How we form scar tissue and how it might affect us sexually is a very individual experience. Some heal so well that all you see is a thin, almost invisible line. Others form a hard and inelastic twine that can extend into the body and adhere to inner tissues and organs and cause sexual difficulties. Scar tissue can also come in connection with inflammation and infections. Scar tissue can be situated on the outside of the skin, but it can also be apparent inside the vagina or between tissue and organs. Scar tissue in the vagina may result in a narrowed, diminished or closed vagina.
Scar tissue can appear after an injury to the skin or tissue. The body ties strong bonds, almost like sewing thread, to protect the fragile area. The result might be hard, tight and painful tissue causing sexual pain. An area suffering of lack of blood circulation and blocked nerves. Is the scar situated in or […]
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