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Pain During Intercourse (Dyspareunia)


of Pain during intercourse may be due to: Dyspaerunia and Vaginismus.


The pain due to Dyspaerunia may occur repeatedly either before, during, or after sexual intercourse. It is one of the common problems in women. It can be primary or secondary; it may also be classified superficial or deep, or as diffuse with every partner or situational i.e. with particular partner. In one study approximately 9% women suffer with pain during sex. In many cases it disturbs the family life also. This vaginal/ genital pain may occur due to various below mentioned causes.


In vaginismus involuntary painful contraction of vaginal entry muscles (i.e. vaginal opening) is so painful that entry is virtually impossible. So that due to spasm of introitus muscles there occurs virtual closure of the vaginal opening with significant pain. Vaginismus is one of the causes of Dyspareunia. This is one of the common cause of coital pain & even this one of the important cause for non-consummation of marriage. This can be classified as lifelong or situational. Similarly it may be classified as primary from beginning or secondary means started later in life. It is found in approximately one percent of women. In future She starts avoiding sex.