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Vaginal pain and not able to intercourse
We started having intercourse recently but not able to have intercourse and she is feeling pain and feeling her vaginal opening is small. We tried different positions but I was not able to insert deep as she is feeling pain. What to do please suggest.
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Hi.. this condition is called vaginismus.. there can be various reasons for this pain.. including physical and psychological reasons. Please consult a gynecologist first to rule out any physical reasons. If everything is normal during vaginal examination and scan.. you can consult a psychiatrist for further evaluation and management.
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Take proper counseling It will be cure
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Don't worry... Use oil or lube... Do proper foreplay before sex.. Take proper counseling to clear all ur doubts..
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U take to try urself slowly. No treatment required .
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It seems maybe you are not going inside the right hole. We might connect to discuss on the same. Would be happy to help you.
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It could be vaginismus, but definitely do rule out any physical concerns with a gynecologist first.
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Consult
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