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Female sexual problems II: sexual pain and sexual fears
Dyspareunia and vaginismus are two common and extremely frustrating sexual dysfunctions for women. Dyspareunia is recurrent genital pain associated with sexual activity and can be classified as primary, when pain has always occurred during sexual activity, or secondary, when it occurs after a period of pain free lovemaking. The term is usually used to describe pain on penetration, but it can occur during genital stimulation.
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