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What is Vaginal Relaxation (Loose Vagina) and Vaginal Rejuvenation?

Vaginal relaxation (loose vagina), an increase of the interior diameter inside the vagina, is a common condition suffered by an estimated 30 million American women as a result of childbirth, aging, or poor muscle tone, and can cause a lack of friction that diminishes sensation and gratification.

As a result of this correctable vaginal problem, women suffer from a loss of sexual gratification and the desired intimacy in a relationship due to a loose vagina which prevents them from feeling the friction they need to feel to enjoy sex, and results in the woman losing pleasure from intercourse and also taking longer to achieve orgasm.

Many women experience stress urinary incontinence due to this physical condition, and have difficulty controlling their urine, or notice changes in their bowel habits. These symptoms may be related to a common set of problems that may occur as a result of childbirth, aging, or a combination of both. Grouped together these problems are referred to as pelvic relaxation.

The general symptoms associated with pelvic relaxation depend on which organs are affected. The pelvic organs include the vagina, uterus, bladder, and rectum. These organs are held in position by three types of supports:

  • Muscles
  • Fascia Tissue
  • Ligaments

When these supports become damaged for various reasons, one or more of the pelvic organs may sag and, occasionally, even protrude outside the vagina, a condition known as called pelvic support defects.

Occasionally, this weakening of the muscles and tissue may occur in women who have never had children. In these women, the cause may be:

  • Inherited weakness of the supporting tissues
  • Unusual strain placed on the supporting tissues by a chronic cough
  • Unusual increases in abdominal pressure
  • Obesity

Often there is a feeling of heaviness or fullness. Small or moderate amounts of urine may be lost with normal physical activities such as laughing, coughing, walking, or running. In rare, more advanced cases, a mass may actually protrude from the vaginal opening.

Depending on the organ or organs involved, pelvic support defects can be defined more specifically as:

A cystocele occurs when the bladder falls or descends from its normal position. The most common symptom associated with cystocele is difficulty in completely emptying the bladder. This can be associated with bladder infections. Large cystoceles can cause the bladder to overfill and allow small amounts of urine to leak. Leakage is most common during activity such as walking or bouts of coughing.

A urethrocele usually occurs in conjunction with a cystocele. Both of these conditions result in, among other things, involuntary loss of urine, particularly when there is increased pressure in the abdomen, caused by walking, jumping, coughing, sneezing, laughing, or sudden movements.

Rectoceles happen when the rectum bulges into or out of the vagina. Rectoceles usually occur as a result of injuries sustained during childbirth. With a weakened or bulging rectum, bowel movements become more difficult.

An enterocele is the bulging of small intestines into the back wall of the vagina.

Uterine prolapse occurs when the uterus falls or is displaced from its normal position. There are varying degrees of severity depending on the descent. This produces a general felling of heaviness and fullness, or a sense that the uterus is falling out.

If you suffer from any of these symptoms, you should consult a medical practitioner. A vaginal rejuvenation product may also be beneficial for short term relief.


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