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Posted by: leila | 2011-01-10

sex

newly wed. wife has low libido, cant get vagina to open to get penis in. do I need to see a dr?

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From what you are describing your wife might be suffering from a condition we call – Vaginismis. The PC muscles (the muscles involved with contracting and relaxing during sex goes into a kind of a spasm) contracting so tightly that it makes it almost impossible to penetrate and usually causes a lot of pain. It is advisable to seek the professional advice from a medical practitioner/ psychologist that specifically works in the field of sexual health. It is imperative to address the matter as soon as possible as the longer you wait the more difficult it might become to address and unnecessarily emotional psychological pain could have been prevented.

You can read also more about vaginismis on our website – www.sexualhealth.co.za. You are welcome to phone our helpline – 0860100262 where you could be assisted in finding a practitioner as close as possible to you.

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Our users say:
Posted by: ampie | 2011-01-12

it will stay like that,its called......marriage

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Posted by: sexologist | 2011-01-12

From what you are describing your wife might be suffering from a condition we call – Vaginismis. The PC muscles (the muscles involved with contracting and relaxing during sex goes into a kind of a spasm) contracting so tightly that it makes it almost impossible to penetrate and usually causes a lot of pain. It is advisable to seek the professional advice from a medical practitioner/ psychologist that specifically works in the field of sexual health. It is imperative to address the matter as soon as possible as the longer you wait the more difficult it might become to address and unnecessarily emotional psychological pain could have been prevented.

You can read also more about vaginismis on our website – www.sexualhealth.co.za. You are welcome to phone our helpline – 0860100262 where you could be assisted in finding a practitioner as close as possible to you.

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Posted by: Intruder | 2011-01-11

TELL HER TO RELAX RELAX RELAX and only then can you enjoy. Sex is such a beautiful thing, and yet we worry about simple things when engaging in the secret flood of love expressed through physical contact and gentle penetration. To be able to make love you need only five things the rest should be shoved aside.
1.You need a " loving"  partner - check if she wants it - her mind might be somewhere else or with someone else
2.You need a pair of hands to touch - use the finger to prepare the way for the penis
3.You need lips to kiss - kiss passionately
4.You need sexual organs to penetrate - don''t rush wait till it is wet inside
5.You need a brain to provide the satifaction - Blow her mind off

I would advice some sensual four play, if not go down on her to wet things up for penis to get inside.
But heaven know it can''t stay shut, if a baby''s head can come out of there, then a penis surely has to go in there, nothing to do with low libido.
If this doesn''t work she has got serious mind probs

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