Painful Sex and Vaginal Spasms

Understanding your Partner’s Traumatic Experience of Painful Sex

Are you frustrated with your sex life? Don’t know why your girlfriend is experiencing painful sex? Unsure about how to help her overcome the chronic traumatic sexual pain that she experiences? Maybe your partner has disclosed that she just received a vaginismus, vulvodynia, or Genito-Pelvic Pain Penetration Disorder (GPPPD) diagnosis. Maybe you knew that she […]

Dyspareunia – Painful Sexual Intercourse

Pain Before, During and After Intercourse: It Could Be Dyspareunia    Dyspareunia, is defined as recurrent and persistent genital pain that occurs before, during or after intercourse. This pain can be sharp, dull, brief or long lasting. Diagnosis typically occures when it is determined that the pain is not caused by anatomical, physiological or pharmaceutical […]

Vulvar Vestibulitis Treatment in Philadelphia

Self-Help Tips for Satisfying Sexual Experiences when you have Vulvar Vestibulitis

Too Tight

Too tight? What to do to relax the vaginal muscles.

Sexual Pain Glossary

Sexual Pain Glossary If you have been experiencing sexual pain for some time now and are beginning a course of treatment, you may hear many different terms to describe your condition and the necessary treatment. These new terms may be confusing and at times sound like a different language.

Painful Intercourse

Painful Intercourse: Most women who are sexually active with a partner at some point in their life may experience a sharp pain during intercourse.

Overcoming Sexual Pain Philadelphia

Overcoming Sexual Pain in a group setting- Learn about our Sexual Pain Group located in Center City Philadelphia

Female Sexual Pain

Female Sexual Pain – Some of the conditions that cause female sexual pain include: vulvodynia, endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, sexually transmitted infections, vaginal infections, fibroids, ovarian cysts, cervical problems, or lack of vaginal lubrication.

Taking Control of Pelvic Pain

Taking Control Of Pelvic Pain: from the perspective of a phsysical therapist.