Painful intercourse

Painful intercourse (dyspareunia)

Generally thought of as a female dysfunction but also affects males. Pain can occur anywhere.
Mentioned in: Sexual Dysfunction
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Many women who receive the O-Shot--or Orgasm Shot--at the Dallas Anti-Aging Institute are reporting an increase in the quality and frequency of their orgasms, and the elimination of painful intercourse and urinary incontinence.
8220;Recent studies show that patients treated with the MonaLisa Laser showed significant improvement in vaginal dryness and painful intercourse.
However, sometimes, they may cause urinary retention, painful micturition, painful intercourse, (13) poor cosmesis, and distortion of urinary stream.
For most patients the implant is effective but 400 Scots women - including campaigners Olive McIlroy and Elaine Holmes - have come forward after having crippling abdominal and pelvic pain, urinary problems, painful intercourse, vaginal scarring and the need for further operations.
For most patients, the implant is effective but a number of women have come forward after experiencing abdominal and pelvic pain, urinary problems, painful intercourse, vaginal scarring and the need for further operations.
DEAR HUSBAND: Most women who experience painful intercourse would seek medical attention.
Vaginal dryness, soreness and painful intercourse - can be relieved.
The most common problems that affect sexual health include decreased libido, painful intercourse, inability to have an orgasm, erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation.
The patient's chief complaint was painful intercourse and she elected to proceed with a resection.
It offers its services to women with such symptoms as fecal or urinary incontinence, painful or nonhealing episiotomy, anal fissures, third-or fourth-degree lacerations, rectovaginal fistulas, postpartum urinary retention, pelvic organ prolapse, and painful intercourse.
Arousal is usually slow or infrequent, painful intercourse may be alleviated by use of lubricants, and non-orgasmic response can be expected and should not be considered terminal.
Local symptoms such as painful intercourse, vaginal dryness, itching, burning, and soreness are caused, like other menopausal symptoms, by the gradual decline of oestrogen production in ovaries.