Feb 12, 2018
Our guest today, Dr. Laura Berman, wants women to understand the
importance of identifying and addressing the issue of painful
intercourse and of being proactive in preserving their sexual
health and their intimate relationships. For many women, painful sex is a barrier to a fulfilling sexual experience. . . on Valentine’s Day – or any other day! Now you all know that I’m a big proponent of maintaining intimacy not just because it’s fun & should be fulfilling, but because it is good for your body, mind and soul at any age. This is especially true for women during & after menopause, a stage that can potentially encompass up to 40 or more years of a woman’s life! During these years however, certain sexual conditions can become a concern, including painful intercourse or, the medical term, dyspareunia.