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In Latin, the suffix ‘-ismus’ implies a spasm or contraction. Therefore, vaginismus is an involuntary contraction of muscles around the vagina in response to penetration or fear of penetration. This can include sexual penetration, tampon insertion, finger insertion, and vaginal medical examinations. In order for something to be inserted into the vagina, the muscles around the vagina need to be relaxed.