Around four out of ten women suffer from some type of pain during sexual intercourse. The term dyspareunia simply means “painful sexual intercourse”. Pain can happen after intercourse, during intercourse or even before intercourse takes place.Continue reading
Evelyn Mendel participated in the course on Physical Therapy in Female Sexual Dysfunctions this past weekend with the Pelvic Floor Physio Carla Pereira, a reference in the area of sexuality! Evelyn also helped organize the course to bring to Porto Alegre/ Brazil the very best in the study of Physiotherapy and Female Sexuality.
It is always import to continue my professional development to always improve the sex life and quality of life of women!
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A pelvic floor musculature that will not cause problems is one that is and will remain healthy.
It is estimated that around 40% of women between 45 and 60 years of age present one of the main disorders caused by alterations in the pelvic floor, called urinary incontinence. Among its causes is muscle weakness.
Several other problems can arise as a consequence of an unhealthy pelvic floor, such as: Pain during intercourse, problems with arousal and orgasm (40% of women report having at least 1 symptom related to sexual function), erectile dysfunction and other sexual dysfunctions, prolapse of pelvic organs, urinary retention and constipation, incontinence of gas or feces.