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Pain during intercourse at vagina opening, came on gradually starting ~6 mos ago. Pap smears/std screens negative. Don't think it's yeast infection.

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Dr. Justin Diedrich
Gynecology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: See doc

There are other causes of pain at the vaginal opening.
Sometimes it is a simple as recommending more foreplay (or using lubrication). Sometimes it is an infection or skin condition. Sometimes people need physical therapy (pelvic floor pt).

In brief: See doc

There are other causes of pain at the vaginal opening.
Sometimes it is a simple as recommending more foreplay (or using lubrication). Sometimes it is an infection or skin condition. Sometimes people need physical therapy (pelvic floor pt).
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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease

In brief: See a gynecologist

You must be examined and thoroughly evaluated to have this diagnosed and managed appropriately.
Go soon and feel better.

In brief: See a gynecologist

You must be examined and thoroughly evaluated to have this diagnosed and managed appropriately.
Go soon and feel better.
Thank
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Dr. Ryan Phasouk
I agree, a gynecologist may be able to determine if there is an anatomical or endocrinological cause of your dyspareunia (pain with intercourse). All the best.
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