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Suffering from vaginismus, unable to conceive, difficult for partner to penetrate vagina. Cure?

Hi, I have been married for 4 years now but we have been unable to consummate. I have visited several gynecologists as well as a psychiatrist ... They have said that anatomically things are okay but I have vaginismus . We have been following the psychiatrist s exercises for 3-4 months now but there has not been any improvement in terms of penetration. Please help.
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
Since you have already consulted gynaecologist and psychiatrist and they have ruled out any anatomical defect.There are some factors which are contributary to vgismus and you should take care of these factors for successful penetration.The first being how much comfortable you are with your partener,how much foreplay both of you are doing before actual penetration,how much knowledge of anatomy and physiolgy of sex organs you are having and finally one of most important factor how much afraid of, you are of sexual act.I think cause of your vagismus lies with fear of having pain during sex.You should relax before and during the process of sexual act and take care of above mentioned factors.To allay fear of pain during sex, you can use lubricants in the begning.The lubricants are freely available with the medical stores.This will help you in successful pentration.
Hope this answers your question.
Answered: Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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