Vaginismus is a sexual dysfunction, as well as a psychosomatic condition, which prevents women from having a fully satisfactory sexual relationship. This is a phenomenon that involves the involuntary contraction of the pelvic muscles and the outer third of the vagina, which makes penetration difficult, painful or even impossible. Its origin is not merely physical, it has a very important psychological component that limits the female sexual response.
The treatment for vaginismus is a therapeutic program that includes vaginal dilation exercises using plastic dilators. It is important that such use is conducted systematically and progressively under the direction of a sex therapist or gynecologist. The partner must be part of the treatment, which should progressively include more intimate contact and culminate in intercourse.
In addition there should be education about sexual anatomy, physiology, sexual response cycles, and common myths about sex, all in all, reeducating their sexuality based on misinformation, which is present in 90% of cases.
The toys or tools that we offer here should be used in the therapeutic program, you can not "self-medicate" for vaginismus.