14 responses

  1. Allison
    November 15, 2011

    I am a woman who has recovered from vaginismus, and I just want to post to say that if that’s you, THERE IS LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL!! When my husband and I were first married, we were unable to have intercourse at all for 4 months (and believe me, we tried!). Then we found a paragragh on vaginismus in a Christian marriage book we were reading, so we googled it and found help.

    Today, we have 2 beautiful (er…handsome) little boys, who are a testimony to God’s grace. We are so thankful that God led us to a solution!! I won’t say ALL of our problems in the area of sex are solved. They aren’t, but we’re sure a whole lot further along than we were 4 1/2 years ago when we first got married.

    So don’t despair – find help!! It’s out there.

    • Sheila
      November 15, 2011

      Thanks, Allison! I hope many others read your comment and feel hope!

      • Joy
        April 16, 2014

        I struggled with this issue, too. It made for a heartbreaking wedding night, and really messed with my husband’s confidence. This issue plagued us for about two years. We tried the kit you recommend and got to where it would sorta work but be painful for both of us. Eventually I got pregnant. After my daughter was born, though, the problem was resolved and things work great! It took a long time, though.

  2. Anonymous
    November 15, 2011

    I also recovered from vaginismus. We were married for about 2.5 years before we finally achieved intercourse! My big motivating factor was that I wanted children. So I held my breath through the pain and we finally “did it.” It was still painful and I dreaded it every time. I was so grateful when I got pregnant so I didn’t have to go through it as often. My first was born via c-section and, after baby #1’s birth we felt like we were starting from the beginning again. Baby #2 was born vaginally and, though it was still painful, it was much easier! So I loved being “loosened up” after giving birth. It’s still painful initially but we are finally at the point in our sex lives (after over 7 years of marriage) that we are able to take time to figure out how to enjoy sex.
    The best part of all: we are so much closer for all the struggles we have been through. God is so good and He really can make miracles happen!

    • Sheila
      November 15, 2011

      That’s great! I’m so glad your husband was so patient, and that now you can take time to make it feel good for you, too!

  3. Chris
    October 18, 2012

    My wife had a simular problem after our second baby. She didn’t know it was called Kegel exercises but that is what she was doing. It worked great for both of us.

  4. kristin
    November 1, 2012

    Thank you for posting this – i have always felt SO alone in this struggle with vaginismis even though my husband has been understanding. I will be looking at the resources you posted.

  5. Jason
    February 18, 2013

    My wife has suffered for tightness for a long time about 8 years. It got so bad at times she decide that sex was not worth it this became a major issue in are marriage . She would talk to her obgyn about it get tons if different answers nothing worked Finally her doctor diagnose with vaginismus and did surgery to help but still no luck. Till one day we changed insurance and she was going to have to get a new obgyn this new doctor saw the problem quickly and gave us steps to fix it. Pills, cream and dilator. Long story short if your are having problems and your doctors not helping change doctors. Also dr drew has a podcast where he talks to Dr. Andrew T. Goldstein the leader in vaginal pain about these issue if I would have heard this 7 years ago would have fixed a lot of problems. They discuss how this is a huge problem and where to get help. If you are having issue find and listen. The wife and me I still working at getting back to a health sex life but not we try to be more understanding to each others needs.

    • Sheila
      February 18, 2013

      Thanks for sharing your story, Jason. This is such a difficult problem for so many couples, and few doctors take it seriously. I’m so glad you got help!

  6. Karie Mueller
    September 20, 2014

    My vaginal walls got loose after delivery of my first child and my husband was not feeling that sensation due to this problem but thanks to the product Myotaut Serum Now me and my husband both are happy!

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