~ NOVEMBER 2022 ~
Is your vagina as dry as a desert? Do you wish that you could get your sexy back?
Vaginal dryness is not just for the menopausal generation. It may surprise you to know that a 20-year-old on birth control pills can also have a dry vagina as can a 40-year-old on chemotherapy. Yes, vaginal dryness can occur at any age depending upon the hormonal changes occurring at the time.
During our younger years, the hormone estrogen is responsible for keeping the vagina moist and plump.
Folds in the vagina called rugae help to increase friction during sexual intercourse making it more pleasurable.
With age, the vaginal tissue thins, and the vagina shortens making it more susceptible to bacterial invasion and itchiness.
The external genitalia becomes misshapen. Women are apt to bleed more now with sexual intercourse.
How to get your sexy back
Well, you DEFINITELY can get your sexy back and regain that moist vagina. One of the best ways to do that is to use it.
Regular sexual activity increases blood flow and elasticity of the vagina. But doctor, how can I if it hurts so much????
What is the difference between a vaginal moisturizer and a vaginal lubricant?
A vaginal moisturizer can be used twice per week to normalize the vaginal pH and add moisture. It can be used in the sexually active or non-sexually active woman since a healthy vagina is not just for the sexually active woman.
Vaginal dryness can plague the 20-year-old on birth control pills, the 40-year-old postpartum woman, or the 70-year-old in a new sexual relationship. I recommend any and all women begin with a vaginal moisturizer.
The vaginal lubricant is used with sexual intercourse to ease discomfort and enhance pleasure.