In the U.K. 1 in 10 women finds sex painful.
Pain during or after sex is called dyspareunia and can have many causes. The causes can be due to an illness, an infection, a psychological problem or a physical problem.
Problems such as vulvodynia, vaginismus, pudendal nerve disorders and pelvic floor dysfunction contribute to painful sex.
In most of the cases due to pain, fear and dysfunction, the pelvic floor muscles are tight and painful, and are not relaxing the way they should. Because they can’t tolerate any stretching penetration then becomes painful.
If you are struggling with sexual pain it is essential that you find a multidisciplinary treatment approach where pelvic physiotherapy should be included.
If you are ready to start your journey to a successful recovery then you should book now for an online consultation.
The online consultation is a quick and effective way of initiating your treatment. A careful, confidential and detailed history will be taken and the options for further treatment will be discussed. During our on-line consultation, you should expect to have an active role on helping me understanding the possible causes and onset of your symptoms.
Together we will find solutions to improve your quality of life.
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