Vaginismus is a sexual intercourse problem that describes involuntary contractions of the vaginal muscles that causes inability to have sexual intercourse or being very painful.

As a result of some subconscious fears and false sexual information, the pelvic muscles in the outer 1/3 of the vaginal canal contract involuntarily (that is, out of the person's own control) as a result of the body's "self-protection mechanism". Thus, sexual intercourse becomes impossible.

Women with vaginismus problems describe contractions not only at the vaginal entrance, but also in many parts of the body such as the abdomen, waist, back and legs. For this reason, after couples try to have intercourse, people may feel widespread muscle pain in these areas. This situation is somewhat related to the degree of vaginismus.

Don't delay your vaginismus treatment!

In our treatment centers, Modus ESWT is used for vaginismus treatment.


Modus ESWTModus ESWT improves the quality of life by treating severe contractions and spasms in the vagina that make intercourse almost impossible, intense feeling of the necessity of closing oneself despite the desire for sexual intercourse, partial realization due to contractions even if sexual intercourse is provided, and pain, pain or burning in the vagina during sexual intercourse.

Each treatment session is 20 minutes. And after 6 sessions, the natural pleasure of the woman comes back.

It provides permanent treatment by accelerating the formation of new vessels.


Modus ESWT provides permanent treatment by accelerating the formation of new vessels.

As a result of researches, 75% of women face pain, pain and burning problem during sexual intercourse throughout their lives.

Modus is an effective and fast method.

After the treatment, the patient continues her daily life.

Side Effects of Modus ESWT

Modus medical treatment is easy to apply. And it has no side effects.

Advantages of Modus ESWT

Modus is an ideal treatment for the following symptoms;

  • Decreased vaginal lubrication
  • Decreased sexual arousal and difficulty reaching orgasm
  • Vulvar Vestibulitis Syndrome
  • Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome

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