Conditions

  • Stress urinary incontinence (SUI)

    Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is the involuntary loss of urine often caused by physical movement or activity, such as coughing, sneezing, running or heavy lifting. Stress urinary incontinence occurs when the muscles that support the bladder and urethra weaken. 50% of women suffer from unwanted bladder leakage and 46% of women with urinary incontinence say it negatively affects their sexual function.
  • Women's sexual dysfunction

    Women's sexual dysfunction often occurs as a result of hormone fluctuations and can occur at any stage of life, such as after having a baby or during menopause. A decrease in hormones, specifically estrogen, leads to decreased blood flow in the pelvic region which results in less sensation during intercourse. A decrease in hormones also causes the vaginal lining to become thinner and less elastic. These factors can lead to dyspareunia, which is pain during intercourse. often occurs as a result of hormone fluctuations and can occur at any stage of life, such as after having a baby or during menopause. A decrease in hormones, specifically estrogen, leads to decreased blood flow in the pelvic region which results in less sensation during intercourse. A decrease in hormones also causes the vaginal lining to become thinner and less elastic. These factors can lead to dyspareunia, which is pain during intercourse.
    40% of women suffer from sexual dysfunction.
  • Vaginal laxity

    Vaginal laxity is a loss of tightness that occurs in the vagina. Many women experience vaginal laxity as a result of childbirth, aging, and/or menopause. Symptoms may include a loss of sensation with intercourse, causing a negative impact on female sexual function and quality of life.
  • Vaginal dryness

    Vaginal dryness can occur at any stage of life, however it is very common after menopause. During menopause, there is a decrease in estrogen which causes thinning of the vaginal and vulva tissues, as well as reduced vaginal lubrication during sexual activity. This may cause pain and discomfort during intercourse, which may contribute to a loss of sexual desire. The relief of these symptoms often leads to an increase in sexual sensation, desire, and arousal.
  • Dyspareunia

    Dyspepsia is defined as persistent pain that occurs with intercourse. This may happen at the time of intercourse and may last hours after intercourse. Dyspareunia is often a result of female sexual dysfunction, which include vaginal laxity and vaginal dryness. Dyspareunia is often relieved once vaginal laxity and dryness improve.

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