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- No39% (9)
So a woman with vaginaismus experiences pain during penetrative intercourse. In extreme cases to an extent that penetration becomes impossible.
It is not a physiological problem but a psychological one. The vagina clamps up and does not allow the penis to enter. The condition can be treated, but it is a slow process and requires patience.
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I would have a hard time not being able to have sex, if it takes too long to treat. But i guess there are other ways to having sex; oral, fingering, etc. If it can be treatable quickly than no prob, if this takes years and years and we can't have sex until were 50, then no0