Skimpiness and wounds around your vaginal opening: how did that happen? blog
The consequences of wounds and skimpiness are greater than you think.
How do those wounds around your vaginal opening actually occur? It usually starts with some irritation in the area around the vaginal opening. The irritation turns to skimpiness and after that small wounds can develop in this area.
Just continue with intercourse, right? Not taking it seriously?
On a birthday I heard the sad story from Eva. Regret she has. So much regret. She never should have done it. She should have said stop immediately at the first signal. But she did not do this.
Now she want to protect other women to make the same mistake.
It has gone from bad to worse. The consequences are greater than she could ever have imagined. No, she doesn't need any help. She has accepted it. Tried so much already, but with no result. She has a great relationship. Lots of intimacy. No intercourse. It's okay for him too.
She said, “It's okay, but I would have liked it when it was different.
Eva has only increased my desire to inform even more women. She, and you shouldn't continue intercourse if it hurts. Pain means stop.
Continuing almost always means worsening of the complaints. Make sure the skin heals first. Not a little, but well restored. Don't go the way Eve went. Listen to the signals your body is giving you.
Jacqueline van de Bilt, Alphen aan den Rijn The Netherlands (+31) (0)6-49088912 email@example.com