We here at VuVa decided to put a list together of our favorite Menopause products for women who suffer from painful intercourse. Here they are: Neueve Cream NATURAL VAGINAL MOISTURIZERS FOR VAGINAL DRYNESS AND VAGINAL ATROPHY NeuEve suppositories and cream help ease menopausal discomforts: vaginal odor, dryness, atrophy, itching, burning, painful sex, and bacterial vaginosis.*100% all-natural food grade ingredients : palm oil*, sunflower… Continue reading 3 Great (and safe) Menopause Products for Women
Is KY Jelly Safe? 6 Dangerous Ingredients in Lube Repost from the Honeycolony.com by Maryam Henein Is KY Jelly Safe? 6 Chemicals in KY and Other Lubricants You Want to Avoid Parabens – Parabens (methylparaben, ethylparaben, propylparaben, and butylparaben) are used as synthetic preservatives; however, when used in lubricants they can be absorbed into the body. They… Continue reading Why KY Jelly is not that safe.
Do you know how many doctors a women sees before she is diagnosed with pelvic pain? Anywhere from three to twelve. What????? Yes, you read me right...... they visit tons of doctors (yes OBGYN's) that have no clue what is causing their vagina to burn, cramp and spasm. I personally diagnosed myself. After spending years… Continue reading You’re in charge of your vagina. Not the doctors.
Repost from the NeuEve Blog Female Sexual Dysfunction Once women enter menopause, they often talk loudly about hot flashes and night sweats. The elephant in the room is loss of libido. Interest or desire for sex declines. Some women are unable to become aroused, while others cannot achieve orgasm. Moreover, vaginal dryness and atrophy, as… Continue reading Female Libido and Sexual Dysfunction
Repost from NeuEve Blog What is vaginismus? Vaginismus is a condition with painful spasmodic contraction of the vagina in response to physical contact or pressure (especially in sexual intercourse). When a woman has vaginismus, her vagina's muscles squeeze or spasm when something is entering it, like a tampon or a penis. It can be mildly… Continue reading Overcome Vaginismus Quickly, Effectively and Permanently
This was in our email inbox this morning. This is why we do what we do. "6 months after the birth of my first child I started experiencing painful intercourse, and vulvar itching, tearing and discoloration. After seeing three different gynecologists, I was finally diagnosed properly by a wonderful Urogynecologist with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, Vulvodynia,… Continue reading VuVa Magnetic Vaginal Dilator Review from a customer who suffers from Vulvodynia and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
As the inventor of the VuVa Magnetic Dilators, I am constantly wanting feedback from my customers because I love hearing success stories. Sometimes receiving a response can be hit or miss because of the private nature of vaginal dilator therapy and pelvic pain issues. So I decided to write and ask a few using the… Continue reading I asked a few women about their vaginal dilators. This is what they said:
BY ASHLEY OERMAN on WomensHealth.com February 2, 2015 As women, we do a lot to keep our nether regions in shape: monthly waxes, birthcontrol, and yearly checkups—and that's just for starters. Recently, Gwyneth Paltrow recommended another to-do for your hoo-ha maintenance checklist: the V-steam. On her lifestyle site, GOOP, Gwyneth writes that steaming your V is when… Continue reading 3 Reasons You Definitely Shouldn’t Get Your Vagina Steamed via Women’s Health
We here at VuVa decided to put a list together of our favorite pelvic pain products for women who suffer from painful intercourse. 1.Slippery Stuff Gel Paraben-Free: Their Gel formula (blue label) was developed for use in the medical community and is specifically designed to stay where you put it. For over two decades medical… Continue reading 5 Great Products for Painful Sex
In the months or years leading up to menopause (perimenopause), you might experience these signs and symptoms: Irregular periods Vaginal dryness Hot flashes Night sweats Sleep problems Mood changes Weight gain and slowed metabolism Thinning hair and dry skin Loss of breast fullness It's possible, but very unusual, to menstruate every month right up to… Continue reading Menopause Symptoms