What Happens To Women Who Don’t Get Intimate Often


It’s all healthy to enjoy your partner as much as you willingly want to. However much happens once you stop. Below are some of the argued  things to expect !!!

  1. It doesn’t get tighter

that’s a myth! Taking a break from s*x doesn’t tone the pelvic floor, “tighten” the vagina, or cause the hymento reappear. “If it feels as though your v*gina is tighter after you’ve taken a hiatus from s*x, it may be more related to tension or a lack of comfort/arousal. If you’re a little nervous diving back in, take your time, use lube, and wait until your arousal levels are high before sliding anything inside,” says Dr. Jess, Astroglide’s resident se xologist.


  1. It may take you longer to reach 0rgasm.

“When my clients take a break, they sometimes experience a little delay getting back into the groove. In most cases, this is related to their fear of ‘letting go.’ Since part of the brain (thelateral orbitofrontal cortex) shuts down during orgasmic response, the willingness to surrender to sexual sensations is necessary to orgasm in most cases,” says Dr. Jess. This doesn’t mean that taking a break from s*x is a bad idea, but simply that you may have toreacquaint your body with orgasmic sensations when/if you decide to resume s*xual activity. This, of course, can be part of the fun!

  1. Your vaginal walls may weaken.

This mainly applies to women entering the menopause

An expert  explains, “Without regular frequency of intercourse as you get older the walls of your vagina thin out and can lead to painful sex when you finally get back into the sack.”

4. Your period pain may get worse.

Undeniably, it’s women who are coming worse off.

It may seem counter-intuitive, but having sex during your period can alleviate menstrual cramp

“The uterus is a muscle and many women will actually have a uterine contraction when they orgasm, which will cause the blood to expel more quickly, which will in turn decrease menstrual cramps,” Dr Streicher explains.

“Also, there may be an increase in endorphins, which also will help with menstrual cramps.”