Dyspareunia Treatment

Regain a Painless and Fulfilling Sex Life

What Is Dyspareunia?

Dyspareunia is painful intercourse due to physical or psychological factors. The pain may occur at penetration, during intercourse upon thrusting, and/or after intercourse, on the vulva, and/or in the vagina. Since the location, duration, and nature of the pain vary between women, it is important to identify all three to help understand its causes.

BioMoi™ offers insight into how to treat dyspareunia naturally with their line of antimicrobial silicone vaginal dilators. After consulting with your physician to better understand your condition, vaginal dilator therapy may be recommended. Purchase one of the cleanest and safest products on the market and begin your road to recovery from dyspareunia.

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Some Dyspareunia Causes

Vaginal dryness
Endometriosis and adenomyosis
Estrogen deficiency, particularly for post-menopausal women
Cancer of the reproductive organs (ovaries, cervix, vagina, uterus)
Pelvic trauma from injury, surgery, or childbirth
Congenital abnormality

Treating Dyspareunia Naturally

We suggest you do not try and self-diagnose nor self-treat dyspareunia. A proper and thorough medical exam will ensure you receive the treatment that is best suited.

For postmenopausal women, a topical estrogen treatment may be prescribed to help increase lubrication of the vagina walls. But there are also natural treatments for postmenopausal dyspareunia, including the use of vaginal dilators.

Relaxing the vaginal area is key to progress toward enjoyable sex and penetration. This can be achieved via calming medication, breathing exercises, experimenting with different positions. Open communication is critical, so do not hesitate to involve your partner.

BioMoi™ provides a selection of antimicrobial vaginal dilators that can complement a therapy for dyspareunia and offers a natural dyspareunia treatment option. The dilators are made of platinum silicone designed to offer a smooth glide into the vaginal opening.

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