Overcome Vaginismus Quickly, Effectively and Permanently

What is vaginismus?

Vaginismus is a condition with painful spasmodic contraction of the vagina in response to physical contact or pressure (especially in sexual intercourse). When a woman has vaginismus, her vagina’s muscles squeeze or spasm when something is entering it, like a tampon or a penis. It can be mildly uncomfortable, or it can be painful.

What are the symptoms?

Painful sex is often a woman’s first sign that she has vaginismus. The pain happens only with penetration. It usually goes away after withdrawal.

Many women who have vaginismus also feel discomfort when inserting a tampon or during a doctor’s internal pelvic exam.

What causes it?

Doctors don’t know exactly what causes vaginismus. It’s often associated with anxiety and fear of having sex. Past traumas or painful sex might or overly sensitive nerves may contribute to the cause.

Current treatments are palliative

  • Kegel exercises: squeezing muscles you use to stop the flow of urine when urinating.
  • Botox: a nerve toxin to reduce the sensitivity of the pelvic floor muscles.
  • Lidocaine: a pain-killer to numb the vaginal tissue.
  • Psychological therapy and antidepressants: to control anxiety.

So far, most of these treatments are palliative remedies that do not provide a long-term cure.

NeuEve: A natural remedy of vaginismus

Since its inception 3 years ago, NeuEve has helped >50,000 women with painful sex to find relief. These include hundreds of women with severe vaginismus who have tried all methods or products under the sun without effect. So far, the success rate of NeuEve in relieving symptoms of vaginismus has been near 100%. Although it is unknown what the exact mechanism is, the good news is that NeuEve provides a safe, effective and rapid relief to women with vaginismus.

About the author

Dr. Renjie Chang's medical and pharmaceutical experience:
- OB-GYN in the Peking Union Hospital in China
- a faculty member of OB-GYN at University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
- drug developer at the Abbott Laboratories in Chicago
- Founder of Lavax, Inc, where she developed an innovative vaginal microbicide for preventing sexually transmitted disease with grants from NIH and Gates Foundation
- Founder of NeuEve, an all-natural women's health company


  1. After I had my second child my vagina is not the same and my marriage is about to fall and all.everytime I’m going to get penetration my vagina get tense and I get anxiety and pain ,I squeeze his penis so hard even without knowing push him out .any advice please

  2. Help i’m a virgin and want to have sex with my boyfriend but every time we try it either wont go in or is way too painful. I’ve tried everything i dont know what to do. It puts a strain on the relationship partially. I’m 21 and feel it should have happened by now. Please help me

  3. Yara,
    If pain and bleeding don’t get better, you can slowly stretch your hymen tissue with your fingers over time to make it less painful. In rare cases, you may need to see a doctor for a small procedure to open their hymen.
    Another reason is vaginismus. Please read more about vaginismus, NeuEve helped many women.
    Best wishes.
    Dr. Chang

    1. The past 5 times my boyfriend and I have tried to have sex, my vagina is too tight for him to enter. I am aroused and have tried to use lubricant, but nothing helps. It doesn’t hurt and I’m not a virgin and have never had this problem before. This is a very sudden change and I don’t feel anxious about having sex either. I had a pelvic exam two weeks ago and the doctor said everything was normal, but this was before this problem came up. Could this be vaginismus or a different problem?

      1. Hi Madison,
        Thanks for reaching out!
        Yes, it is vaginismus: painful spasmodic contraction of the vagina in response to physical contact or pressure (especially in sexual intercourse).
        Many women with vaginismus used NeuEve and felt relief. Hope this helps!

  4. Hi I am 34 and haven’t had sex. I am married and so far my husband has been understanding, but he is getting agitated now! I don’t want to use anything that is not safe as we plan to have a baby soon. If there is any way to fix this issue of me not being able to have sex? Please help!!!

  5. I am married for two months now and whenever I try to have sex with my husband I feel tensed and push him away and that really pisses him off so I don’t know wat to do

  6. I am eighteen years old, and I have had two sexual partners where I haven’t been able to fully enjoy sex because of a tightening feeling, which has even caused me to wonder if i have even had sex. I have been looking into the Vaginismus and I can draw parallels to my own situation and the condition. I now feel uncertain what to do.

  7. I have been trying so hard to have sex. We try all the time! But I can’t do it!! I always beg for him to pull out before we can even get it a quarter of the way. It hurt so bad and I end up bawling each and every time…what do I do…?

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