A hard and unflexible scar tissue may result in sexual pain. There is a lot you can do to contribute to soft and flexible scar tissue. Below you find a series of routines that may help you on your way.
Your scar should be healed entirely without infection before you start working on it. Ask your doctor if you are ready for manipulation.
We recommend that you nurture your outer scar tissue. It may be done by using oil, cream or other. We have good experience with the organic vulva lipbalm with shea butter and cannabis oil. It is almost like a wax protecting the skin. To nurture your inner scar tissue, add a moisturizer like Replens if you feel vaginally dry. Applying lubricant minimizes friction. Read Poor Lubrication
WORKING ON YOUR SCAR TISSUE
In the following, you can get inspiration to talk to your doctor regarding your scar tissue. These exercises are not complete specifications regarding time, force or repetitions. Always discuss the choice of exercises with your doctors. They can recommend what exercises are relevant and beneficial for you plus specify time, repetitions and force.
Remember it is always essential that you consider, what suits you and your body. Some women have scars that are tight diagonally; others have a tightness in the depth of the scar.
EXTERNAL SCAR TISSUE
Larger scars typically occur after cesarean section or other operation above the pubic bone.