It's not just your face that can give your age away, your vagina is getting older too. But a healthy vagina will continue to change as we go through life — this is totally normal. Key life transitions such as pregnancy and menopause will have an effect on your genitals, just as they do on the rest of your body. Read on to discover how a normal vagina changes with age…. If you are on the pill, or have taken it previously, your vagina may become drier in your thirties — experts believe that because the pill stops ovulation, you might not produce as much natural lubrication at this time of the month. The uterus swells to watermelon proportions during pregnancy — some women even get varicose veins on their genitals thanks to this increase in weight.
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Sex can lead to a number of health issues, like urinary tract infections and sexually transmitted infections STIs , but one long-held myth — that too much sex can permanently stretch or loosen the vagina — is simply not true. That's because the vagina is comprised of elastic tissue that can stretch while retaining its original shape, according to Mary Jane Minkin, MD, a clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Yale University. Although the vagina can stretch during sex to accommodate the size and shape of whatever is going inside of it like a penis or sex toy , it won't retain that size. After sex, the vaginal muscles contract and the vagina goes back to its original size.