Living with pain is difficult but is treatable…
Many women feel embarrassed to bring up their experiences to their doctors. So, they continue to live with it in isolation.
Not only is this a challenge for the individual with vaginismus and sexual pain but it can be very hard on their partner as well. Ultimately, living with these challenges can have an incredibly negative impact on one’s quality of life.
What is clear is that there is a high fear-avoidance cycle that happens in women who have vaginismus or sexual pain. Avoidance of sex, affection, and physical and sexual intimacy become prevalent within the relationship.
Painful Intercourse Treatment that Works
Here’s the thing. Though sexual pain and vaginismus can feel overwhelming, most sexual pain and penetration disorders are very treatable. Research has shown incredible results in overcoming sexual pain and vaginismus from using mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, sensate focus, EMDR, dilator therapy, pelvic floor therapy, and getting quality sex education. Sometimes, you just need to find someone who knows how to help you find relief.
Let us help you get the care you deserve to promote happy and healthy intimacy. Contact us today!