Sexual health is vital to overall well-being. Vaginal and clitoral orgasms are essential for heightened sexual pleasure for which tight vagina having the capability of exerting sufficient pressure over glans penis is essential. Relaxed vagina cannot apply enough pressure over penis during sex and so both vaginal and clitoral orgasms are diminished in intensity. Data obtained from 78 white females and 64 black females indicate that resting pressure approximates 5 mmHg and pressure with appropriate pelvic musculature contracted reaches an average of 15 mmHg in vagina. In relaxed vagina pressure never reaches 15mmHg and so during sex pressure over penis is nil or negligible. Relaxed vagina impairs urethral stimulation in women so that âurethrocorporocavernosal reflex.â is affected and âSinusoidal and cavernosus musclesâ response during coitus is hampered which effect a degree of tumescence for both male and female partners. Loose vagina also does not increase the clitoral blood flow which due to which good clitoral orgasm cannot be achieved in loose vagina.
It has been proved that intravaginal pressure is decreased severely after vaginal birth. We could not find any report that aging also involves decreased vaginal pressure or not. However The patients with pelvic relaxation had significantly higher scores of collagen and fewer scores of cellularity within the connective tissue samples, compared with the ones without relaxation (p<0.01, p<0.01). It may be that during aging in many of women vaginal relaxation may be due to decreased fibroblasts and increased collagen content. New Technique for Management of Relaxed Vagina âPreliminary Study: Vishwa Prakash and Neeta Garg
Last date updated on June, 2014