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Your vagina is not too small: You might have Vaginismus

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Vaginismus is medically defined as a woman’s body’s automatic reaction to the fear of vaginal penetration. Photo: iStock
Vaginismus is medically defined as a woman’s body’s automatic reaction to the fear of vaginal penetration. Photo: iStock

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Sex is an erotic experience that many describe as the closest thing to paradise. However, it can be a huge nightmare for some people, especially women. While psychological and religious considerations may play significant roles in how it feels, biological and medical issues may well affect your sex life.

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