dyspareunia


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dyspareunia

[‚dis·pə′rün·ē·ə]
(medicine)
The occurrence of pain during sexual intercourse.
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A third vulvar disorder to watch for is erosive lichen planus, which is associated with burning and severe dyspareunia and is characterized by red plaques with white "lacy" edges (Wickham's striae).
Vulvar and vaginal atrophy can result in vaginal irritation, dryness, dyspareunia (painful sexual intercourse), discharge and bleeding after sex.
Seven women were sexually active, with six reporting dyspareunia at the time of presentation.
Other studies confirm the link between OCP and vulvadynia and dyspareunia.
When applicable, the type of dyspareunia was also recorded (at insertion, deep penetration or throughout intercourse).
Adverse outcomes following mesh repairs, specifically pain and dyspareunia, suggest that caution should be exercised when using mesh in younger sexually active women.
London, July 8( ANI ): Academy Award-nominated actress Virginia Madsen has signed on to become the spokesperson for the campaign 'Finding the Words,' which is aimed at encouraging women to discuss and find treatment for dyspareunia or painful sex.
In a 2010 Cochrane review, ASC was associated with lower rates of recurrent vaginal vault prolapse and less dyspareunia compared with SSLF, but there was no statistically significant difference in the re-operation rates for prolapse between the two procedures.
2) To date, there has never been a report describing a patient with a pelvic digit who presents with a chief complaint of dyspareunia.
Other topics include pelvic congestion syndrome, adhesions, fibroids and adenomyosis, urological and musculoskeletal causes, enterocolic origins, dyspareunia, and multidisciplinary management of pain without obvious pathology.
Primary indications for defibulation were being pregnant (30%), dysmenorrhea (30%), apareunia (20%), and dyspareunia (15%).