The Emotional Impact of Vaginal Looseness: Building Self-Esteem
There are a lot of reasons that women may not have self-esteem – they might not think that they look good in certain clothes, they may not like their hair, or they may even feel that their job is inadequate. Another reason that women may lack self-esteem has to do with something a little more intimate: we are talking about the emotional impact of vaginal looseness and what can be done to treat it. No one should ever feel ashamed or unhappy with their bodies – especially their intimate areas – and luckily, if you do feel unhappy with the tightness of your vagina, you don’t need to worry – there are ways that this can be treated and have you feeling youthful and happy with your body again. Procedures, such as a vaginoplasty (or vaginal tightening), are real and possible and will allow you to enjoy intimate moments with your renewed self-esteem.
What is Vaginal Looseness, and How Does it Happen?
Vaginal looseness, or vaginal laxity, is what happens when the muscles and tissue in the vagina become relaxed or “loose,” meaning they are not as tight and firm as they once were. There are a variety of reasons for this to happen, and it is completely natural. However, many women find that it interrupts their intimate lives and can end up causing issues with self-esteem, making it difficult for some women to enjoy sexual activities.
Contrary to what you may have heard, vaginal looseness does not happen when you engage in intimate actions with different partners. In fact, vaginal looseness happens for other reasons – such as your age, genetics, childbirth, medication, and drastic weight loss.
How Does Vaginal Looseness Affect Self-Esteem?
Like the rest of the body, vaginal looseness can affect the self-esteem of a woman, as well. It can cause a woman to feel as though they are not good enough to satisfy their partner. Even worse, it can cause issues with a woman enjoying sexual intimacy and may even reduce her enjoyment, as well as prevent her from reaching orgasms. This can carry over into a woman’s dating life, which can ultimately have a lasting impact on her self-esteem.
When it comes to your self-esteem, it can be a real journey to build it up and feel good about yourself. Tackling problems and concerns that bother you is important, and one step at a time, you can climb what feels like a mountain while you build your self-confidence. One way you can boost your self-esteem is through daily affirmations, which you repeat each day to remind yourself that you are worthy. Another way to boost self-esteem may be talking to a friend over coffee or even seeing a therapist regularly. Finally, there are medical procedures that can also help to boost your self-esteem when you are dealing with vaginal looseness – something called vaginal tightening.
What is Vaginal Tightening?
Vaginal tightening, a procedure that is also known as vaginoplasty, is an outpatient procedure that tightens the muscles and tissues in the vagina. Once these tissues are tightened, the vagina will no longer suffer from vaginal laxity.
Vaginal tightening can be done in a variety of ways, but vaginoplasty is one of the most popular. This is a great option for women who have finished having children and want a procedure that will help them have a tighter vagina for years to come.
How Can Vaginoplasty Combat Vaginal Looseness?
Vaginoplasty is a procedure that works to tighten the muscles and tissues in the vagina, firming them up and making the vagina feel “tighter.” This is a great procedure for women who are suffering from vaginal looseness, as it can boost self-confidence and help a woman feel better about herself and more secure in her intimate encounters.
Are There Other Options?
There are other options for vaginal tightening, and some of them do not require surgical procedures at all. Options such as Votiva and Femilift are other choices that you may opt for. Talk to your doctor about what is right for you and what will best give you the results you are hoping for.
If you would like to learn more about vaginal tightening or to discover other options that may be right for you in your journey to building back your self-esteem, call the office of Dr. Ghozland today at 310-393-9359, and we will be happy to get you scheduled!