Causes of Painful Sex and How to Relieve It
No one wants sex to be uncomfortable, and yet despite that, for millions of women, sex can end up being uncomfortable or even painful. Known as Dyspareunia, painful intercourse can lead to problems with self-esteem, relationships, and feeling unsatisfied. Luckily, there are treatments available – such as vaginal loosening – that can not only help reduce the amount of discomfort and pain felt during sex but can eliminate it altogether! No matter your age or the reason for your sexual discomfort, there is a treatment that can help you get back to feeling more like yourself. Meaning you can go back to having enjoyable sexual encounters again!
What Causes Painful Sex?
Painful sex, or Dyspareunia, can be caused by a variety of different conditions, as well as age, pregnancy, and hormonal imbalances. Painful sex can also be caused by stress, vaginal dryness, menopause, hormonal imbalances, but is frequently associated with a “too tight” vagina.
Treatments for Painful Sex
There are many treatments available to women suffering from pain during sexual intercourse – from lubricants to vaginal dilators, but none is quite as effective as Dr. Ghozland’s Intimate Renewal – a vaginal loosening procedure that will change the way you look at sexual encounters!
Vaginal Loosening for Painful Sex
Vaginal Loosening, also known as The Intimate Renewal, can help with painful sex – especially if the vaginal opening is too small. A small opening can be what is causing the pain. The procedure, which is safe for women of any age, is done to help alleviate a painful sex issue using lasers, PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatments, medications, and a surgical procedure to correct any underlying concerns and help women feel more confident in the bedroom. While vaginal loosening can often be combined with other gynecological procedures, it is usually performed on its own.
Recovery from Vaginal Loosening
The vaginal loosening procedure takes about an hour and is performed with local anesthesia to minimize any pain and discomfort during the procedure. After the procedure is completed, women should take it easy and rest for a few days. Within only a few weeks, they may resume their sex life – without the pain they previously experienced before the procedure!
If you would like to learn more about vaginal loosening or to schedule a consultation to discuss this procedure more in-depth, please call the office of Dr. Ghozland today!