Sexual Health

Pain during intercourse is very common—nearly 3 out of 4 women have pain during intercourse at some time. For some women, the pain is only a temporary problem; for others, it is a long-term problem. Pain during sexual intercourse can be a warning sign of many gynecologic conditions. Some of these conditions can lead to other problems if not treated.

Sexual Health Conditions


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Women who have had an episiotomy or tears in the perineum during childbirth may have pain during sex that lasts several months. Treatments include physical therapy, medications, or surgery.

Hormonal Changes

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During perimenopause and menopause, decreasing levels of the female hormone estrogen may cause vaginal dryness. Hormone therapy is one treatment option. Using a lubricant during sex or a vaginal moisturizer also may be helpful.



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Pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, and adhesions are all associated with pain during sex.

Skin Disorders

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Some skin disorders may result in ulcers or cracks in the skin of the vulva. Contact dermatitis is a common skin disorder that affects the vulva. It reacts to irritating substances such as perfumed soaps, douches, or lubricants. It may cause itching, burning, and pain. Treatment of skin disorders depends on the type of disorder.


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Vaginismus is a reflex contraction (tightening) of the muscles at the opening of your vagina. Vaginismus may cause pain when you try to have sexual intercourse. Vaginismus can be treated with different forms of therapy.


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Vaginitis, or inflammation of the vagina, can be caused by a yeast or bacterial infection. Symptoms are discharge and itching, and burning of the vagina and vulva. Vaginitis can be treated with medication.


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This is a pain disorder that affects the vulva. When pain is confined to the vestibule (the area around the opening of the vagina), it is known as vulvar vestibulitis syndrome (VVS). There are many treatments available for vulvodynia, including self-care measures. Medication or surgery may be needed in some cases.

Sexual Health

Sexual health is the state of physical, mental, and social well-being about sexuality. It requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships. Sexual health includes having pleasurable and safe sexual experiences free of coercion, discrimination, and violence.

Sexual health is the ability to embrace and enjoy our sexuality. It is an integral part of our physical and emotional health. Being sexually healthy means:

  • Understanding that sexuality is a natural part of life involves more than sexual behavior.
  • Recognizing and respecting the sexual rights we all share.
  • Having access to sexual health information, education, and care.
  • Trying to prevent unintended pregnancies and STDs and seeking care and treatment when needed.
  • Being able to experience sexual pleasure, satisfaction, and intimacy when desired.
  • Being able to communicate about sexual health with others, including sexual partners and healthcare providers.

Sexual health also encompasses a range of public health and clinical issues related to the prevention of sexually transmitted infections. The concept of sexual health is of fundamental relevance to all aspects of preventing sexually transmitted diseases.

Empower RF by InMode

Empower RF is a new safe and effective solution delivering life-changing technologies for women’s wellness. This innovative device is designed specifically to treat a broad range of conditions such as stress, urge, and mixed urinary incontinence, weak pelvic floor muscles, blood circulation, and pain relief.

V Tone

VTone is a highly effective and non-invasive treatment that helps tone and train pelvic floor muscles. During a VTone treatment, an egg-shaped device, about the size of a tampon, is placed into the vaginal canal to trigger involuntary muscle contractions. These contractions tone and tighten the pelvic floor, particularly those muscle fibers weakened or overstretched during pregnancy and childbirth.

VTone is recommended for any woman who experiences urinary incontinence and wishes to avoid bladder mesh surgery. Women who want to strengthen their pelvic floor muscles for sexual enhancement would also benefit from this treatment.

Forma V

FormaV is a vaginal rejuvenation treatment designed to improve internal tightness, circulation, and sensation. FormaV applies radiofrequency energy and localized heat to the inside of the vagina, which reaches the underlying layers of tissue and stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, which remodels and tightens the tissues and increases circulation.

Not only will vaginal elasticity help with general discomfort, but you may also experience increased sexual sensation after your treatments.

FormaV treatments are incredibly safe and effective. There is no downtime to worry about after your treatments. You may experience some swelling, redness, or sensitivity. Still, these temporary side effects only last a few days and should not interfere with returning to your usual activities or work.


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