Dyspareunia Improves After Interdisciplinary Treatment Approach
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Women with deep dyspareunia (sexual pain) might benefit from an interdisciplinary treatment approach, according to new research in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Dyspareunia is considered deep if it occurs with deep penetration.
For the study, researchers used an interdisciplinary approach with 238 women. Treatments included one or more of the following: minimally invasive surgery, hormone therapy, pain education, physiotherapy, and psychotherapy.
After one year, dyspareunia and sexual quality of life had improved.
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