For some people, having a tight vagina is a desirable trait — and they may even decide to undergo a surgical procedure to get one. But for others — particularly those who are menopausal and postmenopausal — vaginal tightness can be part of a larger painful condition called vaginal atrophy. Among the rumors floating around regarding what causes it, one is that not having sex during and after menopause could result in your vagina closing up. But is that true? Is your vagina really use-it-or-lose it, like your health savings account at the end of the year? In short, kinda.
These days, we look at our vaginas — or more correctly, vulvas — much more than women or men used to.
Sex can be a daunting enough experience as it is with a new partner, or for the first time, for example but think about how you might feel if you had a medical condition which meant your vaginal muscles involuntarily spasmed whenever penetration was attempted. Believe it or not, that's actually a real life medical condition - vaginismus - and it sounds as though it's a pretty difficult thing to deal with.
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