“We cannot normalize pain in sex”, says creator of “Vagina Without Neura” – 10/22/2020

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In the second panel of the V-Day event, promoted by Universa and sponsored by Bayer, held this Thursday (22), the pelvic physiotherapist Ana Gehring, from Vagina Sem Neura, spoke about one of the most common complaints among her patients: that of feeling pain during intercourse. According to her, many women used to talk to their gynecologists about this subject without finding the real reason for the discomfort.

In the panel “Sex, autonomy and choices: where freedom begins or should start”, mediated by Mayumi Sato, columnist for Universa, Ana Gehring spoke on the topic the side of the therapist and sex educator Ana Canosa and Yasmine Sterea, social entrepreneur and CEO of Free Free.

“They saw that anatomically everything was right: there was no endometriosis, myoma, nothing that was hurting. But there was no view of the tension in the inner muscles. In the same way that the shoulders tension and that we can develop bruxism because of the jaw tension. , the vagina can also tense when we are facing a stressful situation “, explains the pelvic physiotherapist. However, there are cases where the recommendations in the offices are only that women “relax” or start using a lubricant.

As an example of how pain is normalized, Ana mentioned the first female sexual intercourse. “How many of us are no longer scared to death because of the hymen, the bleeding? We have a number of neuroses regarding our sexuality,” he recalled. That is why she encourages women of different ages to identify the source of their pain during sexual intercourse and to combine psychological treatments with intimate exercises to reduce tension in the region. “Pain in sex is not normal and nobody needs to go through this”, he reinforced.

:: DIA V, UNIVERSE ::

Between October 22nd and 23rd, all presents the V-Day event, a series of panels on women’s health and sexuality. Held in a 100% digital environment, Day V, which is sponsored by Bayer, brings together 18 women, from different specialties, to discuss female cycles, intimate self-knowledge, sexual autonomy and freedom and abnormalities that require medical evaluations, but which are not always viewed as a problem.

Thursday (22), 10h

“Secret, loneliness, taboo: from menarche to menopause”

Mediation: Lia Rizzo, journalist and curator of the Dia V Festival

Participations: Mc Soffia

Kamilah Pimentel, mother and businesswoman of Mc Soffia

Isabela Correia, gynecologist and obstetrician

Taciana Fortunati, menstrual therapist

11am

“Sex, autonomy and choices: where freedom begins or should start”

Mediation: Mayumi Sato, Sexlog CMO and UOL columnist

Participations: Ana Canosa, therapist and sex educator

Ana Gehring, pelvic physiotherapist and creator of the Vagina without Neura profile

Yasmine Sterea, social entrepreneur and CEO of Free Free

Friday (23), 10am

“The era of intimate self-care: a conversation about self-knowledge and minimalism”

Mediation: Camila Brandalise, Universa reporter

Andrea Menezes, gynecologist and obstetrician

Isabel Dias, writer

Laura Della Negra, physiotherapist specialized in pelvic floor

11am

“Does being a woman hurt? It’s not normal to feel bad!”

Mediation: Bárbara dos Anjos Lima, publisher of Universa

Participations: Bruna Rocha, vice-president of the NGO CDD

Thais Emy Ushikusa, Bayer gynecologist and medical manager of women’s health

Vivi Duarte, CEO of Plano Feminino

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