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Dedicated to vaginismus treatment and to female genital, emotional, and sexual health throughout her life cycle. 

Highest quality, attentive care to intimate matters since 1996, including expert vaginismus therapy intervention utilizing our proprietary, research-based treatment methodology that leads to a cure.

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We Specialize In Treating

We have been successfully treating vaginismus since 1996 using the DiRoss methodology. If you are struggling with vaginismus, our vaginismus specialists can help.

Vulvodynia is a condition that requires careful diagnosis and knowledgeable treatment. If you are experiencing symptoms of vulvodynia, contact our Vulvodynia specialists.

Why suffer with painful sex (Dyspareunia) when we have the solution? Contact us, our painful sex specialists are here to help with a free consultation.

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Natural Treatments for Vaginal Dryness

Symptoms of Vaginal Dryness Vaginal dryness is a common condition that every woman will have experienced at least once at some point in her life.  In this article we will discuss the typical causes for vaginal dryness, provide natural treatments for vaginal dryness, and managing

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Navigating Life with Vaginismus

Vaginismus, as well as dyspareunia or painful intercourse, extend their impact beyond physical discomfort. They permeate daily life, affecting routine tasks and intimate relationships, necessitating comprehensive understanding, diligent management, and often, professional intervention. A 2016 study by Karadeniz Technical University in Turkey titled “Sociodemographic features,

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Understanding and Overcoming Secondary Vaginismus

Vaginismus is a condition that affects many women and can have a significant impact on their sexual health and well-being.  Primary vaginismus refers to the condition always present when attempting vaginal penetration, while secondary vaginismus refers to its onset subsequent to being able to have

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