The muscles in the outer 1/3 part of the vagina contract involuntarily, preventing penetration.
Overactivity of the pelvic floor can cause painful sexual intercourse (dyspareunia) or vaginismus in women. Pelvic floor dysfunction is common in the community. As a result of this disorder, many women feel pain, aching and burning during sexual intercourse, and intercourse may even become impossible.
When the pelvic floor muscles are relaxed by various physiotherapy methods and then strengthened correctly, these problems are also improved.
Ankara Kadın Sağlığı Prof. Dr. Ahmet Taner Kışlalı Mh. 2873. Sk. Anchor İş Mrk. B Blok No:5 Çayyolu, ANKARA / TURKEY