The medical term for pain during sexual intercourse.
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Occurrence of pain during sexual intercourse. [dys- + G. pareunos, lying beside, fr. para, beside, + eune, a bed]

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dys·pa·reu·nia .dis-pə-'rü-nē-ə, -nyə n difficult or painful sexual intercourse

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painful or difficult sexual intercourse experienced by a woman. Psychological or physical factors may be responsible (see vaginismus).

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dys·pa·reu·nia (dis″pə-rooґne-ə) [Gr. dyspareunos badly mated] difficult or painful sexual intercourse.

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