Tess, Tali and Tamra are all twenty-somethings who suffer from medical conditions that make sexual intercourse excruciatingly painful, and nearly impossible.
'ive never had sex, i mean im 23, this is ridiculous' great message, tess.
I understand what you're trying to say because it is beleived that the common steriotype that loosing your virginity sucks scares virgins so then they tighten up and it then causes the pain they fear. I beleive this has truth because I read up on it before I lost my virginity and made sure I relaxed and my first time was painless I know if I tightened up it would have hurt, but there are women who have REAL problems! Vaganesmus and the other problems expressed are real. Some women have real problems that need medical attention. Its not always mental.
see my comment above for a great facebook group with a ton of resources for this
There is an excellent closed facebook group on this topic with lots of info, support and success stories. Currently there is an acupuncturist recruting women in Chicago for a study she is running - she is offering free treatments. Search for Vulvar Vestibulitis Support Network (VVSN) on facebook.
Does anyone know if there's any way to watch this in Canada? It won't let me and I have a similar issue, so I'm very interested.
Even if you wait, it's not like the issue wouldn't exist.
You should start by seeing a reproductive endocronologist to make sure there are no other female issues and there are doctors who specialize in these types of conditions. Problem is there are usually less than 100 world wide - One is at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, MD Others are at Childrens Hospital in Boston - don't let the word children's get in the way of contacting them - Good luck and God Bless to all
I thought I was the only one who thought that! thank you for mentioning that!
These girls should look into Osteopathic treatment (a DO), especially for Tamra. Especially, ask if the doctor knows how to treat using Chapman points. A DO is equivalent to an MD, but they also learn manual treatments for the entire body (called manipulation). Not all practicing DO's use manipulation in their offices, but there are some, especially in NJ who solely treat with manipulation and only rely on using their western medicine training when truly needed. Good Luck
well the show is called "i cant have sex" and not "i have vvs or pelvic floor disorder"
this is very help full
ur totally right! y is it so wrong to wait to hav sex until u get married? is that wrong nowdays? i dont think so....
Tess is the cutest girl ever. ANyone know how i can find her? LOL
I am so sorry to hear about your sexual problems. I didn't mean all people in general could be easily cured of their painful sex problems by using mental control, just the people who were on this show seemed to be a little more fame hungry than into actually explaining the severeness of their disorders which seemed to go away magically within the 1 hour context of this show. I am sincerely sorry if I offended anyone. : ) Peace between us my friend
sorry i just changed the link to the blog
hey guys i started my own blog about this situation if you want to check it out its just about my experience and what i have been doing to fix it. http://endometriosis-vulvodynia.blogspot.com/
Damn, This is sad
there is no such thing as cured dear...I've had this for 7 years. and most of my pain comes from Interstitial Cystitis which is a bladder condition that the show didn't even touch on. I am more managed now. Cured isn't an option. Less painful sex is the correct phrase...it's just not as excruciating as it was