Teasing apart the pain from the sex: Is the pendulum swinging too far?
Archives of Sexual Behavior
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I am grateful for the opportunity to comment on three questions raised by Binik’s scholarly essay. Firstly, is chronic dyspareunia an example of chronic pain or of sexual dysfunction? If it is the former, should it be assessed and managed by specialists in chronic pain? Thirdly, is the multiple etiology of chronic dyspareunia atypical of sexual dysfunction?
Dyspareunia; Pain—Diagnosis; Pelvic pain; Psychosexual disorders; Sexual disorders; Vaginismus
Health Psychology | Medicine and Health | Psychiatry and Psychology | Psychology
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Teasing apart the pain from the sex: Is the pendulum swinging too far?.
Archives of Sexual Behavior, 34(1),