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Why Are Women In So Much pain?

Why Are Women In So Much pain?

 

A few days ago I asked about what your biggest issue is with intimacy.

And A LOT of you sent in similar responses about vaginal and vulva pain.

“My vagina is no longer tight. it’s also painful for me. And my husband has a harder time climaxing because my vagina is loose.” — Janice

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“I started with losing my libido then soon after sex became more painful each time. After a while, I was diagnosed with lichen sclerosis. I have got it most the way in remission but I still have a hard time mentally because it was painful for so long. And now I anticipate the pain which makes sex lifeless and boring because all I can think about is the pain. So now I feel no sensation at all when I have sex. But mentally my mind is going a hundred miles per hour remembering the bad times.” — Layla

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“Mine is pain. Physical pain down there. Like skin is literally ripping apart and burning sensation.” — Francia

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“Vaginal dryness and pain. Delicate tissue post-menopause. Feeling like a lack of youth and fertility have left me invisible to men. LIbido is also depleted.” — Laura

Mind you, there’s more. In fact, it’s so common, I feel it’s my duty to send you information on this and tell you about my friend, Isa Herrera’s Pelvic Alchemy Workshop.

The LIVE event is over, but you can still catch the REPLAY below.

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STOP THE PAIN THAT STOPS YOU

There are lots of reasons why women find sex painful…

The reasons can be complex and involve the spirit and the mind. Sometimes, the reason is straightforward… your anatomy is not functioning properly.

If you have incontinence, pelvic/sexual pain, pelvic organ prolapse, weak orgasms, a feeling like you have to pee all the time or have a cesarean or hysterectomy scar or simply don’t feel right in your lady parts, then I’ve got the answer that is going to help you feel whole and goddess-like again.

My friend and colleague Isa Herrera MSPT, CSCS is the foremost expert in the field of women’s pelvic health and has helped over 14,704 women get back to feeling great, connecting with their partners and experiencing pain-free love-making.

I can’t stress to you how much this would help you, the same way it’s helped thousands of women already.

Here are some more responses I received about women experiencing pelvic issues.

“I actually have reoccurring bladder infections after I have intercourse. I’m 42 years old. Married for 23 years. Been with the same partner.” —Tiffany

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“Pain during initial penetration along with no libido at all, as well as fibromyalgia and chronic pain.” — Rhonda

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“I suffer from vulvodynia which was only diagnosed two years ago, but I have it 10 years altogether.  Penetrative sex is very painful for me, even using Lidocaine, but I continue to have sex with my husband for intimacy.  I have tried everything but nothing works. My husband does not pressure me for sex. In fact, I think he would be happy to become celibate but I am not prepared to give up yet.  I am 61.” — Sarah

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“Since menopause, I feel as if my vagina has shrunk, and sometimes is very sore, making intercourse painful or impossible. I have not had children, which may be of some relevance. I also refused estrogen pessaries as I did not want to be putting artificial hormones in my body. I am 53. Thanks and good luck!” — Carla

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