How Your Vagina Changes Over the years: Women enjoy sex the most in the 30s

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Like the whole body, so does the vagina changes over the years. First, pass through a period of puberty, then maturity, delivery (not necessarily) and finally menopause.

The vagina develops according to the change in hormone levels in each woman separately.

Chronological map of the vagina:

In the 1920s: Make the first PAP test

In the ’20s, the vagina drastically changes due to hormones. The Vulva is completely built and tightened. Do not forget that the size, color, and shape of the vagina is special and unique for every woman.

If you start using contraceptive pills in the 1920s, this can reduce your vagina’s moisture.

In the 20’s you have to do your first PAP test or at least three years after you become sexually active.

In the 30s: Women have the greatest desire for sex

Changes in the vagina in the 30s are the most drastic in women who gave birth to a child. The elasticity of the outer and inner lips of the mouth and they become slightly darker.

In this period, women have the greatest desire for sex and most enjoy sex.

During this period, it’s good to start doing Kegel exercises to strengthen the vagina.

In the 40’s and 50’s: Pubic hair changes, onset of menopause

In the 1940s, the pH of the vagina increases, and most commonly there is a change in the color of pubic fibers. In these years, estrogen levels slowly decline, which leads to a decrease in collagen and blood flow to the vagina.

In the early ’50s, she goes through menopause. Then the vaginal dryness may develop, which can cause pain in sexual intercourse. Gynecologists advise in this period to start using lubricants during sex.

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