Vaginismus and sexual reluctance

Vaginismus, which is the inability to unite as a result of involuntary contraction of the muscles in the vagina, or the painful / painful realization of vaginismus, can cause loss of sexual interest if not treated.

This phobic reaction, which is related to the union experienced by women with vaginismus, can weaken all images of sexuality over time. Many vaginismus women have no problems with foreplay or clitoral orgasms. Vaginal wetting occurs during sexual arousal. When it’s time to unite, the pleasures are replaced by fear and anxiety, dryness and convulsions. This phobic confrontation, which comes right after the feeling of pleasure, causes the mind to weaken other pleasures and decrease interest. As a result, no one wants to face their phobia.

In general, the basis of sexual reluctance seen in vaginismus is the fear that “the end will come together”. Vaginismus can get sexual pleasure in touching and making love without the concern of union.

Loss of sexual interest due to reunion anxiety causes couples to distance themselves from each other, to become alienated, and to share less. This asexual life, which started with the effect of vaginismus, brings with it a very challenging and disappointing environment for couples.

After the treatment of vaginismus, which negatively affects both private and social life, it may take some time for the woman to adapt to an active sexual life. It is important for couples to receive sexual therapy in order to reconstruct the image of sexuality, which is completely kneaded by fears and misinformation, and to meet the pleasure dimension of reunion. In this way, the new information acquired can take the form of behavior and the time for the mind to adapt to it is accelerated. In this way, a healthy sexual life, which is the basis of a healthy marriage, is achieved.

Vaginismus and sexual reluctance due to vaginismus can be treated in a short time with professional support.

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