dyspareunia


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dyspareunia

[‚dis·pə′rün·ē·ə]
(medicine)
The occurrence of pain during sexual intercourse.
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Following approval by the US FDA of Intrarosa[TM] on November 17th 2016, for the treatment of dyspareunia, a symptom of vulvovaginal atrophy due to menopause, Endoceutics focuses on developing non estrogen-based therapies for sexual dysfunction and the other symptoms of menopause, , including hot flushes, osteoporosis and muscle loss.
12) It was approved by the FDA in November 2016 to treat moderate to severe dyspareunia and has been available for prescribing since July 2017.
In august 2012, a 46-year-old woman (gravida 3, para 3) was admitted to Clinical Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Sveti Duh University Hospital, in Zagreb, Croatia, with dyspareunia and tumor formation in the anterior vaginal wall, with neat gynecologic and personal history, intrauterine device (IUD) applied for the last five years, and normal Pap cytologic smears.
All participants were postmenopausal women with at least one vaginal symptom of estrogen deprivation such as vulvovaginal dryness, soreness, irritation, dyspareunia, or abnormal discharge.
In two primary 12-week placebo-controlled efficacy trials, the women taking Intrarosa experienced a significant reduction in symptoms of dyspareunia, as well as significant improvements in the percentage of vaginal superficial cells and parabasal cells, as well as vaginal pH, concluded the company.
24% among the cases presented with dyspareunia whereas none among the control group presented with dyspareunia.
Incomplete septum presents mainly with either infertility or dyspareunia.
Vaginal dryness and dyspareunia followed by burning in the genital area were the most bothersome symptoms in many postmenopausal women.
studied (2005) the relationship between the psychosexual disorders and infertility in India on 175 infertile women and they found out that the most frequent disorders were dyspareunia (58%), decreased sexual desire (28%) and lack of orgasm (14%) (12).
Vibrators are another tool in addressing dyspareunia.
Many concerns have been raised by the FDA and patients who report recurrent POP, severe chronic pelvic pain and de novo dyspareunia possibly related to mesh erosion or retraction.
In a retrospective observational study to assess the effect of fascial posterior colpoperineorrhaphy over the five-year period, results showed that vaginal pain, dyspareunia, and vaginal laxity were all significantly reduced; however, there was no significant difference in sexual activity [9].