As we age, many people expect a reduction in sex drive, lubrication or orgasm intensity. We’re here to tell you: it does NOT have to be that way!
The reality is that over time our pelvic floor muscles weaken. For 43% of women, that results in sexual dysfunction which includes:
- Laxity or looseness of the vaginal opening and canal. This is something that impacts many individual's self-confidence, especially after having a baby.
- Vaginal dryness and lack of self-lubrication even when you’re in the mood. When your muscles weaken, they lose the ability to self-lubricate.
- Orgasm dysfunction, which can display in a variety of forms. This includes decreased climax intensity, increased difficulty to achieve climax, limited situations that result in climax or inability to achieve climax.