Dr. Pacik retired as of September 1st, 2015.
We are now referring women with vaginismus to Maze Women’s Sexual Health in Purchase, New York. Dr. Pacik trained their staff in his Botox treatment program and progressive dilation under anesthesia. As a result, their treatment program is very similar to his own. They are caring and compassionate and have already treated many women with vaginismus. When you call, mention Dr. Pacik’s name and tell them that you are calling about the Botox procedure.
Contact information: 914.328.3700 or info@MazeWomensHealth.com.
Vaginismus Treatment for Painful Sex
Have fear and pain stopped you from having intercourse?
Are you unable to use tampons, or feel like they won’t fit?
Do you physically withdraw or panic during gynecological exams?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may be suffering from a condition called vaginismus. Once you come to terms with the “Do I have vaginismus?” question, you’ll learn that the condition can be overcome with our comprehensive Botox Treatment Program for vaginismus. This treatment for vaginismus represents a breakthrough in overcoming the condition. Our Botox Treatment Program for Vaginismus includes a pain-free, thirty-minute procedure under light anesthesia. During this treatment for vaginismus, we administer vaginal Botox injections to prevent the involuntary spasms. To continue with vaginismus treatment, we then progressively dilate (stretch) your vagina, leaving the dilator in place so that you actually wake up experiencing pain-free penetration.
Explore your options here at VaginismusMD.com. We’re here to help you understand what causes vaginismus, how you can know if you’re experiencing vaginismus symptoms, and offer some vaginismus stories and support from patients.
Learn more about our comprehensive Botox Treatment Program for vaginismus. Contact Us by Email or call 1-603-296-4920 for more information about vaginismus treatment.
“It has been three weeks and two days since my procedure.
I was finally able to achieve intercourse tonight – full penetration!
I have learned so much about myself and my body since the procedure.
I would highly recommend this to anyone who suffers from vaginismus.
I feel like I have a real marriage now. I feel triumphant!”
What is Vaginismus
Vaginismus is a condition marked by involuntary spasms of the vaginal muscles, brought on by the fear of penetration. As a result, any attempt at intercourse, tampon use, or even a routine gynecological exam is not just painful, but virtually impossible.
If you think you have vaginismus, know that you are not alone. Up to seven percent of women worldwide suffer from this condition Too often, vaginismus is overlooked or misdiagnosed by health care providers unfamiliar with this condition.
Vaginismus is also misunderstood by both partners in a relationship. She thinks: Why can’t I do what seems to come so naturally to other women? He thinks: Why can’t you just relax?
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