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...loving them.However, it is worth remembering that any of these problems may be caused by pelvic floor dysfunction resulting from childbirth, gynaecological surgery, as well as stress, changes to the locomotor system and other factors. Skilled physiotherapy which is individually adjusted to a particular patient allows her to enjoy better intimate sensations.And in the case of vaginismus, it makes sexual intercourse possible.
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...The bladder – controlling urination, how strongly and frequently an urge to urinate is felt. Female reproductive system – no painful ovulation and menstruation; the cervix is held properly during pregnancy, it opens properly during labour and the child’s head takes the proper position. For both sexes:feeling sexual satisfaction, possibility to reach an orgasm; for men – control during sexual intercourse. Proper work of the intestines, the ease of passing stools, control of wind and defecation.
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...and oncological causes have been ruled out in such problems, it is worth examining how the pelvic floor works. More Dyspareunia (painful sexual intercourse), lack of orgasm Reduced sense of touch or sensation (including anorgasmia), partial sensitivity, painful sexual intercourse, vaginismus (muscular contraction making sexual intercourse impossible) and discomfort during sex (avoiding certain sexual positions) are among the most intimate problems. More Painful menstruation, ovulation pain or midcycle pain and other pains in the area of the pelvis, perineum, hips or sacrum may be symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction. More Vaginal and cervical prolapse It can be noticed by women after childbirth or menopause as a feeling of discomfort or foreign body in the vagina. In more severe situations...
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