Painful Intercourse - Abdomen
Schedule an appointment with an OB/GYN to rule out any underlying medical conditions that may be causing painful intercourse.
During the appointment, the OB/GYN will perform a physical exam, including a pelvic exam, and may also recommend additional tests, such as a pelvic ultrasound or STD testing.
Based on the results of the appointment and any additional tests, the OB/GYN may prescribe medication to alleviate pain or recommend other treatments, such as physical therapy or counseling.
In addition, the spa can offer additional services such as vaginal steaming, which can help to cleanse the vagina, reduce inflammation, and promote healing.
Vaginal rejuvenation treatments, such as laser therapy, can also be offered to help tighten the vaginal walls and improve elasticity, which can help to reduce pain during intercourse.
The spa can also offer couples massage therapy, which can help to relax the muscles and improve overall sexual health.
The spa can recommend a personalized skincare routine that includes products that can help to soothe and moisturize the vaginal area.
The spa can also offer education on how to properly use lubricant to reduce friction and discomfort during intercourse.
The spa may also suggest herbal supplements that may help to reduce inflammation and improve overall sexual health.
The OB/GYN will continue to monitor the patient’s condition and adjust the treatment plan as needed to ensure the best possible outcome.