According to various data, from 8% to 20% of women experience pain during sexual intercourse. However, these figures may be significantly underestimated due to the sensitivity of the issue. Because of the fear of judgment and isolation, embarrassment and shame, women do not rush to seek help. While the problem of painful sex is so common that there is even a special medical term for it – dyspareunia.
Despite the fact that dyspareunia occurs in men, women are most often affected by this problem. Continue reading