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Dyspareunia is a very common occurance in female with very painful sex and the patient experiences lots of pain during sexual intercourse. Here The pain in the genitals during, or immediately after sex causes significant distress in the women. The condition can affect both men and women but more common in women.

There are many causes of pain, which include sexually transmitted disease, pelvic inflammatory disease & dryness in the vaginal tissue due to hormone changes, and muscular spasms in the pelvic floor muscles referred to as vaginismus. As you can imagine, all of which can affect your overall sexual health.

If you experience pain with sex, then visit Dr Rabi Satpathy, one of the best sexologist doctor in Bhubaneswar at Ashu Skin Care. It is important to screen for potentially life-threatening conditions such as cancer or sexually transmitted infections.

If initially testing comes back negative for disease or infection, then pain is most likely associated with sensitivity in the vagina or muscle spasms of the pelvic floor. The good news is that both of these conditions are treatable and it is possible to have pain free sex by treatment of our doctors at Ashu Skin Care.

Women who experience sensitivity of the vagina and vaginal opening often have hormone disturbances leading to vaginal dryness and thinning of the vaginal walls. This often occurs after childbirth, during the period of breast feeding, and arround menopause. We rejuvenate Vagina with PRP & Laser therapy.

We treat with hormone replacements, dietary changes, and use of a good water based personal lubricant, PRP & laser to protect the vulva, vaginal opening, and vagina itself.

Vaginal PRP may also be beneficial to THE irritated, red, or itchy skin in the vulva region and vaginal opening That heals Naturally & get rid of your dry, itchy, red, or irritated skin around the vaginal opening due to changes in hormone changes, skin sensitivity, shaving, waxing, or tenderness after sex.