The Condition

Much like the skin covering the rest of our bodies, the vagina ages and is susceptible to sagging and a reduction of elasticity. Women often notice symptoms of vaginal laxity after pregnancy and childbirth but are also particularly vulnerable to vaginal loosening following the menopause.

Besides laxity, post-menopausal women often report atrophic vaginitis, whereby the vaginal lining becomes thinner, drier and less elastic because of declining levels of the hormone oestrogen. An atrophic (loose) vagina can cause great discomfort in daily life, owing to a lack of lubrication. These symptoms can in turn cause general itching, pain during sex and decreased sexual satisfaction.

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