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Women’s Sexual Health

Women’s Sexual Health treatment


Women's Sexual Health

An overview of Women Sexual Health

Women’s sexual health involves a complex interplay of biological, psychosexual, and contextual factors. It’s a multisystemic concept, relying on the harmony of hormonal, vascular, nervous, muscular, connective, and immune systems. Three critical dimensions define women’s sexual health: female sexual identity, sexual function, and sexual relationships. Dysfunction in any of these spheres can lead to sexual disorders. While a sexual dysfunction may not necessarily become a sexual disorder, it must cause significant personal distress to be categorized as such. These issues are age-related, progressive, and common, affecting up to 43% of women. Sexual disorders have far-reaching effects on quality of life, self-image, relationships, and mental well-being. Women’s sexual health covers a spectrum of topics including desire, arousal, orgasm, and pain, with treatment options available to improve overall quality of life.

Female dysfunctions we treat at VIP Medspa:

Laxity and Wrinkled Appearance of the Labia Minora and Vulva:

This refers to a condition where the labia minora and vulva lose their firmness and smoothness, leading to a loose and wrinkled appearance. It can be a result of aging, childbirth, hormonal changes, or genetic factors. This condition might affect self-esteem and comfort.

Reduced Blood Flow and Sensitivity of Vaginal Tissues:

When the blood flow and sensitivity of vaginal tissues diminish, it can lead to decreased arousal and sexual pleasure. Factors like aging and hormonal changes can contribute to this issue, impacting sexual satisfaction.

Pain Sensation Caused by Atrophy of the Vaginal Lining:

Vaginal atrophy occurs when the vaginal walls thin and become less elastic due to hormonal changes, especially during menopause. This can lead to discomfort, pain, and even pain during sexual intercourse.

Decreased Level of Sexual Interest and Self-Esteem:

A reduced sexual interest, often termed hypoactive sexual desire disorder, can lower sexual desire and overall self-esteem. This can be influenced by various factors, including hormonal imbalances, relationship issues, and psychological factors.

Weakening of the Vaginal Muscles:

The weakening of vaginal muscles, known as vaginal laxity, can result from factors like childbirth, aging, or hormonal changes. This may lead to decreased sexual satisfaction and urinary incontinence.

Loosened Vaginal Canal (Especially After Childbirth):

After childbirth, the vaginal canal might experience some degree of stretching and loosening. This can affect sexual sensation and may lead to a sense of decreased tightness.

Urinary Stress Incontinence (Involuntary Dripping of Urine):

Urinary stress incontinence involves involuntary leakage of urine, often triggered by activities like coughing, laughing, or sneezing. It can result from weakened pelvic floor muscles, especially common after childbirth.

Dryness or Lack of Lubrication During Sexual Relations:

Vaginal dryness can occur due to hormonal changes, menopause, medications, or stress. This can lead to discomfort and pain during sexual intercourse. Adequate lubrication is crucial for enjoyable and pain-free intimacy.

At VIP Medspa we understand that a woman’s sexual wellness is a priority to treat, and eliminate any potential problems from self esteem to pleasure.  We successfully treat these conditions using:

Different Conditions


Acne Scarring


Dark Spots

Dull Skin

Fine lines & Wrinkles

Hand Rejuvenation

Hair Loss



Pore Buildup


Skin Laxity

Spider Veins

Uneven Skin Tone

Women’s Sexual Health