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When looking for additional help, your doctor should usually be the first port of call. But if you don't feel comfortable talking to your doctor about the problem then you can go to a Family Planning Clinic or a Genito-Urinary Medicine (GUM) clinic.
Many UK organisations are dedicated to sharing information and advice about your condition. Here are a few of the most useful:
https://www.omgyes.com/ Increasing sexual pleasure. A unique information source for women and their partners
www.fpa.org.uk Lots of info and links all about sexual health
www.relate.org.uk Relate (helps couples to resolve relationship and sexual difficulties)
www.familydoctor.org Family Doctor (provides very clear descriptions of many medical conditions and has an on-line diagnosis facility)
www.netdoctor.co.uk Net Doctor (an excellent facility with lots of good advice about painful sex and sex during pregnancy)
www.endometriosis.org.uk A site specifically for endometriosis sufferers (offering advice and support)
www.vaginismus.com A site specially for sufferers of Vaginismus, but we recommend the section what can men do to help. It applies to sufferers of collision dyspareunia, just as much as to suffers of vaginismus. Make sure your partner sees it.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org to get useful leaflets entitled Too Large and Painful Sex, and to ask for advice on any questions relating to your sexual health and relationships.