For a couple, sexual intercourse mean a lot. The vaginal relaxation syndrome is not just caused by the ageing. Many other events or conditions can contribute to this problem because of the body of changes in the body. If you have this problem, one of our doctors can help you get rid of it. Please continue reading to learn more about it.
What is Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome?
It is a condition where loss of the optimum vaginal structure takes place due to aging or vaginal childbirth. In addition to aging, weight gain, pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, and similar changes in the body, can cause this problem. These changes in the body are marked by a decrease in hormonal levels and vaginal atrophy. The most common cause of this issue is a vaginal birth.
Most women get to know about vaginal relaxation during sexual intercourse. In other words, the couple will not have the same experience they were used to have before. Typically, the couple feels little or no friction during the intercourse. Women often lose some portion of sensation during intercourse after having a vaginal birth.
Effects of Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome
Gynecologists often say that the vagina will return to normal form after vaginal birth.But for some women, this is not the case. There are no health risks associated with vaginal relaxation syndrome but different mental and functional problems often arise for the person suffering from it.
For a woman who is not sexually active, matters other than sexual intercourse may not get affected. For a woman who is sexually active, many problems can occur at the same time. The couple will not be able to enjoy intercourse as they previously did. This could negatively impair the relationship and also cause the women to experience mental health issues.
Causes of Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome
In most of the cases, women are not born with this common vaginal condition. It is also not true that it happens due to an abnormal size of the penis. For most patients, the problem arises due to vaginal trauma. The most common cause of vaginal relaxation syndrome is virginal childbirth.
The woman is more at risk of suffering from this if she goes through multiple pregnancies. However, one vaginal birth can also leave the woman with vaginal relaxation. In other cases, a woman can get this problem due to a major change in the body. Some major causes have been enlisted below.
- Weight gain
- Pregnancy and childbirth
Symptoms of Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome
If a person is suffering from vaginal relaxation syndrome, she will experience clear signs. Some notable symptoms have been enlisted below:
- Vaginal dryness
- Pain during sexual intercourse
- Vaginal irritation (burning and itching)
- Low vaginal pH (vulnerable to infection)
- Urinary incontinence (weak vaginal muscles)
If you are a victim of this problem, one of our experts can help you get rid of it.
Treatment for Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome
The doctors at Euromed Clinic Center Dubai use surgical and non-surgical techniques to make this important part flawless again. If you feel like losing proper vaginal structure, you should consider our advanced and safe vaginal relaxation syndrome treatment.
Benefits of Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome Treatment
There are plenty of benefits a woman can enjoy after taking vaginal relaxation syndrome treatment. Typically, women get the following benefits:
- The person’s quality of life will improve.
- The person will feel complete and fulfilled.
- The couple will have better sexual pleasure.
- The vaginal canal will get a proper structure.
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Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome (VRS) FAQs
What is pelvic relaxation?
In pelvic relaxation, the muscles and ligaments that support the pelvic floor become weak. Due to this, the pelvic floor sags and presses into the vaginal wall. In some cases, this also causes Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome (VRS).
Can vaginismus be cured?
Yes, vaginismus can be cured. Usually, the reasons behind vaginismus are psychological and emotional. These can be treated with the help of sex therapy, counseling, vaginal dilators, cognitive behavioral therapy, or physical therapy.
Why am I always wet down there and smelly?
Several reasons can cause a wet and smelly vagina but not every reason is serious. Mostly, it is caused due to a mild vaginal infection, known as bacterial vaginosis. This happens due to an imbalance in the good and bad bacteria in the vagina.
How do I stop smelling down there?
If your vagina smells bad, try some basic changes in your routine to eradicate the smell. Practice good hygiene and wash your vagina regularly. Try changing underwear or consider a pH product. Essential oils and vinegar also help. If nothing else works, use prescription medications.
How do you know if you have a bacterial infection in your vag?
Some symptoms appear if there is a bacterial infection in the vagina. Usually, the patient experiences a thin, gray, white, or green vaginal discharge. The vagina smells foul and starts to itch. The patient also feels a burning sensation while urinating.
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Dr. Rupinder Kaur Ruprai MBBS, MD (Ob/Gyn), Assoc-RCOG, F.MAS, D.MIS, D. Repr Med, M.CosmeticGyne, MBA Specialist Obstetrician & Gynecologist President - SARG (Society of Aesthetic and Regenerative Gynecology) Member - ISCG (International Society of Cosmetic Gynecology) Head - ESAG-India Chapter (European Society of Aesthetic Gynecology) Scientific Member – ISGAR (International Society of Gynecology, Aesthetics, and Research) Associate Professor (Ob-Gyn) & Specialist Obstetrics & Gynecology (UK, European US, and Indian Board Certified) Dr. Ruprai has over 20 years’ experience providing functional, endoscopic, laparoscopic, reproductive, and aesthetic gynecological treatments. Her holistic approach is very popular with patients and extends to anti-aging medicine that incorporates hormonal balance…Read more
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