Vaginal laxity

Vaginal Tightening Can Be the Solution for You


What is vaginal laxity?

Vaginal laxity is a health and self-esteem issue for many women, although not many want to talk about it. The term refers to a “looseness” in the vagina. Women with this problem often lose sexual satisfaction because there is less vaginal sensation during intercourse. Some women then lose confidence, concerned that a compromised sex life will have a negative impact on their relationships.

The elasticity of a woman’s pelvic muscles often determines her sexual well-being and the condition of her bladder control mechanism. When the pelvic muscles contract and relax with ease, the urogenital apparatus is considered to be in good function. Aging, frequent pregnancies, difficult childbirth, menopause, or the aftereffects of medical procedures such as hysterectomies and chemotherapy, are all causes that can trigger the weakening and lack of elasticity of the pelvic muscles.

Although they are irritating, the symptoms of vaginal laxity are often ignored or considered temporary. However, a lack of vaginal tone (feeling the loss of a “tighter vagina”) can have an important and negative effect on sexual intimacy and on the couple’s life, as well as weaken the urinary system.

Simple and effective treatments are available for vaginal tightening. Our certified doctors offer non-surgical solutions that will restore your well-being. Contact us for a consultation today.

At ELNA Sexual Wellness we offer a multidisciplinary approach to treating your sexual concerns.

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When to seek medical help?

Even though it’s a very common health issue, many women are reluctant to discuss it. Even fewer explore treatment options with their health providers. But there are some tried-and-true traditional solutions and high-tech treatments that can greatly improve most cases of vaginal laxity.

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Vaginal dryness can be a source of embarrassment. This may prevent women from discussing symptoms with their physician or partner; however, the condition is a common occurrence that affects many women.

Symptoms include loss of sensation with intercourse and decreased sexual satisfaction. Vaginal laxity can lead to a negative impact on female sexual function, body image and quality of life. The condition is poorly recognized and frequently under-reported.

In most cases, the symptoms can be treated and sexual performance can be restored.

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Some women may realize vaginal laxity is an issue but may not know that other symptoms they are experiencing are related to a weakened and loose vaginal canal.

  • Decreased sexual satisfaction
  • Insufficient lubrication
  • Loss of confidence
  • Loss of sensation during sexual intercourse
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Urinary incontinence

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of vaginal laxity, the ELNA Sexual Wellness can help you find a treatment that will work for your goals and lifestyle.

“Looseness” in the vagina shouldn’t affect your
self-confidence and sex life!

Vaginal laxity is a health and self-esteem issue for many women, although not many want to talk about it. If vaginal laxity affects your lifestyle, in particular your sex life and relationship with your partner, consider making an appointment with a doctor.


Causes of vaginal laxity

Like all other skin of the body, vaginal tissues are made up of collagen. Collagen attributes the elasticity and strength of the tissues in and around the vaginal area. For many women, the physical stress caused by vaginal delivery decreases the level of collagen in the tissues; thus, reducing their sensitivity and tone.

Loss of tone in the vaginal area can give women a feeling that their vagina has become too loose. This can be noticed by a loss of sensation, difficulty reaching orgasm during intercourse, or, for some couples, a decrease in the partner’s feeling of vaginal pressure during penetration. Loss of tone in the vaginal area may also cause awkward urinary signs, such as bladder leaks when sneezing.

Childbirth is not the only cause of vaginal laxity. Other causes may contribute to this condition:

  • Aging: With age, the body’s muscles generally become less firm.
  • Menopause: Approximately 50% of women report having significant vaginal laxity following menopause. This is due to a decline in estrogen levels.
  • Genetic disorders: Some genetic disorders can affect the metabolism of collagen.
  • Vaginal trauma: Accidents, sores, or traumas caused by foreign objects.

Until recently, there has been very few available therapies that allow women to treat vaginal laxity. However, solutions are now available to women suffering from vaginal laxity. Vaginal tightening therapies by laser (diVa) or injection are non-surgical, safe, and durable methods that quickly restore a woman’s sexual well-being.

You deserve to feel confident about intimacy in your relationship.

Book a consultation with our specialists to learn how we can help you optimize your sexual life.


Treatment options

There are many potential responses to vaginal laxity. The doctor will evaluate your situation and determine the best course of action. The list below shows some non-surgical therapies.


Cliovana™ Treatment

Simple, non-invasive way to increase women’s arousal levels and orgasm frequency & intensity.


Injection Therapy for Women

Improve your sexual function and reduce your vaginal dryness


Vaginal Therapy

Quick, comfortable solution to a woman’s most intimate challenges!


Vaginal Skin Tightening

Restores the appearance of external vaginal skin

Available in clinics:

Decarie Square, Montreal

6900 Boul Décarie, Suite M270
Montréal (QC), H3X 2T8

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