitization and some graded exercises that are generally highly successful in solving this problem. I hope you will be able to work together on this as a couple and save your marriage. Good luck. ...Read more
Please see your gyn: U need an accuarte diagnosis and treatment plan and if that is indeed the case you may need to get referrred to the local university obgyn dept for proper treatment. ...Read more
I have vaginismus and when I have an orgasm it feels good at first but then it really hurts? Why is this? How do I fix it?
Consider: That many with vaginismus cannot have intercourse. One treatment, if this is the case, are vaginal dilatory. Pain with orgasm, if recent, may be due to infection of the bladder or even the uterus but this is an unusual issue. Consider seeing your gyn, orgasm pain, like other gyn pain, may improve with birth control. Good luck. ...Read more
I think I have vaginismus, I have been with my boyfriend for two years and we cannot have sex, its hurts so bad, feels like it's punching a wall. My m?
See a doctor: Vaginismus is common and you may be able to find a cause and a cure if you visit an obgyn who is sensitive and trained in these issues. If you truly have vaginismus, some of the best treatment may be pelvic floor therapy, with a physical therapist trained in helping women with this ailment. Best of luck and hopefully it can get better. ...Read more
Will pelvic floor pt help with vaginismus and anal sphincter tone? Do they have to touch the area? Does it hurt?
Helps alot: Pelvic floor therapy can be very helpful for many people with these problems. Yes they have to touch the area. No it is not painful. We use this treatment option in our office a lot with great results. ...Read more
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