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    Hi ladies. There is a new blog posted describing how important it is to know that everyone’s progress is unique to them and that everyone’s journey is different in overcoming vaginismus:

    Excerpts from the blog include:

    Dr. Pacik writes: “When three patients are treated the same day, we start with different degrees of severity of the vaginismus and different levels of anxiety. Each then follows along a different course. Some sail through with the large dilators, others struggle. Some achieve early intercourse others take longer. This is all emphasized during the counseling sessions so no one feels left behind. It is the final victory of overcoming lifelong vaginismus that counts. This is an important area for treated patients to post so others can understand the varied progress women make after treatment. It is all part of the big picture of the community supporting one another, so that here too, no one feels like a “freak” and no one ever feels the torment of feeling isolated.”

    I encourage you to read it and welcome your feedback and comments here.

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