Dyspareunia in women

Cristian DELCEA

Department of Advanced Studies in Sexology, Sexology Institute of Romania

International Journal of Advanced Studies in Sexology
Volume 1, 2019 | Issue 1, Pages 1-12 | Published online: 2019

Citation: Delcea C. (2019) Dyspareunia in women. Int J Advanced Studies in Sexology. Vol. 1, Issue 1, pp. 1-12. Sexology Institute of Romania.

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Dyspareunia is a genital pain that occurs just before, during or after intercourse. The factors involved can be physical or psychological. Women with dyspareunia may complain of a well-defined and localized pain or they may express a general disinterest in and dissatisfaction with intercourse that results from the associated discomfort. Although dyspareunia is presentin both sexes, it is far more common in women, with the pain initiating in several areas, from vulvar surfaces to deep pelvic structures. Worldwide prevalence of dyspareunia in women is 15% and can be maintained depending on partner, stimulation, etc. or regardless partner, stimulation, etc. The disorder may emerge from the beginning of the sexual life or begin after a period of relatively normal sexual function.

Keywords: dyspareunia in women, s-on, therapy, testing, evaluation, sexual disorders

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