“We feel that it is important the patient shares their condition with family members so they do not need to suffer in silence. Silence just makes the condition worse. Silence makes the vaginismus sufferer feel isolated and shameful.”
The blog goes on to describe that an excellent way of describing the condition to family members is by asking them to read the book and saying “this is me…please read the book and you will understand.”
Have you shared your own vaginismus story with your family members? If so, what tips would you give to future patients that are considering doing this?