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    When Sex Hurts: A Women's Guide to Banishing Sexual Pain
    Andrew Goldstein MD, Caroline Pukall PhD

    While dyspareunia (or, painful sex) is estimated to affect millions of women, it is a condition that causes embarrassment and silence—often going undiscussed or undiagnosed. And while more doctors are beginning to recognize sexual pain as a physiological, not a psychological, condition, most are still quick to prescribe antidepressants and numbing agents to mask the pain instead of treating its cause.

    Director of the Centers for Vulvovaginal Disorders Dr. Andrew Goldstein and leading researcher Dr. Caroline Pukall tackle the stereotypes, myths, and realities of dyspareunia, addressing its more than twenty different causes and offering the most up-to-date research. This book provides the long-awaited answers to so many women’s questions.
    Frank, authoritative, and accessible, When Sex Hurts helps women understand why they hurt and what can be done about it.

    272 pages
    Da Capo Lifelong Books (January 11, 2011)

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/073...ASIN=073821398
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    Has anybody read this book??? Any thoughts?

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      hey there havent read the book but recently got an email from a friend reguarding this subject:

      "Hey! I know that this cream was just recently created by a doctor from UT. I am not sure if it is sold a lot of places yet and I know not many doctors even know about it. But it works great for me! The tube just says 30 estrad/lido/clobet .01/5/.05% If you wanted to ask about it the pharmacy that made it for me is Spence's in Logan UT 435-753-8500. Just ask about a cream that is support to help IC people who have painful intercourse."

      best of luck
      Have had IC sense i was younger, runs in my family.
      i handle my IC 100% naturaly. Look me up on youtube my user name is DirtAllianceGurl69. I share some tips on Doing this the natural way

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