Painful Intercourse (dyspareunia)

Both men and women can experience pain through intercourse.

Women can experience painful intercourse when they are not fully aroused and penetration takes place. Some penetration positions can involve deeper penetration and can be painful.  Medical conditions such as pelvic infections, surgery and child birth injuries can also cause pain.

Any medical condition that is causing you pain should first be treated. Where a medical condition has been ruled out, then sex therapy can help you to improve your sexual relationship.


At present I am training with the Contemporary Institute of Clinical Sexology (CICS) and deepening my understanding of female sexual problems. I have been trained to a high standard and am able and willing to help. I am offering accessibly priced therapy to support you with these sensitive issues at a fee of £10 per session.

Contact Me

Keith Fowler  

Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist

mobile  07896644377