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Do you have a tight vagina?
People think a tight vagina is good, when in fact this can create multiple problems such as pain during intercourse. 1 in 5 women have pain with intercourse, also called dyspareunia, and this can include pain with the use of a tampon or during a pap smear. The complete inability to penetrate is called vaginismis. This issue is most likely to affect women postpartum, during menopause, athletes, and those with a history of sexual abuse/trauma. One effective way to treat this issue is to see a pelvic health physiotherapist who will show you how to release and stretch your pelvic floor muscles. Your pelvic floor muscles are a sling of muscles that connect your pubic bone to your tailbone and also connect from one sits bone to the other sits bone.
If you experience pain during penetration that you should not be performing your Kegels! I repeat NO KEGELS!
Talking about pelvic floor is private and under-reported. Suffering is optional. Pelvic floor physiotherapy is proven to be effective consistently through research studies and case reports. The Big “O” does not have to mean the Big “Ouch” so enjoy sex again and Bring Your Sexy Back!
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy is NOW available in our Cobourg and Oshawa Clinics.
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