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Indications - Vaginismus
 

What is vaginismus?

Vaginismus is vaginal tightness causing discomfort, burning, pain, penetration problems, or complete inability to have intercourse.

The tightness is actually caused by involuntary contractions of the pelvic floor muscles surrounding the vagina. The woman does not directly control or 'will' the tightness to occur; it is an involuntary pelvic response. She may not even have any awareness that the muscle response is causing the tightness or penetration problem.

In some cases vaginismus tightness may begin to cause burning, pain, or stinging during intercourse.

Types of vaginismus

When a woman has never at any time been able to have pain-free intercourse due to this muscle spasm her condition is known as primary vaginismus. Some women with primary vaginismus are unable to wear tampons and/or complete pelvic exams. Many couples are unable to consummate their relationship due to primary vaginismus.

Vaginismus can also develop later in life, even after many years of pleasurable intercourse. This type of condition, known as secondary vaginismus, is usually precipitated by a medical condition, traumatic event, childbirth, surgery, or life-change (menopause).

Vaginismus Symptoms

Depending on the intensity, vaginismus symptoms range from minor burning sensations with tightness to total closure of the vaginal opening with impossible penetration.

  • Common symptoms of vaginismus
  • Burning or stinging with tightness during sex
  • Difficult or impossible penetration, entry pain, uncomfortable insertion of penis
  • Unconsummated marriage
  • Ongoing sexual discomfort or pain following childbirth, yeast/urinary infections, STDs, IC, hysterectomy, cancer and surgeries
  • rape, menopause, or other issues
  • Ongoing sexual pain of unknown origin, with no apparent cause
  • Difficulty inserting tampons or undergoing a pelvic/gynecological exam
  • Spasms in other body muscle groups (legs, lower back, etc.) and/or halted breathing during attempts at intercourse
  • Avoidance of sex due to pain and/or failure

Vaginismus is vaginal tightness causing discomfort, burning, pain, penetration problems, or complete inability to have intercourse. The vaginal tightness results from the involuntary tightening of the pelvic floor, especially the pubococcygeus (PC) muscle group, although the woman may not be aware that this is the cause of her penetration or pain difficulties.

Variations in the experience of vaginismus

Vaginismus can be triggered in both younger and older women, in those with no sexual experience and those with years of experience. Not all women experience vaginismus the same way, and the extensiveness of vaginismus varies:

  • Some women are unable to insert anything at all.
  • Some women are able to insert a tampon and complete a gynecological exam, yet are unable to insert a penis.
  • Others are able to partially insert a penis, although the process is very painful.
  • Some are able to fully insert a penis, but tightness and discomfort interrupt the normal progression from arousal through to orgasm and bring pain instead.
  • Some women are able to tolerate years of uncomfortable intercourse with gradually increasing pain and discomfort that eventually interrupts the sexual experience.
  • Women may also experience years of intermittent difficulty with entry or movement and have to constantly be on their guard to control and relax their pelvic area when it suddenly 'acts up'.

Cause of Vaginismus

Usually at the root of vaginismus is a combination of physical or non-physical triggers that cause the body to anticipate pain. Reacting to the anticipation of pain, the body automatically tightens the vaginal muscles, bracing to protect itself from harm. Sex becomes uncomfortable or painful, and entry may be more difficult or impossible depending upon the severity of this tightened state.

Non-physical Causes

  • Fears : Fear or anticipation of intercourse pain, fear of not being completely physically healed following pelvic trauma, fear of tissue damage (ie. "being torn"), fear of getting pregnant, concern that a pelvic medical problem may reoccur, etc.
  • Anxiety or stress : General anxiety, performance pressures, previous unpleasant sexual experiences, negativity toward sex, guilt, emotional traumas, or other unhealthy sexual emotions
  • Partner issues : Abuse, emotional detachment, fear of commitment, distrust, anxiety about being vulnerable, losing control, etc.
  • Traumatic events : Past emotional/sexual abuse, witness of violence or abuse, repressed memories
  • Childhood experiences: Overly rigid parenting, unbalanced religious teaching (ie."Sex is BAD"), exposure to shocking sexual imagery, inadequate sex education
  • No cause : Sometimes there is no identifiable cause (physical or non-physical)

Physical Causes

  • Medical conditions: Urinary tract infections or urination problems, yeast infections, sexually transmitted disease, endometriosis, genital or pelvic tumors, cysts, cancer, vulvodynia / vestibulodynia, pelvic inflammatory disease, lichen planus, lichen sclerosus, eczema, psoriasis, vaginal prolapse, etc.
  • Childbirth : Pain from normal or difficult vaginal deliveries and complications, c-sections, miscarriages, etc.
  • Age-related changes : Menopause and hormonal changes, vaginal dryness / inadequate lubrication, vaginal atrophy
  • Temporary discomfort : Temporary pain or discomfort resulting from insufficient foreplay, inadequate vaginal lubrication, etc.
  • Pelvic trauma : Any type of pelvic surgery, difficult pelvic examinations, or other pelvic trauma
  • Abuse : Physical attack, rape, sexual/physical abuse or assault
  • Medications : Side-effects may cause pelvic pain

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Indications
Low Male & Female Libido
Loss of Desire
Erectile & Ejaculatory Dysfunction
Lack of Libido
Vigor & Vitality
Stamina
Masturbation
Premature Ejaculation
Loss of Sexual Desire
Erectile Problems
Spermacrasia
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Vaginismus
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Hypoactive Sexual Disorder
Loss of Sensation
Low Blood Flow to Genitals
Low Sex Drive Due to Depression
 

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