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  1. Your Sex Life After Prolapse

    Medically reviewed by Amanda Savage, edited 20/07/2023

    A pelvic prolapse can really knock your self-esteem and leave you feeling uncomfortable in your body. If you’re in a romantic relationship, you may have some specific concerns about whether you can continue to have a sex life that is satisfying for both you and your partner. This guide will answer your questions with up-to-date medical information, as well as giving you some tips on how to regain your confidence in the bedroom. As specialists in pelvic health, we at Kegel8 understand what you’re going through and are here to help you feel like yourself again.

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  2. Vaginal Tightening: How To Tighten Vaginal Walls

    Throughout our lives, our bodies change – it’s just part and parcel of the natural ageing process. However, there are some changes that we’re completely unprepared for that we can’t hide. These can seriously impact our confidence levels and emotional wellbeing and even creep into our love lives and other relationships.

    Luckily, if you’ve noticed yourself feeling a little ‘looser’ than usual down there, simple exercises can alleviate these feelings and help to tighten your vagina in your own home.


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    Something you may not have bargained for with ageing is a somewhat ‘looser’ downstairs department.  This...

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  3. Vaginal Surgery

    With so many of us looking for a ‘quick fix’ when it comes to our facial and upper body appearance, it’s hardly surprising that this trend has migrated somewhat further down south!  ‘Designer vaginas’ are all the rage, and the soar in popularity of vaginal cosmetic surgery means it is becoming one of the fastest growing surgery types within the entire cosmetic industry.

    But, where does this need and desire to be ‘perfect’ come from?  As females, we are constantly reminded of what is ‘beautiful’.  Flawless images of women, the beauty of whom we could only ever aspire to have, are everywhere.  The pressure is on us to conform to this ideal, or risk being branded as ‘ugly’.  Well, this concept has now gone one step further, with many of us seeking perfection in our most intimate areas.  Many doctors and medical experts attribute the rise in vaginal cosmetic surgery to our increased exposure to internet porn.  Airbrushed images of ‘faultless’ models...

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  4. Peeing During Sex

    Medically Reviewed by Amanda Savage

    Peeing during sex is more common than you might think. However, it certainly isn’t an issue that you should let dictate your sex life.

    In fact, it's so common that around 20% of women under 60 have experienced some level of incontinence while getting frisky with their other half.  It’s sometimes referred to as ‘coital incontinence’ or ‘sexual incontinence’.

    For those affected, it can be a stressful experience. Anxiety about future leaks can wreak havoc with your libido – even killing your drive and leaving you feeling staunchly unsexy.

    Luckily, there’s no reason to live with the burden of weeing during sex forever, nor should you go through it alone. There are ways you can immediately...

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  5. Sexual Intimacy

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