What is Vaginismus?

Vaginismus is sometimes referred to as an imaginary “wall” in front of the vaginal opening as the reflex reaction continues to happen every time there is the potential for vaginal penetration (whether for pleasure or health & well being maintenance).

Vaginismus is ageless and can creep up on you when you least expect it. With all the experiences we encounter, the information we take in, digest and worry about including our own experience of pain, health issues,intimate activity. It is no wonder that vaginismus becomes the silent foundation/building blocks to a never ending cycle of unhappiness for women whatever their age.

The muscles act rebelliously, refusing to allow entry even though the woman may truly want to consummate and receive her spouse vaginally or have a pelvic examination, smear, use a tampon, menstrual cup etc. This is extremely frustrating for her whereby this experience becomes a fixation of negative embedded commands of which she has no control, and so the cycle continues. She no longer is in control of her pelvic area,muscles, body and mind. For the aroused man (read 9 : Erectile Dysfunation /Premature Ejaculation) , it is like running into a brick wall and very frustrating.

vaginismus Cycle Of Pain


Sex is an activity involving many complex conditioned responses, where successful intercourse is learned through experience and interaction – as we remember what feels good, works, and what is not comfortable – resulting in the mind and body anticipating intercourse positively.

The process of learning how to have successful intercourse is cut short when the vaginal muscles spasm as a protective device. With the absence of any direct conscious control on the woman’s part, nerves controlling the vaginal muscles react to the anticipation of intercourse as a call to tightly constrict, brace, protect, and guard against the onset of potential penetration. She may as well hang up a ‘No Entry’ sign because even ‘approach’ can be enough to trigger the unwanted response, let alone attempting penetration itself.

Primary Vaginismus

This is described as : when a woman has never at any time been able to have pain-free intercourse or any vaginal penetration. It is commonly discovered in teenagers and women in their early twenties, as this is when many young women will initially attempt to use tampons and experience problems with tampon insertion, have some form of penetrative sex, or undergo a Pap smear (gynaecological exam).

Typically, primary vaginismus is the common cause of sexless, unconsummated marriages. The PC muscles constrict and tighten the vaginal opening making it uncomfortable or in many cases virtually impossible to gain entry. When tightened, attempts to insert anything into the vagina produce pain or discomfort. Often women who have vaginismus may not be aware of the condition but worry happily feeds the cycle of negativity and so the problem accelerates, often leaving her no longer in control of her mind, body and well being.

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