apareunia

a·par·eu·ni·a

(ă-par-yū'nē-ă),
Absence or impossibility of coitus.
[G. a- priv. + para, alongside, + eunē, bed]

apareunia

/apa·reu·nia/ (a″pah-roo´ne-ah) impossibility of sexual intercourse.

apareunia

[ā′pəro̅o̅′nē·ə]
an inability to perform coitus caused by a physical or psychological sexual dysfunction.
Total coital impairment

apareunia

Sexology Total coital impairment. Cf Dyspareunia.
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Ways of achieving this differ across regions; however, the complications are similar: urinary problems, repeated genital infection and especially apareunia.
Table 1: Profile of Patients with FGM Case Age Parity Type Background Complications (years) of FGM circumstances 1 22 0 2 - Cyst 2 25 1 2 - Cyst 3 25 2 2 - Cyst 4 31 2 2 - Cyst 5 38 1 2 - Cyst 6 24 1 2 - Cyst 7 19 0 2 - Cyst 8 19 0 2 - Cyst 9 20 0 3 Apareunia Closure of vulva 10 14 0 2 - Cyst 11 20 0 3 Apareunia Closure of vulva 12 26 0 3 Apareunia Closure of vulva 13 27 2 2 - Anorgasmia 14 15 0 3 Dysuria Closure of vulva Case Actions 1 Cystectomy 2 Cystectomy 3 Cystectomy 4 Cystectomy 5 Cystectomy 6 Cystectomy 7 Cystectomy 8 Cystectomy 9 Cystectomy 10 Cystectomy 11 Defibulation 12 Defibulation and clitoroplasty 13 Clitoroplasty 14 Defibulation
A case was presented with transverse vaginal septum presenting with complaint of apareunia.
A 22-year-old recently married women presented with complaint of apareunia.
Primary indications for defibulation were being pregnant (30%), dysmenorrhea (30%), apareunia (20%), and dyspareunia (15%).