What happens to your vagina and vulva while you are pregnant?

Last Saturday we reviewed what's happening with a male penis in old age.

The vagina and the vulva are of course the next step.

First, there are no bad, ugly or weird things when it comes to genitalia.

In addition, branded products that use female detoxification products, cleaning, conditioning or otherwise damaging their vagina need not be improved in any way. We all look different, we smell different and taste, and there is no perfect vagina (because they are all famous).

However, if you are concerned about the odd odor or color in the vaginal discharge, talk to your doctor about it.

Meanwhile, you can expect the next while you are pregnant.

Every year, women spend hundreds, if not thousands of pounds on the trimming, depilation and shaving of the genital area.

It turns out we do not have to worry about it because it will eventually disappear from itself.

When this happens, it is quite individual, though the process is likely to start in the 40s or 50s. Her shaved hair becomes thinner and gray.

Some women lose all their public hair, others do not.

In the first few decades of your life you will hardly notice any changes in the appearance of your vulva and vagina.

However, when your body produces less estrogen, your vaginal opening and vaginal length may be reduced.

After menopause appears, your body passes a lot.

This includes symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, sleep disorders, mood swings, anxiety, concentration problems, and more.

During this time, vulvovaginal atrophy (VVA), menopausal genitourinary syndrome (GSM) may develop.

Sounds scary, but it only means that your body produces less estrogen, and the vaginal walls become thinner, dry and inflamed. The vaginal can also be shortened and narrowed.

Other symptoms include bruising, frequent crying and continuous crying.

Some women also feel that the relationship is painful because of the reduction in vaginal lubrication.

It sounds like a nightmare but do not worry – there are simple treatments that will help you.

GSM is associated with stigma and many women are avoiding informing their physician about problems because they are afraid of what they might say or because they are hungry. If you are in pain or if you have any questions or concerns regarding the vaginal area, contact your doctor.

I can not show them anything they have not seen before.

The guilty in this scenario is again estrogen (or better said lack of the same).

As vaginal tissue changes, you may become more susceptible to yeast infections and urinary tract infections. However, this is not guaranteed for every woman.

As we age, our pelvic bottom loses strength, which can cause your genitals to be in trouble.

These muscles support the bladder, uterus, and bowel. When the bottom of the pelvis is weakened, these organs may become unbalanced – a condition known as prolaps.

Everything gets worse; Urinary incontinence may also develop (which often occurs after birth).

With regular bowling exercises keep your valuable load intact.

During the thirties, some women begin to lose part of the fat and the elasticity of their vulva, and may also become sluggish.

As a result, some women also have irritation and pain during sex.

Everyone can get sexually transmitted infection at any age.

After menopause or while passing through GSM, the vaginal tissue surrounding the urethra becomes thinner, as does the vaginal epithelium (consider it as a cell stack).

This means that your body will be easier to catch STI.

There is a simple solution: Use a condom or ask a partner to make an STI test before bedtime.