Student of Environmental Sustainability with a passion for holistic health and imagination.
Vaginismus: Diagnosis and What to Expect
Disclaimer: not a medical professional. Sharing knowledge and experience form 10 years of treatment. Potentially one of the most stressful parts of having vaginismus is the initial diagnosis of it. Not only is the process of diagnosis hard to get through, but the idea of it afterword can be a nightmare.
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Vaginismus: I think there’s something wrong with me
Did you know that most individuals with vaginas and vulvas have never seen it? And I don’t mean a funky cartoon diagram in sixth grade sex-ed. I mean their own. We are told from a very young age not to touch it, to leave it alone. But why? There’s no sound answer to that question, and yet from a very young age, we are told to leave it alone, and that’s the last we hear about it until we’re much older and expected to know everything there is about our bodies. In fact, many people with or without female genitilia couldn’t tell a labia from a vagina in the first place. The world must not yet have realized that when you grow up forced to pretend that something doesn’t exist, that not only do you learn nothing about it, but the idea of learning about it feels wrong.