Pain in the Sexual Relationship and Treatment
Pain in the Sexual Relationship and Treatment
How to describe the pain of sexual intercourse?
Feelings of discontent such as pain, pain, burning, stinging during sexual intercourse for at least 6 months are described as pain problem in sexual intercourse. This sexual problem, which is very common all over the world, closely affects women’s social lives, marriage or partner relationships, self-confidence and psychological health. In the recent classification system by the US Psychiatric Association, this problem was in the same class as Pen vaginismus ’in the group of Genitopelvic Pain and Penetration Disorder. The problem of sexual intercourse pain can be treated today.
Causes of pain in sexual intercourse?
There may be superficial, deep, psychological, periodic and spouse reasons.
Causes of superficial sexual intercourse pain:
Vaginal infections, external genital infections (HPV or HSV infections), urinary tract infections, bladder stones, Vulvar Vestibulitis (inflammation of the vagina entrance), Bartholin’s gland cysts, abscesses are among the causes of superficial sexual intercourse.
Causes of deep sexual intercourse pain:
Endometriosis disease, intraabdominal adhesions (caesarean section, appendicitis, bowel or bladder surgery), intraabdominal masses, tumors, abscess infections (uterus, tube and ovaries), myomas, ovarian cysts, bowel and bladder problems, uterine inversion can be caused.
Vajinismus problem (as a result of involuntary contractions related to anxiety in the relationship), Sexual reluctance, arousal and disgust, Depression, anxiety disorder, Somatization disorder can be counted among these reasons.
The first three months of pregnancy (due to reluctance and fear), Breastfeeding period, Menopause, Drug use are periodic causes.
Attached to partner
Incompatibility with the spouse, Communication problems, past and unrecorded traumas, Premature ejaculation in the past, erectile dysfunction or sexual reluctance can be counted among the partner-related reasons.
Is it possible to treat sexual intercourse?
Yeah. Today, it has become possible with modern treatment methods. Treatments should be completely oriented.
Vulvar What is Vestibulitis Syndrome (VVS)?
At the entrance of the vagina shows sharp pain, burning and stinging. Patients describe this deep pain they experienced during intercourse as derin salting the open wound Hast. In time, vaginal dryness, orgasm and sexual reluctance problems arise.
What is the treatment of the vulvar vestibulitis problem?
First of all, it is necessary to make the diagnosis clear. After the diagnosis is made, medical treatment methods are first tried. Vaginal infections should be treated if any. Oxalate crystals in whole urine were also shown to be effective. If, after all, the problem still persists, the final solution is the surgical removal of the vulvar vestibulectomy, that is, surgical superficial and extensive removal of the skin tissue of this region. The possibility of a solution with this surgical procedure is quite high.
Pain due to vaginismus problem
Sexual intercourse may be related to vaginismus problem. In the vaginismus problem, sexual intercourse cannot be possible in any way, and in some cases it is difficult and painful in the presence of contractions. In this case, cognitive behavioral sexual therapy methods are applied.
For the treatment of vaginismus, it is important to learn about the sexuality, the first night, the right information about the hymen and genital organs, and then to use the vaginal muscles correctly with some pelvic floor muscle exercises. In this way, the problem can be overcome permanently. In addition, additional and complementary methods such as acupuncture, EMDR and hypnotherapy can be used in the treatment of vaginismus. Teamwork is important in treatments.
What can you expect if the problem of pain in sexual intercourse cannot be cured?
If the pain is not treated, the loss of self-confidence may be the cause of depression, unhappiness and depression. In addition, such sexual problems can become a problem of marriage by growing. Violence can lead to a process that leads to deception and divorce. In time, the problem of increasing sexual reluctance may lead to getting away from sexuality and not wanting sexual relations in any way. Even in the male partner may cause premature ejaculation, sexual aversion and erection problems.
Treatment of sexual intercourse pain is possible!
Nowadays – regardless of the origin – it is possible to treat sexual intercourse pain. First of all, a definitive diagnosis should be made, causes or causes should be determined, and then treatment for cause should be applied. Although the problem is often physical, it can sometimes be of psychological origin. Sometimes both physical and psychological reasons are combined, and medical therapies are combined with psychological therapies. Thus, team work is important in treatment success.