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is vaginismus is curable?

By June 7, 2011 - 3:02pm
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hi there
im not diagnosed by any doctor.but i did my own research.what do i have.why i cant do penetration. why i feel during sexual intercourse.my partner is hitting a brick wall.and never been able to do penetration.this problem badly effecting our relationship.i have been sexually abused in my childhood.abuser never try to arouse me always he had direct penetration.and never hurt me.my behavior during the abuse was.i was pretending him .i m in sleep.he been abusing me from age 8 to 14.afterwards in the age of 17 or 18.i dont exactly remember that age.anyway now im 34 years of age living in UK.my GP referred me to the sexual mental health clinic.about 4 months are gone attending clinic.couldnt get any hope what so ever.by this website i come to know about this vaginismus dasiease.my condition is exactly same during sex.i just wanted to know is this problem is curable.is there any chance i can do normal healthy sex with my partner.please reply me in detail

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Thank you for finding EmpowHer and I hope that I can guide you to the information that you are looking for. Briefly, vaginismus is an uncontrolled and involuntary spasm of the muscles in the vagina.
Here is the link to Vaginismus Home Page:
Click on the links in the left column to learn more about causes, treatments and articles contributed by EmpowHer members.
I hope that the information on this page will be helpful to you.

June 7, 2011 - 5:16pm
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