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It can range in severity and often happens before or during sex, but can also be triggered by using a tampon or taking a pelvic exam. Vaginismus can occur from the first time you try to penetrate the vagina during sex, with tampon insertion or during a pelvic exam. The good news is that vaginismus can be successfully treated. We encourage you to visit a gynaecologist and psychologist who can help you work through the causes of your condition.

Vaginal dilator therapy: vibrate, dilate, or wait?

Vaginismus: Dyspareunia, Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

Vaginal dilators are tube-shaped devices designed to stretch the vagina. Often made of plastic, dilators come in various sizes. A small dilator might be the size of a tampon. A large one might be the size of an average penis. Dilators are used for a variety of conditions. For example, radiation treatment for gynecological cancer damage the vaginal lining and make the vagina narrower and less flexible.

From Vaginismus to Pleasure Warrior

There are many predisposing factors associated with vaginismus, but there is lack of data in the literature regarding which and how of these factors influence the success rate of treatment. Our aim is to investigate the effects of factors that are considered as predisposing factors for vaginismus on treatment prognosis and success rate, with cognitive-behavioral therapy and desensitization exercises after sexual therapy. Patients with vaginismus were divided into three groups. Group 1: patients who successfully completed vaginal penetration exercises after sexual therapy and experienced vaginal sexual intercourse; Group 2: patients who started penetration exercises but could not reach success; Group 3: patients who discontinued treatment before starting exercises. Demographic and sexual parameters were compared between the groups.
For some women, the vaginal muscles involuntarily or persistently contract when they attempt vaginal penetration. This is called vaginismus. The contractions can prevent sexual intercourse or make it very painful. A gentle pelvic exam typically shows no cause of the contractions. No physical abnormalities contribute to the condition.