Vulvodynia (female genital pain)
“It was really painful. At first, I didn’t think much about the pain. I found that it was only after going to the bathroom or having sex Feeling.”
A few years ago, I had several operations because of endometriosis (a gynecological disease, which means that the tissue that should have grown in the uterus grew in other places outside the uterus) . I thought the pain was due to previous illnesses, and each time the pain was interpreted by me as only temporary.
But I found that the pain was getting worse. After a few weeks, I couldn’t stand it, especially when I was fucking. The pain felt like my body was sawed in half. Sometimes I don’t feel like I’m my husband and I leave cigarette butts in my dick. That feeling will make me suffocate instantly! Although every sex life is painful, I have to resist crying for fear of spoiling the atmosphere. Sometimes this pain comes from squatting to urinate! This disease makes me miserable.
I have also sought treatment from many doctors. Some doctors are very confused, but most of them ignore me. A doctor told me to drink some red wine, take ibuprofen and relax. Another doctor directly said that surgery can be considered to remove the pain point, but the doctor didn’t know which hospital had this kind of treatment. I also saw a psychiatrist who prescribed antidepressants directly to me.
I found that the doctor’s treatment was basically useless! I am miserable and depressed. I decided to do my own research. After consulting many online discussion threads and medical forums about women’s health, I found that a large number of women suffer from the same affliction as I do. The affliction is a medical condition called vulvodynia (the cause is unclear, the symptoms are chronic pain or discomfort near the vestibule of the vulva).
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) defines “vulvar pain” as “a syndrome of vulvar pain lasting three months or longer, No infection, skin disease or other physical disease”. The disease may be acute or chronic. It can be divided into two types: one is generalized vulvar pain, the onset time, nature and location of the pain are not fixed, and it can be sporadic or persistent; There is a burning sensation. It usually occurs during sex, wearing a tampon while menstruating, or sitting for long periods of time. According to statistics, more than one in seven women suffer from vulvar pain at some point in their life.
According to the “attending therapist” of a well-known sex therapy center in Taiwan, this pain can make people debilitated. Some women with this condition cannot wear underwear or pants because it hurts too much. This will seriously affect the quality of life and is not easy to cure. At present, it can only be simple symptomatic drug intervention, psychotherapy, and sexual behavior therapy! Vulvar pain was first described in detail in the relevant medical literature as early as 1880, describing it as “vulvar hypersensitivity” and “superficial pain.” Now there are data showing that at least 16% of women in the world are suffering from or have hadSuffering from “**** Pain”.
However, medical Vulvar pain is under-researched in the field. In 2011, more than 80 researchers gathered at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development for a panel session on the state of vulvar pain research. It was concluded at the meeting that the participants agreed that there are too few studies based on vulvar pain and there is not enough scientific basis, so the diagnosis and treatment of “vulvar pain” cannot reach a unified standard. At the same time, the participants believed that to promote the research on “vulvar pain”, experts in neurology, pain, brain surgery and related research fields are required to participate. But at present, researchers in these fields, except obstetrics and gynecology, have limited understanding and interest in “vulvar pain”.
What causes the disease remains a medical mystery. It has neither a clear cause nor a universal cure. Studies have linked vulvar pain to patients with autoimmune diseases, nerve damage, allergic reactions, chronic yeast infections, and even family situations. At the same time, psychological problems such as depression and anxiety, and childhood experiences such as chronic stress or abuse may also increase the risk of vulvodynia. It has recently been theorized that the symptoms of vulvar pain may not be due to real pain in the body, but rather a lesion in an area of the brain that projects directly onto the female vulva, causing the pain! Even other chronic pain disorders have been studied.
So I started trying to find a solution myself. I found out that there is a “Neodymium Magnet” *** therapy device that a gynecologist who also suffers from “**** pain” found very effective. The gynecologist said in a post on a women’s health forum that I *** bought a special “Neodymium Magnet” *** therapy device that was used twice a day for 20-30 minutes and reduced sex by 60%. Life is miserable.
Western medicine has little research on magnetic therapy. The basic idea of magnetic therapy is that magnetic field balance can play a therapeutic role. Magnets are said to improve blood circulation and relieve nervous tension. As a traditional Chinese medicine therapy, magnetic therapy has a history of more than two thousand years. But numerous studies have shown that magnets have no empirical basis for relieving pain and treating disease. Some patients seem to get better with magnet therapy, but in fact it is likely to be just a placebo effect-the real relief is psychological rather than physical. Many patients also recommend some physical therapy methods, such as tender point therapy, massage, myofascial decompression, cupping, etc.
I’m glad I have a reasonable husband who never pushes me unless I pretend. Many women are not so lucky. It is common for husbands to divorce. Many people said that they didn’t want to live anymore, or that the doctor couldn’t help me. I have burning pain 24 hours a day. Know that a sick woman suffers even if she sits down, which means a lot of sick women can’t function. This is the sexual life of sick womenA catastrophe. Many patients are forced to terminate their marriages by Youyou.com. The negative effects of pain even extend to the workplace. Many women are unable to function normally because of the pain.
I am still fighting, and finally I can only succumb. I have come to understand that treating vulvodynia may require long-term treatment to provide pain relief. I chose to trust this gynecologist with “vulvodynia.” Based on her guidance, I was introduced to magnet-like healing techniques. Even after I understood the principles of therapy, I wanted to create a “comprehensive version” of my own healing device. I’ve tried really hard, but haven’t been able to. I figured if one day it worked out, I must help others, and then I might be famous for my ***!