Painful Sex and Pelvic Pain Webinar


 

Does penetration sex feel painful?

Do you struggle enjoying sex because it hurts?

Have you heard from your doctor that everything is ok with you, but sex still hurts?

 

Pain is your body's way of signaling that something is wrong. It's a cue to take a step back and figure out what's happening.

Let's have a conversation about what might be causing the pain and design a path forward to reclaiming pleasure, intimacy and joy of sex.

 
 
 

Are you ready to chat and see if this approach is right for you?

I am setting aside 6 free exploratory coaching sessions from now until September 1, 2017 for attendees of this webinar to talk about about pelvic pain, what's happening for you, and what's possible so that you leave with clarity and support about next steps.

Fill out the form below or call me at 415 944 9560 to schedule your 1-hour coaching session.

Once I receive your form, I will send you a link to the time scheduler to book the session me. I book 90 minutes on the calendar for the 60 minute session + 30 minutes at the end to talk about next steps, if we both feel like it's a good fit to work together.

The more you can share in this form, the more I can get a sense of what you're looking for. Everything you share with me, in this form and otherwise, is strictly confidential, regardless whether you work with me or not.

Need help talking to your partner about sex coaching? Read these tips and download a worksheet to help you navigate this intimate conversation.

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If we decide to work together, do you have the financial means to invest into yourself, your sexual health and/or your relationship? *

Legal Disclaimer:

I am not a doctor, claim to be one or have any formal medical background. I do not claim to cure any cause, condition or disease. This guide and the website are the opinion of myself, a certified coach. 

All information here is generalized, presented for informational purposes only, not medical advice, and presented “as is” without warranty or guarantee of any kind. Readers are cautioned not to rely on this information as medical advice.

As with any other kind of pain, check with your OB/GYN or family doctor to rule out other issues such as infections. You may also contact a pelvic physical therapist such as the Pelvic Health & Rehabilitation Center in San Francisco.

If you might think that endometriosis is the cause of painful sex, check out Bad Periods, a website dedicated to information on treatment options.