• Q&A: My Vagina Tightens Up And I Can’t Have Sex

    Some women, when they try to experience vaginal penetration, find that they feel unable to accept their partner’s penis or fingers into their vagina.

  • Q&A: I Experience Pain During Sex. How Can I Learn To Relax?

    Often, women who feel that they are not able to experience vaginal penetration are given a diagnosis of vaginismus.

  • Q&A: I Can’t Have Penetrative Sex, Can I Still Get Pregnant?

    In order to have the best chances of becoming pregnant, you will want to have your partner ejaculate at your vaginal opening in the days prior to ovulation.

  • Q&A: Vaginal Clamping When Reaching Orgasm

    It is unusual to hear of such extreme muscular contractions to the extent that sex is painful for a woman's partner.

  • Q&A: Alternative Ways To Get Pregnant Without Having Intercourse

    Question from a reader who wants to get pregnant but has pain with vaginal intercourse. Are there alternative options for getting pregnant?