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Vulvar Cancer: Often Misdiagnosed as an Abscess
Download from iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/vulvar-cancer-often-misdiagnosed/id431848216?i=97376989 Vulvar cancer is rare, with around 4,000 women in the United States diagnosed each year. Doctors often misdiagnose vulvar cancer as an abscess, but if caught early it is highly curable with little disfigurement or sexual dysfunction. Charles Levenback, M.D., and Anuja Jhingran, M.D., both professors in the Department of Gynecologic Oncology at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, discuss the basics, diagnoses and treatment of vulvar cancer.
Changes in Sexual and Vaginal Health after Cancer Treatment
Psychologist Jeanne Carter describes common changes in sexual and vaginal health that can occur after cancer treatment.
How Vaginal Dilators Help with Painful Sex, Vaginismus, Vulvodynia, Cancer, Etc. - Intimate Rose
Learn how Intimate Rose Vaginal Dilators help to train the body to eliminate pain with sex. Made with medical grade, BPA-free, body safe silicone as soft as a rose petal, these dilators were created by a doctor of physical therapy and pelvic health expert to specifically help those struggling with pain. Visit our website and learn more about our products at https://www.intimaterose.com/ View this video on the Intimate Rose webpage: https://www.intimaterose.com/pages/video-how-dilators-help-with-painful-sex-penetration Intimate Rose Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/IntimateRose/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/intimaterose/
Views: 1214 Intimate Rose
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Surgical Management in Women with painful intercourse caused by neuroproliferative vestibulodynia
Views: 13726 Rachel Rubin
How cancer treatment affects sexuality in women | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Up to 75% of women experience acute menopause, vaginal dryness, and loss of libido after treatment for gynecological and other cancers. Dr. Sharon Bober, Director of the Sexual Health Program discusses treatment options, such as hormonal replacement therapy, physical therapy and vaginal dilation to help women regain their sexual functioning after cancer. Find out more about survivorship at: http://www.dana-farber.org/For-Adult-Cancer-Survivors.aspx
Female Sexual Dysfunction Post Gynecologic Cancer Treatment - ACOG 2018
ACOG TV talks to Lauren Streicher, MD, Course Director of this important session and topic. Dr. Streicher talks about the importance of patients circling back to their Ob-Gyn after receiving cancer treatment.
Views: 33 WebsEdgeHealth
Vaginal Bumps - Understanding When It's a Problem or Not
http://man1health.com Victoria Johnson has a master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor, and an EMDR trained therapist. In her counseling practice, Victoria specializes in working with individuals with sexual relationship issues, sexual dysfunction, sexual trauma, sexual addictions, and transgendered individuals among other areas of focus. No woman wants to find a bump down below. A sexual health expert decodes different female bumps and when it is time to go to the doctor.
Views: 151021 V. Johnson
Sexual difficulty for women after cancer treatment - Macmillan Cancer Support
Isabel White, a CRUK Post-doctoral Research Fellow, gives advice and demonstrates the tools available to women to help with possible sexual side effects of cancer treatment. For more information about cancer and sex, visit http://www.macmillan.org.uk/information-and-support/coping/relationships/your-sex-life-and-sexuality Subscribe: http://bit.ly/UsAbto Twitter: https://twitter.com/macmillancancer Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/macmillancancer
Is There Sex After Cancer?
80 - 90% of ovarian and breast cancer survivors have issues with sexuality, explains Dr. Elena Ratner. Returning to normal levels of intimacy is vital to the recovery process; Yale combines medical and psychological care to help women re-connect with their best selves. The Sexuality, Intimacy, and Menopause clinic (SIMS), is one of the first programs in the country to focus on rebuilding the lives of women after they have survived cancer. The clinic aims to help female cancer survivors, most of whom have survived uterine, ovarian, vulvar, or breast cancer, to reconnect with their bodies, sexuality, and loved ones by addressing problems ranging from loss of sex drive to early onset menopause. The clinic was started by gynecological oncologist Dr Elena Ratner and Dr. Mary Jane Minkin, a specialist in menopause, in cooperation with Dr. Dwain Fehon, PsyD, the chief of psychiatric services at Yale-New Haven Hospital. Together they employ a “multidisciplinary approach,” combining medical and psychological approaches to cancer treatment. Survivors can choose from various treatment options including: acupuncture, reike, physical therapy, counseling, and both medical and herbal remedies.
What are the most common sexual problems faced by women & men after cancer?
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Painful Sex After Menopause
Vaginal Atrophy, or thinning of the vaginal lining, affects 1 out of every 3 women in the U.S. It causes vaginal dryness, painful intercourse and frequent bladder infections. There is a natural treatment that stops the pain by healing the vaginal lining AND it reduces your risk of Cancer.
Views: 2836 Clark Hansen
Sex after Breast Cancer: solutions to sex problems after breast cancer treatment
Sex problems are a top concern among breast cancer survivors and experts estimate about half of breast cancer survivors experience sexual dysfunction. Fortunately, early detection and effective treatment have helped so many women live longer, healthier lives - but common sexual challenges are still a major problem. Sexual satisfaction is an important part of a healthy life and full recovery means getting that love life back on track! That's why today's show gives information on how to start re-building a fulfilling sex life after breast cancer. Sex changes after cancer, but with patience, trust, and love, sex can become very satisfying and lots of fun again. In today's show, America's Sex Educator guides survivors (and those who love them) in a thoughtful conversation about: 1) common sexual symptoms after treatment (you're not alone!) 2) vaginal moisturizers for daily use 3) lubes to use that won't mess up your toys 4) info to discuss with your doctor so they take you seriously! 5) managing stress through yoga (and couples counseling - yeah, threw that in there too) Remember to share this video with someone you love. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For your daily dose of nooky knowledge, join Dr. Sonjia: facebook http://facebook.com/drsonjia twitter: http://twitter.com/drsonjia?_rdr=p subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/drsonjia ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Vulvar Pain Vulvodynia   Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments   Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine
Vulvodynia is chronic vulvar pain that has typically been going on for over six months. Symptoms of vulvodynia include a sensation of throbbing or burning, or some patients say a rawness in the area. Learn more about symptoms, treatments, and vulvodynia and vulvar pain in this video. To learn more about the doctors and the pelvic health practice please visit our website at: https://www.pelvicrehabilitation.com/ You can also follow our path to bringing exposure to pelvic health concerns on our social media channels. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/PelvicRehabilitation/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/pelvicrehabilitation/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/PelvicRehab **** Transcript: Vulvodynia is vulvar pain. For vulvodynia to be labeled chronic, it has to be going on for over six months. Symptoms of vulvodynia include a sensation of throbbing or burning, or some patients say a rawness in the area, that can be heightened with intercourse specifically, or for some patients it's heightened with prolonged sitting. There could be an underlying hormonal imbalance that leads to vulvodynia. There could be an allergic reaction, it could be secondary to pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, there also could be a potential injury or damage to a nerve that innervates the vulva area. An additional cause of vulvodynia could be recurrent vaginal infections. Vulvodynia can either be constant or intermittent. It can be described as provoked or unprovoked. Provoked meaning when you touch the area there's pain, but if you're not touching the area there is not pain. Vulvodynia can be generalized where the entire vulvar hurts a patient, or it could be localized to a specific area in the vulva. So the pelvic floor musculature, which is a sling of muscles, can have trigger points just like any other muscle in the body. It can benefit from a release of the trigger point. Sometimes it's myofascial release from a physical therapist and sometimes it can be from a trigger point injection performed by a physician, where you would like to break up the trigger point and release the tension, ultimately increasing blood flow to the area. And blood flow is healing and provides oxygenation and will overall make the muscles feel better.
Vaginal Laser Treatment for Post-Cancer Medical Menopause - MonaLisa Touch Review
To skip around, here is a quick list of what I cover in the video: Why did I get this done? 1:01 What does the laser feel like? 1:50 What are the immediate side effects? 2:38 What are my final results? 3:12 Does MonaLisa Touch® really work? 3:44 My other issues causing sexual problems (lack of hormones & vaginismus).  4:07 My biggest complaint with MonaLisa Touch®. 6:04 My closing advice. 6:43 It took several months, but I have finally finished my three MonaLisa Touch® Vaginal Laser treatments, with to goal of reducing dryness and restoring elasticity caused by medical menopause induced by breast cancer treatments. Don't know what MonaLisa Touch® is, watch my Q&A video with Dr. Randy Fink as we dive into all of the details.  https://youtu.be/4uJMzo2UfX4 Cancer Grad is redefining the cancer experience. Are you a Cancer Graduate? Go to http://www.CancerGrad.org to join the community. https://www.facebook.com/CancerGrad/ https://www.instagram.com/CancerGrad For more information about MonaLisa Touch®, you can go to http://www.smilemonalisa.com All music used is royalty free from iTunes.
Views: 4585 My Breast Choice
Breast Cancer and Vaginal Atrophy
Dr. Anna Cabeca empowers the modern women to escape the suffering and stereotypes of menopause, returning her to an energetic body, a clear mind, a connected spirit, and a shining example of feminine love. Come along on a fantastic health journey with Dr. Anna Cabeca and join our thriving community to learn tips to keep you happier, healthier and thriving!!! Join her community to gain knowhow, pure inspiration and motivation with Dr. Anna at DrAnnaCabeca.com -ABOUT DR. ANNA- Dr. Anna Cabeca is an Emory University trained and board certified Gynecologist and Obstetrician. In addition, she is board certified in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine and an expert in Functional Medicine and Women’s Health. She specializes in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and natural alternatives, successful menopause and age management medicine. Dr. Cabeca is a frequent national and international speaker on restorative and women’s health issues. She serves as a consultant and trainer for other physicians in Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy and Functional Medicine Principles. Dr. Cabeca is the creator of the highly acclaimed virtual transformational programs: WomensRestorativeHealth.com, SexualCPR.com, and MagicMenopause.com. She is also the creator of the superfoods drink Mighty Maca™ and the new feminine anti-aging cream, Julva™. Dr. Cabeca is passionate about supporting women (and the men that love them) in creating health and hormone balance for themselves as well as many generations to come. -YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED- Discover Julva®! https://drannacabeca.com/products/julva-trial-pack Julva® is an all-natural, anti-aging cosmetic cream for your delicate feminine parts. Find out more about Mighty Maca® Plus! https://drannacabeca.com/products/mighty-maca Mighty Maca® Plus — the superfood green drink with 40+ amazing ingredients Check out our programs here: Sexual CPR: http://sexualcpr.com/helpdoctor/ Magic Menopause: https://go.magicmenopause.com/waiting-list Catch up with Dr. Anna’s Latest News: http://drannacabeca.com/blog/ Need help with something else? Email us at Team@DrAnnaCabeca.com -CONNECT WITH DR. ANNA- Website: http://drannacabeca.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Drannac/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/annacabeca Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/cabecahealth Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/drcabeca/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drannacabeca/
Study Reveals Women With Cancer Have Sexual Health Concerns
A new study reveals that female cancer patients have concerns related to sexual health that span all types and stages of cancer diagnosis. The study analyzed 109 published articles and studies published between 1990 and 2016. Researchers found that women diagnosed with cancer experience unique and changing concerns and needs in relation to sexual health. Some of the concerns women reported were related to side effects from cancer treatments such as vaginal dryness, painful or difficult sex and vulvo-vaginal atrophy. Researchers found that women had sexual health concerns that were diverse, multiple and consisted along all types and stages of cancer. The main themes that came out of the study were how cancer affects female sexual well-being, physical impacts of cancer diagnosis and treatment, emotional impacts of cancer diagnosis and treatment and interventions for sexual dysfunction. https://www.upi.com/Health_News/2017/08/11/Study-reveals-sexual-health-concerns-in-women-with-cancer/1531502466397/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
Views: 136 Wochit News
Living and Thriving After Treatment for Anal Cancer: Addressing Long-Term Treatment Side Effects
At an educational forum for anal cancer survivors, a panel of experts discussed side effects often experienced by individuals treated for anal cancer. Panelists addressed the short and long-term quality of life effects after chemotherapy and radiation and management of these side effects. This event was sponsored by The HPV and Anal Cancer Foundation, the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, and the Farrah Fawcett Foundation. Co-sponsors include the UCSF Alliance Health Project, Project Inform, the Shanti Project, and the International Anal Neoplasia Society. Speakers included: Justine Almada, Executive Director, HPV and Anal Cancer Foundation Albert Chang, MD, Radiation Oncologist, UCSF Katherine Van Loon, MD, Medical Oncologist, UCSF Allison Palandrani, DPT, Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation Center Michael Berry, MD, Anal Neoplasia Clinic, UCS Joel Palefsky, MD, Anal Neoplasia Clinic UCSF, President of the International Anal Neoplasia Society After Justine Almada welcomes attendees, each speaker is introduced by Dr. Joel Palefsky. Dr. Chang 8:06 Describes routine chemoradiation treatment protocol for anal cancer. This presentation specifically is recommended for people who are just starting treatment. Dr. Van Loon 21:39 Describes followup after treatment, common long-term side effects, management of gastrointestinal and bone loss symptoms, survivor's fear of recurrence, and how to fight recurrence. Palandrani 35:38 Describes how pelvic rehabilitation can help improve chemoradiation side effects and how physical therapy can help with fatigue, lymphedema, muscle weakness, pelvic floor dysfunction, anal/vaginal stenosis, and incontinence. Dr. Berry 46:30 Discusses long-term followup after treatment for anal cancer and why it's important, specifics of the procedures used for follow-up, and what practitioners are looking for during follow-up. Dr. Berry also speaks about finding anal cancer in its precancerous stages and the different treatment options available. For more information about long-term side effect management, particularly gastrointestinal and sexual side effects, please see the slides from our Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center presentation, available here. http://www.analcancerfoundation.org/2013/10/16/october-anal-cancer-forum-an-inspiring-and-educational-evening/
Sexual Health & Cancer | Erectile Dysfunction | Memorial Sloan Kettering
Learn more about our cancer treatments here: http://www.mskcc.org/morescience Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sloankettering Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/sloan_kettering Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center sexual health specialist John Mulhall, MD discusses a range of topics including the optimal use of PDE5 inhibitors after cancer treatment, the role of nutraceuticals in sexual health, the effect of radiation treatment on ejaculation, climacturia or the release of urine during ejaculation, and the benefits of penile implants. {partial transcript} So the question was, what’s the problem with using Viagra more than once a day? The answer to that this is a labeling issue - labels negotiated between the company, Pfizer and the FDA, way back in 1996. The FDA decided that because this was the first generation drug in its class they wanted to be really cautious. So they suggested that you should use no more than one dose per day; however, the drug lasts for, probably, more than 12 hours. The worst thing that can happen to you is that you get side effects. For example, many men use two hundred milligrams of Viagra or forty milligrams of Cialis. The only problem is that they have very high instances of side effects. About seventy percent of men who have used over 200 milligrams of Viagra have at least one side effect – instances of increased headache, facial flushing, nasal congestion, blurred vision and heartburn. So there isn’t really a major problem. There are however groups of men who should not use Viagra, Lavitra and Cialis. This group of men is using nitroglycerin-containing medication – medications for coronary artery disease. The other group of men are those who are not fit enough to have sex.
Sexuality after 50: How Will Cancer and Chemotherapy Affect My Sex Life?
Sexuality is an important factor in quality of life after 50. So what happens if you receive a cancer diagnosis and undergo chemotherapy? How will cancer affect your sex life? A difficult topic to discuss even with your doctor. It is common for women to struggle with their body image, have less desire for sexual intimacy, and find that penetration during sexual activity has become painful. Some women experience a loss of desire for sex, an inability to have an orgasm, experience pain during sex or just do not find sex pleasurable. But for those who seek to maintain and desire an intimate relationship with their partner, there are means of coping and enjoying on a new level intimacy. Sexual health advocate Bonnie Gayle is back with a frank discussion on dealing with the sexual side effects of chemotherapy. What every woman (and man) needs to know. For more information about Bonnie Gayle, click here: http://bonniegayle.com/about/ To find out more about Boudoir Butter, click here: https://bgorganic.samcart.com/referral/Boudoir-Butter/ymzlUHpfInTSq3zU For an informative article on a Women's Guide to Sexuality During & After Cancer Treatment, click here: https://www.oncolink.org/support/sexuality-fertility/sexuality/women-s-guide-to-sexuality-during-after-cancer-treatment For more videos on Sexual Health and Intimacy, click here: https://2ndact.tv/category/videos/sex-and-intimacy/ 2nd Act TV is a resource full of motivation, inspiration and information for men and women over 50! Our content is focused on helping you get the most out of your 2nd half of life. Find us here! Home Base: http://2ndact.tv/ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwPd0szj4y97ZDIrwdywpkQ Our Blogs: http://2ndact.tv/blog/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2ndActTV/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/2ndacttv/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/2ndActTv
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Ovarian Cancer Treatments, Can These Influence Sexual Dysfunction?
Dr. Singh explains if ovarian cancer treatments can cause sexual dysfunction. For more information on ovarian cancer visit http://www.empowher.com/condition/ovarian-cancer.
Views: 109 EmpowHER
Tips for Sex After Cancer
Dr. Sueann Mark, clinical sexologist and cancer survivor, answers questions about how to have a happy post-cancer sex life.
Views: 2254 DrSueannMark
Cancer and Sexual Health – Mayo Clinic Women’s Health Clinic
For an appointment at the Mayo Clinic Women’s Health Clinic, please call 1-507-538-3270 or visit www.mayoclinic.org, and specify the Women’s Health Clinic. Cancer treatments, like chemotherapy and radiation, can cause sexual health concerns. Yet, sexual or sensual intimacy can maximize wellbeing and is important to consider even when challenged by a cancer diagnosis. It is important to recognize the multiple strategies available when treating sexual concerns. Don’t settle. Ask questions. Help is available. Vaginal Dryness - http://youtu.be/FuDr4ZZH7yY Considering Hormone Therapy - http://youtu.be/Sv_ePM22qKs
Views: 440 Mayo Clinic
Treating Intercourse Pain and Sexual Dysfunction
Clear Passage treats women who experience intercourse pain (dyspareunia) and sexual dysfunction caused by adhesions.
Views: 474 Clear Passage
Side Effect Management: Women's Reproductive Cancers
Women's reproductive cancers and treatment may cause side effects including fatigue, sexual dysfunction, vaginal pain or dryness, and digestive issues. Join Vikki F. Pedigo, MSN, WHNP-BC, Nurse Practitioner at the Women's Institute for Sexual Health in Nashville, TN to explore strategies and techniques to help you manage the sexual side effects of reproductive cancers. Margaret Martin RD, MS, LDN, CDE Nutrition Educator at PearlPoint Cancer Support will also provide tips and suggestions for controlling digestive issues, combating fatigue, and maintaining a healthier weight.
Views: 86 MyPearlPoint
Curing my Vaginismus
Molly came to us as a 23 y/o single woman who wanted to find a cure for herself. She came to Women's Therapy Center with a goal of a better life and she hopes that her story will reach other young women so they don't have to feel victimized by this condition or the medical community.
Vaginal use of CBD oil to relief Painful sex due to Endometriosis
Painful sex could be one of the most annoying symptoms of Endometriosis. We are conducting a research to determine how helpful the use CBD oil could be in improving painful sex in patients with Endometriosis. Also, feel free to tell me about your personal experience with CBD oil. Please email ( cosmeticgyno@gmail.com) or DM me on instagram ( nycgyno) if you would like to participate in this study. Feel free to share this with your friends. Thank you
Leslie R. Schover, PhD: Current Strategies to Prevent and Treat Cancer-Related Sexual Dysfunction
Leslie R. Schover, PhD gives an overview of the current strategies to prevent and treat cancer-related sexual function. Dr. Schover is a Professor (Term Tenured), Department of Behavioral Science, Division of OVP, Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
Discussing the vagina pre chemo and radiation - When we both pretend we're doctors.
These moments are serious but I'm glad we both find the humor. Follow our journey at www.nidezstannard.com
Erectile Dysfunction and what can be done.
This video is about Erectile Dysfunction and the various causes and solutions. Here you can look at the various medications that can cause erectile dysfunction: https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/004024.htm A useful video showing how the vacuum pump works (warning, illustrations of a penis): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vF-4QRua-U Here you can find information on wellbeing and how to help erectile disfunction: https://www.cosrt.org.uk/information-for-members-of-the-public/tips-for-sexual-wellbeing/ Here there is medical information about erectile dysfunction: https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/444220-treatment#d3 https://patient.info/health/erectile-dysfunction-impotence
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Varicocele corrective surgery.Live Varicocelectomy- ARC Research Centre India
http://www.ivf-clinics-india.com Male fertility treatments. Best IVF & Infertility Hospitals in Chennai- ARC Research Centre India. Pregnancy & child birth services catering to High risk pregnancy & neonatal care with advanced facilities. Complete solutions for complicated infertility, Sexual dysfunctions, High risk pregnancy services and advanced Laparoscopy & hysteroscopy treatments. ARC Research Centre - Centre of Excellence in infertility. Reach us at + 91 9841 99 3333/ + 91 74 0111 0444. http://www.arc-ivf.com ARC Research Centre headed by Dr.Lakshmanan Saravanan (Andrologist & Embryologist) and Dr.Mahalakshmi Saravanan (Reproductive Consultant) is an IVF Super speciality unit. The IVF centre is attached to a 60 bedded Multi speciality hospital (Abhijay Hospital, located in Perambur, Chennai, India). ARC Research Centre caters to all economic groups at an affordable cost with success rates on par with with international standards. The Centre caters to Overseas Childless couples. The overseas clients are made comfortable with a cozy residential apartments, language translators, in house cabs and driver cum guides. The Centre runs a dedicated surrogacy and donor programmes in association with an agency adhering to National ART and ICMR guidelines. The Centre along with their Infertility consultants are associated with Genetics screening, Psychologist counselling, Dietitian follow up for weight reduction, Diabetologist and Physician expertise to handle immune and hormonal imbalances, Hystero laproscopist to tackle uterine, tubal, ovarian and male genital tract abnormalities. PGD (Pre Implantation Genetic Diagnosis) is done here for deserving clients.Husband Leucocyte transfer (HLT), & Endometrial receptivity screening for recurrent implantation failures (IVF failures) are done here. Complete antenatal solutions by a team of Inhouse Dedicated Expert Obstetricians with highly equipped Labor suites and neonatal unit providing prophylactic measures for a viable pregnancy in IVF conceived patients and High risk pregnancy screening & care. The centre has a dedicated Sexologist catering to sexual dysfunction treatments. Erectile dysfunction, Premature ejaculation, decreased sexual desire (Libido), inadequate sexual satisfaction, Lax or tight vagina, no semen, proper sex education & premarital sexual counselling are given by Male & female consultants to respective partners. The couples are offered adequate privacy and confidentiality. The dedication, personal care and comprehensive follow up enhances the success rates in this centre. From conception to delivery of a live healthy baby the couples are made comfortable in all stages of treatment and centre is striving hard for continual improvement and a pleasant environment. The treating consultants always feel pregnancy is an memorable event in their life time, hence they give their personal focus, care and attention. The theme of the centre is " Ur Parenthood is our concern". Visit us at http://www.ivf-clinics-india.com http://www.arc-ivf.com http://www.abhijayhospital.com Contact us at + 91 9841 99 3333 / + 91 98840 99191 Mail us at arcresearchcentre@gmail.com ARC Research Centre (a unit of Abhijay Hospital) 22/2 ESI Hospital Road, Peravallur, (Perambur) Chennai- 600 011 Tamilnadu, India Phone no + 91 44 4901 5050 (30 lines)
Video-Endoscopic Inguinal Lymphadenectomy. Penile Cancer
6 cases, Penile carcinoma, lower limb melanoma and vulva carcinoma. http://www.miguelangelalonsoprieto.es, papilloma virus, sexual trasnsmision disease
Pain during sex in women
Causes of painful sex in women and how to treat them.
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P-Shot (Priapus) Sexual Wellness for Men & Male Sexual Enhancement
Dr. Lisa Vuich, owner of Renew MediSpa in Windham NH discuses the P-shot (Priapus) for Men. Call us at 603-894-0070 Sexual Wellness for Men & Male Sexual Enhancement The form and function of your penis can have a dramatic effect on your relationships. Being unable to achieve or maintain a satisfactory erection or even feeling the size is inadequate can impact self esteem both in and out of the bedroom. 1 in 2 adult men between the ages of 40 and 70 will have sexual changes they consider problematic. In the past, men had limited options for treating erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation or addressing penis girth. These issues are private, personal and sometimes might feel embarrassing. It is quite normal to be a bit uncomfortable talking to your doctor about sexual dysfunction. Today, advanced technology allows expert physicians to offer men new solutions and male sexual enhancement for a variety of sexual issues. Many men who do not feel they are experiencing any dysfunction have tried and benefited from the priapus shot- see ‘What can the P-shot do for you’ below. What is the P-Shot®? Dr. Vuich is one of a limited number of physicians specially trained, certified and licensed to administer this revolutionary treatment. The Priapus Shot is designed to deliver lasting improvements in sexual performance to men, even those who have lost function due to medical issues such as enlarged prostate, prostate cancer, the after-effects of surgery, drug side effects and diabetes. Many men experience added benefits from the Priapus Shot, achieving not only improved sexual function but a boost in size and desire as well. The Priapus shot® procedure begins with a quick and easy blood draw. Then, using a proprietary technique, platelets and growth factors are extracted and concentrated into the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). After excellent topical numbing, Dr. Vuich injects the PRP with a tiny needle (much smaller than what is used for a standard blood draw) into 5 areas. There is little or no discomfort during the procedure and no activity restriction afterward. Most men report these benefits following the procedure and post-treatment protocol: Increased firmness of erection Increased blood flow/circulation Improved sexual capabilities Increased sexual stamina Other therapies work better (if you still need Viagra or Cialis, then it will work better for you) Increased sensation and pleasure Enhanced appearance Reduced or resolved prostate discomfort Improved or resolved urinary incontinence Video created by Jason Sliviak of JDSPictures.com
Views: 924 Renew MediSpa
Dr. Mitul Shah, SLUCare OB/GYN
Dr. Mitul Shah provides prenatal care, well-woman exams, and gynecologic care, specializing in vulvar vaginal disorders, menopause, and sexual dysfunction. She is interested in research that investigates vulvar vaginal disorders. More information online at www.slucare.edu/vulvar To schedule an appointment with a SLUCare physician, please call (314) 977-4440. Video shot, edited and produced by Emily Clemenson. SLUCare Physician Group is a patient-centered network of more than 500 health care providers on staff at Saint Louis University School of Medicine. As part of an academic medical practice, SLUCare physicians are experts in their respective fields, providing specialty care for even the most complex medical conditions. SLUCare physicians practice in 47 different hospitals and clinics throughout the St. Louis region, making high-quality, advanced care convenient for you and your family.
Views: 523 SLUCare
Steps to prevent sperm leakage after intercourse | Tips to prevent sperm leakage after intercourse
Steps to prevent sperm leakage after intercourse | Tips to prevent sperm leakage after intercourse ? So what are causes of sperm leakage? and what are steps to prevent sperm leakage?. First of all you must understand that sperm leakage after sex affects all couples. Sperm or semen back flow after sexual intercourse is a completely natural process. Rather than sperm, it is the semen that backflows, while the sperm being a motile cell attaches to the vaginal wall and continues to swim up towards the egg. Sperm leakage medicines are a hoax so please do not fall for such treatment scams that claim to stop sperm leakage. If you enjoyed the above video, please show us your love and support by subscribing to or channel, do put in your valuable comments, likes and feedback. We are on a critical journey to helping patients altruistically through their fertility problems. Please visit our website - http://www.andrologycorner.com/ Connect to us on our social network - https://www.facebook.com/ShahsClinic/ https://twitter.com/DrDupesh https://plus.google.com/+DrShahDupesh Our Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzKRnz5kD8gyoaA6tO30F2A Here are all our related videos. Take a minute to watch them! 1. https://youtu.be/DQFRYUQbG0s 2. https://youtu.be/Bn4i4pl7dRc 3. https://youtu.be/O4ubA0KPw1k 4. https://youtu.be/H2I-4y45U6Q 5. https://youtu.be/Co7GFXWI3AE 6. https://youtu.be/WooRSfbrrtM Dr. Shah's Clinic - What we do? Dr. Shah's Clinic for Male infertility and Sexual Health offer state of the art Male Infertility and Sexual health/Sexology treatment services for fertility and sexual problems like 1. Erectile Dysfunction 2. Premature ejaculation 3. Low sex interest 4. Pain during sex 5. Male infertility 6. Semen test 7. Low sperm count treatment 8. Sperm motility problems 9. Azoospermia 10. Sperm shape problems 11. LGBT sex issues 12. Non consummation of marriage 13. Sex addiction treatments We also provide online healthcare Sexology services/sexologist services for free for men facing difficulties in their in sexual health and reproductive life. Dr. Shah Dupesh is a board certified Infertility specialist and a Sexologist, thus he treats Sex and fertility related issues for both men and women at his clinic. For more info and interesting facts please visit us below Our Address: Dr. Shah's Clinic for Male Infertility & Sexual health 8A, Burkit Rd, CIT Nagar East, T Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600017 No: +91-9789843856 Timing: 9:00 to 4:00 Website: http://www.andrologycorner.com steps to prevent sperm leakage after intercourse | tips to prevent sperm leakage after intercourse | steps to prevent sperm leakage after sex | causes of sperm leakage | sperm leakage treatment | how to stop sperm come out fast | how to stop sperm leakage | sperm leakage medicine | sperm leakage treatment in chennai
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Talking to your Doctor about Vaginal Pain, Estrogen, Menopause, and Hormone Replacement Therapy!
Today, we have a conversation about having certain conversations! Specifically, about the conversations you should be having with your doctor about vaginal pain, estrogen, menopause, and hormone replacement therapy. If you are embarrassed to talk with your doctor about vaginal pain and atrophy, you are not alone! Dr. Simon explains why we should never be embarrassed to talk about the normal issues of aging and sexual health. Take charge! We’re all going through it! Dr. James A. Simon, MD, CCD, NCMP, FACOG Clinical Professor, George Washington University http://jamesasimonmd.com/ Dr. Simon Co-Authored: Restore Yourself: A Woman’s Guide to Reviving Her Sexual Desire and Passion for Life: http://amzn.to/2mi88j8 More videos about finding purpose and passion after 50!! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgLYhw2N4Fcverrz2z91q2r1-VwbD0Hkj -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2nd Act TV is a resource full of motivation, inspiration and information for men and women over 50! Our content is focused on helping you get the most out of your 2nd half of life. Find us Here! Home Base: http://2ndact.tv/ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwPd0szj4y97ZDIrwdywpkQ Our Blogs: http://2ndact.tv/blog/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2ndActTV/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/2ndacttv/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/2ndActTv -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hormone replacement therapy | Vaginal pain | Painful sex | Menopause | Estrogen | Women's health
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New Painful Sex Treatment for Breast Cancer - Dr. Mache Seibel interviews Dr. Goetsch
http://www.EstrogenWindowBook.com. Order before April 15 and get free bonuses. This video is about Painful Sex Treatment that works for breast cancer patients in menopause, easy to use, not a hormone. Health and wellness advocate speaker Dr. Mache Seibel interview.
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MonaLisa Touch - Treatment for Post-Menopausal Women
MonaLisa Touch is a quick and pain-free laser treatment for post-menopausal women, or those with a history of breast cancer, suffering from vaginal dryness or pain and cannot or don't want to use Estrogen creams. For more information: https://www.mazewomenshealth.com/painful-sex-vaginal-pain/monalisa-touch/
If you ever experience pain during intercourse - Must watch this
If you ever experience pain during intercourse - Must watch this https://youtu.be/yYacw9bsOIU Please Subscribe To Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMUKXsizx46ozfQTWlseDDA Please Like Us On Facebook at:https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100014405911149 Follow Us On Twitter at: https://twitter.com/Hipobaby18 Our Reddit link Is: https://www.reddit.com/user/Hippobaby/ Also Follow And Like Us On Google+ At: https://plus.google.com/107273535878789743093 Watch More Videos About Health: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3rqsrDbh_yE&list=PL18NlfDBOwZ_3_NWs705aqS7kx_jpHolP Disclaimer: We does not guarantee any specific results as a result of the procedures mentioned in video and the results may vary from person to person. The topics in this video including text, graphics, and other material contained on this video are for informational purposes only and not to be substituted for professional medical advice.
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Sex, fertility and internal radiotherapy - Macmillan Cancer Support
Scott and Rebecca tell their story of how cancer has affected their sexual relationship. Diagnosed with cervical cancer at 26, Rebecca explains how she and her husband dealt with the diagnosis and internal radiotherapy treatment. For more information about sex and cancer, visit: http://www.macmillan.org.uk/information-and-support/coping/relationships/your-sex-life-and-sexuality For more information about cervical cancer, visit http://www.macmillan.org.uk/Cancerinformation/Cancertypes/Cervix/Cervicalcancer.aspx Subscribe: http://bit.ly/UsAbto Twitter: https://twitter.com/macmillancancer Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/macmillancancer
Vaginal Atrophy: The Silent Symptom of Menopause? What Women (and Men) Need to Know About VA!
Do you know about Vaginal Atrophy? Surprisingly, not many of us do. In fact, vaginal atrophy is referred to as the silent symptom of menopause, because we don't want to talk about it! What do women (and men) need to know about vaginal atrophy? As we age, our vagina changes – mostly due to decreased estrogen levels – and can become dry or irritated leading to pain during sex. While many women experience these symptoms, surveys show that most of us (as high as 70% of women) are unaware of the condition that may be causing the symptoms: vaginal atrophy. And if we don't understand what's causing the problems, it will be difficult to fix them. Today, Dr. Laurie Blanscet discusses what all women (and the men in their lives) need to understand about vaginal atrophy, and what to do about it! To learn more about Dr. Laurie, click here: https://www.anoptimalyou.com/dr-laurie-blanscet/ To learn more about compounding pharmacies that carry bio-identical estrogen/prescription–strength Estriol, click here: http://united-rx.com/ For non-prescription strength Estriol, click here: http://amzn.to/2p5Xn2X For a straightforward and informative article about Vaginal Atrophy by Menopause Advocate Ellen Dolgen, click here: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/ellen-sarver-dolgen/vaginal-atrophy_b_1948359.html For vaginal lubricants and moisturizers specifically formulated for vaginal atrophy, click here: https://bgorganic.samcart.com/products/sex-butter/?sc_ref=ymzlUHpfInTSq3zU -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2nd Act TV is a resource full of motivation, inspiration and information for men and women over 50! Our content is focused on helping you get the most out of your 2nd half of life. Find us Here! Home Base: http://2ndact.tv/ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwPd... Our Blogs: http://2ndact.tv/blog/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2ndActTV/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/2ndacttv/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/2ndActTv
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Abnormal Uterine Bleeding for USMLE
Abnomral Uterined Bleeding for USMLE, including Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding. Handwritten tutorial lecture discussing pathophysiology, sign symptoms and treatment. Normal Uterine Bleeding is defined by frequency of 28 days plus or minus 7 days. So anywhere from 21-35 days. Duraiton of menses is 5 to 7 days and on average a woman loses 20-60mL of blood. So menses is measured relative or by the number of pads used. Abnormal can be menorrhagia which is high blood flow either becuase of high duration or high quantity. Metrorrhagia looks more at the frequency and the amount of blood will be normal. Menometrorrhagia will be a combination of the two. PREMENARCHAL BLEEDING Patients less than12 years old. Most common cause is foreign body insertion into vagina. Sexual abuse may also present as abnormal vaginal bleeding. Estrogen ingestion can lead to precosious pubery can lead to early bleeding. Vaginal and Cervical cancer more specifically sarcoma botyroides. Also adrenal and pituitary tumors releasing estrogen. Patient work up wil first consist of pelvic exam to look for foreign bodies, tumor or sexual abuse. Ensure it is coming from vagina and not urethra or rectum. Imaging consists of CT/MRI of pitutiary gland, abdomen and pelvis. POSTMENOPAUSAL Benign causes and malignant and exogenous causes. Benign cause atrophy because estrogen is real low and theis can lead to bleeding. Malignant causes are ovarian carcinoma and vulval vaginal and cervical cancer. Also HRT and anticoagulants. Evaluation you must assume cancer and rule it out. Physical examination to look for atrophy, urethral and rectal examination to confirm vaginal cause. Endometrium with Ultrasound and biopsy. Cytology of the cervix to rule out vervical cancer. Cytology for cervical cancer. REPRODUCTIVE AGE GROUP Must rule out pregnancy with hCG, also ectopic, molar and abortion. Abnormal growth such as leiomyoma (uterine artery emboli). Endometrial and endocervical polyps. External causes can be UID, OCP, HRT, Tamoxifen. Infectious causes such as endometritis (Gonorrhea, Trochamaotic) Bacterial vaginosis, (mycoplasma and PID) Systemic caues such as liver failure and thyroid, coagulopathy. THrombocytopenia. Dysfunctional uterine bleeding can be anvoulatory and ovulatory. Anovulatory is lack of estrogen. Ovulatory increases Prostaglanding and increases bleeding. Must first rule out pregnancy. Also check CBC to rule out anemia. PAP Smear to rule out cancer. Wet-Prep of cervical secretion. Endometrium with hysteroscopy, Dialtion and Curretage, pipelle device. Ultrasound to identify polyps, fibroids, Endometrial size is normally 5-8mm. Hyperplasia will 8-11m and cancer is usually greater than 11mm. Treatment is NSAIDS, Contraception, Anti-Fibrinolytics such as trexanemic Acid. Iron supplements. Surgical can be Dilation and curretage and hysterectomy
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The Kaldas Center | Meet Dr. Donald Menya
The Kaldas Center combines nationally recognized and board-certified surgical skills and technology with a holistic, patient-focused approach to achieve unsurpassed results for women in Wisconsin, with proven success rates in many specialties. Wisconsin women benefit from Dr. Kaldas' advanced practices that he brought from his association with the largest infertility treatment program in Northern California and the Regional High Risk Obstetrics Referral Center. They also enjoy his friendly, personable bedside manner that helps everyone feel comfortable. The Kaldas Center (http://kaldascenter.com) is a Center for Fertility, Surgery & Pregnancy serving Appleton, Green Bay, Neenah, and beyond Wisconsin. Services include Endometrial Ablation, Gynecologic Exams, Gynecologic Surgery, Gynecological surgery, Hysterectomy, Hysteroscopic Procedures, Hysteroscopy, Leep (Loop Electrocautery Excision Procedure), Ultrasound, Pap Smear, Pelvic exam, Pregnancy, Or Ob (Obstetric) Care, Woman's health & wellness, and Medicine. We offer effective fetility treatments (including medications), Birthing, and followup care. We also can assist with Adolescent Care, Adolescent Gynecology, Benign Breast Disease, Bladder and Bowel Weakness, Bladder Control, Bladder Prolapse, Cancer Screening, Cancer Surgery, Cervical Dysplasia, Colposcopy, Cystocele, Ectopic Pregnancy, Endometrial Biopsy, Endometriosis, Family Planning, Female Incontinence, Female Infertility, Female Sexual Dysfunction, Gynecologic Cancers, Gynecology, Hysterectomy, IUD Placement, Labor and Delivery, Lactation, Laparoscopic Surgery, LEEP Procedure , Management of Abnormal Pap, Maternal and Fetal Medicine, Maternity Care, Menopause, Menstrual Disorders, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Miscarriage, Obstetrics, Obstetrics High Risk, Operative Hysteroscopy, Osteoporosis, Ovarian Cancer, Ovarian Cysts, Pelvic Pain, Pelvic Prolapse, Pelvic Surgery, Perimenopause, Pregnancy Care, Premenstrual Syndrome, Prenatal Consults, Rectal Prolapse, Recurrent Vaginal Infections, Robotic Surgery , Sexually Transmitted Infections Prevention and Treatment, Ultrasonography, Urine Incontinence, Uterine Fibroids, Vaginal Reconstruction, Vulvar Dermatosis, Vulvar Disorders, Women's Care, and Yeast Infections Want to know your options? Visit our website (http://kaldascenter.com) or by phone at (920) 886-2299. If you've worked with us, write us a review on Yelp or Google+.
Views: 1017 Kaldas Center
Sex and Prostate Cancer
Here are some common questions and myths about erections, orgasms, and ejaculation for men with prostate cancer – both before and after treatment. Video presented by Stacy Elliott, MD, Clinical Professor, Departments of Psychiatry and Urologic Sciences, University of British Columbia. 00:50 – Can I still have an orgasm with no erection or ejaculation? 01:17 – Do erections matter? 02:03 – After prostate cancer treatment, will my erection return? 02:16 – How common is erectile dysfunction?
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Reviving your sex life with lasers
Estrogen replacement is commonly used to treat painful sex and vaginal dryness, but it comes with side effects. Now, a new laser treatment, The Mona Lisa Touch, can help revitalize vaginal health damaged by menopause or cancer treatment Watch video covering topics about Alternative Medicine, Breast Cancer, Cancer, Endocrine Disorders, Geriatric Health, Healthy Living, Menopause, Reproductive Health, Sexual Health, and Womens Health.
diVa vaginal rejuvenation treatment testimonial at Victoria Park Medispa
diVa Vaginal rejuvenation and tightening helps women feel more like their younger, vital, sensual selves – inside and out. Has childbearing or aging taken a toll on your feminine wellness? Do you suffer from vaginal dryness, bladder incontinence, or laxity? Rejuvenate the appearance of your genital area, enhance your sensation, and enjoy your femininity again – all without surgery! diVa is a vaginal rejuvenation laser treatment which can help restore an improved sense of well-being, aesthetically, functionally, and sexually.
Testosterone 15A - Prostate Cancer - Part 1
The first of a two part series on prostate cancer detailing the myths and the realities - especially that prostate cancer is an easily preventable disease. All you have to do is have a lot of sex.
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Painful Sex Due To Menopause - A Sensitive Yet Important Women's Health Issue, by Dr. Lisa Masterson
When it comes to menopause, most women are prepared for hot flashes, night sweats and fatigue. But one of the most common symptoms of menopause is one that is rarely talked about: painful sex. Your healthcare provider may not ask you if you are experiencing moderate to severe painful sex due to menopause because it can be a sensitive and personal topic. But it is a subject that is too important to ignore. WHY SEX CAN HURT AFTER MENOPAUSE Estrogen, the primary female sex hormone, regulates your reproductive system. Before menopause, estrogen helps maintain the thickness and elasticity (stretchiness) of your vaginal tissues. However, as you age, your estrogen levels drop, causing changes in these tissues. These changes can lead to a medical condition called Vulvar and Vaginal Atrophy (VVA), which can lead to painful sex (dyspareunia). PAINFUL SEX DUE TO MENOPAUSE WILL NOT GET BETTER ON ITS OWN Sadly, many women do not seek help for painful sex due to menopause because they mistakenly believe that it is a natural part of aging that they simply have to accept or that it will get better over time. The truth is that unlike hot flashes, night sweats and mood swings, moderate to severe painful sex due to menopause will not go away on its own. If you are experiencing moderate to severe painful sex due to menopause, talk to your healthcare provider. He or she may suggest you try vaginal lubricants or moisturizers for temporary relief; but if you want to treat the underlying condition causing your pain, ask if other treatment options are right for you. For more information about moderate to severe painful sex due to menopause, visit www.osphena.com. Dr. Lisa Masterson is a board-certified specialist in obstetrics, gynecology, infertility, adolescent gynecology and family planning, and is on staff at Los Angeles Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, St. Johns Hospital in Santa Monica and UCLA. She is a fellow of the American Board of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and maintains a private practice in Santa Monica. She is also is an Emmy-nominated former co-host of the award-winning talk show, The Doctors. She is also a mother, philanthropist, author and host of the new podcast ""Health in Heels with Dr. Lisa"". Dr Lisa Masterson is a paid spokesperson for Duchesnay USA. IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION AND INDICATION Most Important Information you should know about Osphena® Boxed Warning: Osphena® works like estrogen in the lining of the uterus, but can work differently in other parts of the body. Taking estrogen alone or Osphena® may increase your chance for getting cancer of the lining of the uterus. Vaginal bleeding after menopause may be a warning sign of cancer of the lining of the uterus. Your healthcare provider should check any unusual vaginal bleeding to find out the cause, so tell him or her right away if this happens while you are using Osphena®. Osphena® may increase your chances of having a stroke or blood clots. You and your healthcare provider should talk regularly about whether you still need treatment with Osphena®. Call your healthcare provider right away if you have changes in vision or speech, sudden new severe headaches, and severe pains in your chest or legs with or without shortness of breath, weakness and fatigue. Osphena® should not be used if you have unusual vaginal bleeding, have or have had certain types of cancers (including cancer of the breast or uterus), have or have had blood clots, have had a stroke or heart attack, have severe liver problems, are allergic to Osphena® or any of its ingredients, or think you may be pregnant. Tell your healthcare provider if you are going to have surgery or will be on bed rest. Possible side effects of Osphena® Common side effects may include hot flashes, vaginal discharge, muscle spasms and increased sweating. Serious but less common side effects can include stroke, blood clots and cancer of the lining of the uterus. Tell your healthcare provider about all of the medicines and supplements you take, as some medicines may affect how Osphena® works. Osphena® may also affect how other medicines work. Duchesnay USA encourages you to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit www.fda.gov/medwatch or call 1-800-FDA-1088. Indication: What is Osphena® (ospemifene)? Osphena® is a prescription oral pill that treats moderate to severe painful intercourse, a symptom of changes in and around your vagina, due to menopause. Please read Patient Information for Osphena® (ospemifene) tablets, including Boxed Warning, in the U.S. Full Prescribing Information or at www.osphena.com.
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What is Vaginismus? Symptoms and Diagnosis
Vaginismus is a condition where there is involuntary tightness of the vagina during attempted intercourse. The woman may not even be aware that the muscle response is causing the tightness or penetration problem. Fortunately, in every case of vaginismus (and yes, I do mean every case), we can help you. For more information: http://www.mazewomenshealth.com/painful-sex-vaginal-pain/vaginismus/