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Dry vagina. Discomfort during intercourse. Serious?

i am 27 and just married .my husband is facing problems while we are doing sex .my vagina is to dry when i am excited also then also its dry.my husband is facing problem at time of fingering and as well as at time of fucking also ..my vagina is so hard that hes not able get his finger and his penis full into my vagina ..he tried for 7 times and was not able to get his penis fully inside..with the help of condom also hes able to get only a half of it ..and if he forces or pushes his penis it come outside .please help me ..is it serius problem
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi,

BASED on the information it seems like problem is in 2 different folds lets discuss it one by one and i will try my level best to make it as simple as possible so bear with me here,

*(A) VAGINAL dryness - It's an issue mostly seen in the women who has less amount of hormone ESTROGEN -(female sex chemical) which is released by ovary, now its common in old age when the women normally stops period after 55 years of age but its a major issue for women at your age that 27 and newly married.
CAUSES- for low estrogen are multiple and need to be checked using various blood test along with other diagnostic tests like ULTRASOUND of ovary /and may even need MRI-BRAIN- incase of issues with in glands in brain to pin point the cause.

ADVICE:
1) CONSULT OB/GYN - to get the system checked as chances are their you may face issues with pregnancy in future so please get through check,
2) Meanwhile you can solve the issue initially by using any lubricant / baby body oil will work to.

*(B) VAGINA TO HARD/TIGHT TO PENETRATE- The condition is know as "VAGINISMUS" in which the muscle of the vaginal wall do not relax as it needs to allow entry for penis.
CAUSES: psychological mainly, generalized anxiety, vulvar vestibulitis syndrome (mild vaginal infection), prior forced sexual attempt , fear of sex.

TREATMENT:-
1) Slow relaxation and taking some time to adopt the situation (try it first if not working the 2nd step )
2) HAGER'S dilator - its a procedure where a steel instrument with progressive be larger diameter is used to slowly open and relax the vaginal wall (done by OB/GYN)

ADVICE : CONSULT LOCAL OB/GYN and let her know the problems and he/she will help you in above mention procedure.

Hope it helps.

Answered: Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Natasha Chetty's  Response
Hello thank you for your query
I need to know a few questions
Have you had sexual partners in the past and if yes have you had the same problem ?
Have you tried to use a lubricant yet
Is your husband a big guy with a large penis ?
Do you have pain when you try to have intercourse or when he inserts his fingers ?
Do you have any other gynaecological symptoms ?

If you have not tried lubrication try that and also try to relax before sex . Take a bath together or get him to massage you. I would suggest longer foreplay as well to really relax into sex .
Try these and get back to me after a week .

Hope this helps
Answered: Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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