Ladies are you aware lack of regular s*x can give you Atrophic vaginitis also known as vaginal atrophy, vulvovaginal atrophy, or urogenital atrophy.
Atrophic vaginitis is an inflammation of the vagina and the outer urinary tract due to the thinning and shrinking of the tissues with decreased lubrication which are all as a result of lack of the reproductive hormone estrogen.
Atrophic vaginitis is a common but treatable condition many women experience at some point in their lives and while it can be a problem for women of any age, it’s more likely to affect women who are going through, or have been through menopause. It can also occur in women who have had treatment for cancer or hormone treatment for B.reast cancer.
The common side effects of Atrophic vaginitis includes discharge, burning, itching, difficulty peeing and pain during $ex which might want to put you off having s*x for good, but regular orgasms, from your partner or a bit of self love, can actually improve and resist these symptoms by increasing the blood flow to your nether regions when you climax, almost like “exercising” down there.
According to a London-based $ex therapist, Louise Mazanti, it is very important that we have a healthy s*x life with a partner or with ourselves.
“People very often say, ‘I don’t have a $ex life because I don’t have a partner’.
“But forget about that and have a $exual relationship with yourself.
“It is about using massage and touching the tissue so that it becomes alive, the blood flows and the tissue becomes elastic.
“It is really about exercising the tissue.” He said.
Because increasing blood flow helps keep the tissue around the vaginal wall healthy, which means it is less likely to become inflamed, thin or dry making sure enough oxygen gets to the cells in the tissue because if the cells are not getting enough oxygen they cannot eliminate toxins and waste from the tissue, which can cause inflammation that leads to problems such as vaginal atrophy.
You should note that a build-up of toxins can also stop vital nutrients getting to the cells, which can leave the tissue slightly weaker and therefore, thinner.
Louise who further stated that losing the ability to have s*x is not just a physical problem, but it can also have some serious side effects for a person’s mental health., said;
“When your ability to have $ex and your desire to have $ex decreases it is a massive change in identity.
“You start to question ‘who am I now if I am not the $exual woman I used to be?’.
“It can cause depression and an identity crisis and deep consideration of an existential nature.”