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Is Vaginismus rare?
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I only just recently heard about it. It got me thinking about something my husband spoke about a few years back. We were talking about past experiences and he said one of his girlfriends he had, he couldn't have sex with her because she was too tight. I thought this made no sense. Maybe she was nervous? And he said no, not at all. I think she may have had Vaginismus and likely didn't even know about it. 

Is this something that is rare? Have you ever known anyone to have it?
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#2
I will be honest, I had no idea what this was until I entered this thread. I did a quick google search and sure enough, it has to do with unusual tight spasms in the vaginal wall/pelvic floor that make having sex impossible. This has to be rare.
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#3
Yes, it is considered quite rare! I do know someone who has it and she said it isn't a constant issue but she uses a tens unit to help manage it. I can't remember what the doctor explained it as but she had the issue after being in a car accident when she was 15. I guess the nerves in her spin got messed up a bit so now her pelvic floor will almost "flex" like she is holding in pee but it does it involentarily.

It sounds like the woman you mentioned may have had this issue.
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(07-02-2021, 03:51 PM)Cloe K Wrote: Yes, it is considered quite rare! I do know someone who has it and she said it isn't a constant issue but she uses a tens unit to help manage it. I can't remember what the doctor explained it as but she had the issue after being in a car accident when she was 15. I guess the nerves in her spin got messed up a bit so now her pelvic floor will almost "flex" like she is holding in pee but it does it involentarily.

It sounds like the woman you mentioned may have had this issue.

Interesting! So a spinal injury can cause something like this to happen. I am wondering if maybe this is down to being a birth defect then and it just doesn't show signs of there being an issue until the girl reaches puberty.
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