What is Vaginismus Disease?

Many women, when they reach the name of this sexual problem they have experienced, on the internet for the first time, are despondent, saying, “What is vaginismus, what does vaginismus mean, why did I have such a sexual problem?” Most couples think that these problems are only with them.

Vaginismus is the inability to fully achieve sexual intercourse as a result of involuntary contraction of the vagina during sexual intercourse.

In this section, there is information about the treatment of vaginismus disease and the vaginismus exercise that you can do yourself at home.

What does vaginismus mean?
Vaginismus disease is defined as the inability to have sexual intercourse as a result of involuntary (uncontrolled) contraction of the pelvic floor muscles located in the lower 1/3 of the vagina in women.

Normally, while the vaginal muscles work under the control of the person, they contract strongly just before the penis enters during sexual intercourse, preventing the penis from entering.

In fact, vaginismus is not a disease but a “symptom”, that is, a finding. In other words, vaginismus is a way of manifesting itself rather than a disease.

Depending on the degree of vaginismus disease, involuntary muscle contractions can be seen in the whole body, especially in the waist, groin area, hips and legs.

What is vaginismus disease? different recipes
Vaginismus disease is a ‘sex phobia’, that is, the fear of having sexual intercourse. Although foreplay is extremely comfortable and full of pleasure, it is when the woman tenses herself in fear and does not allow the relationship at the time of intercourse. It is also known as inability to have sexual intercourse in women.

Vaginismus is also referred to as ‘procrastination avoidance disease’. The solution of the problem is constantly postponed, and the work is made intolerable with various excuses.

Vaginismus is a sexual anxiety problem.

What causes vaginismus disease?
The reason for involuntary muscle contractions, which are observed as a symptom of vaginismus disease, is the unconscious, inaccurate, exaggerated and incomplete information about sexuality and sexual intercourse. These are called “cognitive distortions”.

Gender identity develops from a very early age in people. The period in which sexual identity is formed most rapidly is the “Oedipus period (Oedipus period)” or “Oedipal period”, which takes place between the ages of 3-5. In this period, messages containing sexual information received from both parents and the environment, namely cognitive distortions, can create lifelong lasting effects on people.

Premature ejaculation, erection problem, sexual reluctance in men and vaginismus, sexual reluctance, frigidity, anorgasmia (inability to have an orgasm) in women can often be explained by events experienced in the oedipal period and messages received directly or indirectly (indirectly).

How is the treatment of vaginismus disease?
Dynamic, cognitive and behavioral approaches are applied in the treatment of vaginismus disease and other sexual therapies. This treatment approach is called “holistic sexual therapy” or “holistic sexual therapy”.

The aim of holistic sexual treatments is to correct the mistakes produced by the wrong information that has been going on since childhood. Developing the right emotions and behaviors instead of wrong behaviors plays a key role in solving sexual problems.

Vaginismus is a couple’s problem…
Although vaginismus is seen as a woman-related problem, it should not be forgotten that it has a couple problems. Always seeing vaginismus as a family problem; that is, it is extremely important to consider it as a common problem of men and women. For this reason, spouses should never blame each other and should be understanding towards each other, especially during the treatment.

Vaginismus disease is not only a problem for you, it is a common sexual dysfunction that is seen intensely in five continents of the world and in our country.

Scientific and up-to-date treatment methods are applied in the vaginismus treatments given by us. These include cognitive and behavioral therapies. In necessary cases (albeit very rarely), surgical methods can also be applied.

What is vaginismus disease?
After vaginismus treatment, the life of couples changes as it is. Their feelings of love, respect and compassion for each other get stronger, and a completely different period begins in marriage.

Many vaginismus patients use similar sentences after treatment; “What is vaginismus, it was not worth my time for such an easy solution, if only I had come to treatment earlier without wearing myself out so much, it would never have been a problem that we could have solved on my own…”

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