The Treatment Seeking Trajectory of Women with Genital Pain Conditions

Kathy Bond

This research aimed to identify the factors that influence the treatment seeking trajectory of women with genital pain conditions. It is estimated that 15% of women experience dyspareunia. Research indicates that not all women seek treatment for genital pain, and of those that do seek treatment, many find it a distressing process. Eleven women with genital pain participated in two semi-structured, in-depth interviews. Fifteen women completed a qualitative on-line survey about treatment seeking for genital pain. 

 

The 6th Multidisciplinary Sexual Dysfunction Biennial Conference,
Recorded in Sydney, Australia on 25 - 27 April 2014
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Kathy Bond

BSc (OT), Grad Dip (counselling), MHSc (sex therapy), PhD candidate, Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Co-authors: Dr Elias Mpofu and Dr Michael Millington: Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Sydeny, NSW, Australia.
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