When it comes to botox, most people instantly think of the beauty world. But think again – Girls are now getting botox injected into their vagina’s.
Botox treatment is now becoming popular in the women’s health industry.
WHY? Botox is well known to paralyze/freeze, and relax the muscles in, and around the area it has been injected into.
Many girls, and women of all ages suffer from various health conditions that result in her vagina being very tight.
Some may explain it as, “My vagina (often referred to as ‘my Va Jay jay’) is too small.
Too tight to insert tampons – (or anything else), have sex, or gynecological examinations, without experiencing a lot of pain.
For some, it is actually impossible to have anything at all inserted in the vaginal area.
There can be various reasons why the vaginal area is too tight, but one of the most common ones is a condition called, vaginismus.
In short, vaginismus is when your vagina becomes too tight because your vaginal muscles are tense, or tensing (going into a spasm).
The vaginal muscle tension is out of the women’s control. It is not something the she is doing on purpose.
Many ladies may feel relaxed, but are unaware the vaginal muscles are tense, until they seek medical help.
There are various types of treatments used for vaginismus. Botox injections are usually only given when no other form of treatment has worked, or the patient is too overwhelmed (anxious/stressed) about trying other methods, (such as dilator training).
In the video below, Dr. Bat Sheva Marcus from Maze Women’s Health, explains how and why they perform Botox treatment for vaginismus.
Please note: Other clinics may vary on how & why they perform vaginal botox treatment for vaginismus, as you will see in How Botox Helped Her To Have Pain Free Sex.
How Botox Injections Are Used For Vaginismus
The treatment is performed in the surgery center, and doesn’t take long to perform, around 15 minutes is all that is needed.
You are put under conscious sedation, so you are not under full anesthesia, but semi awake in a dreamy type way and very relaxed, so the procedure can be performed.
Once the patient is completely relaxed, the surgeon will pull (stretch) the vaginal muscles, then inject botox and liatican (a numbing medicine), up and down the vaginal canal.
A dilator is inserted into the vagina, and when the patient wakes up it is still inside. When they wake up they don’t feel any pain from the dilator, as their vaginal muscles are very relaxed from the botox.
The botox freezes the vaginal muscles, so they won’t spasm (tense up) when something is being inserted.
In saying this, the botox vaginal treatment is not a long term fix. Botox can last up to 6 months or so.
The Botox enables the women to be able to insert something into her vagina, without all the fear and anxiety of pain.
Regular use with a dilator to stretch the vaginal area is often needed afterwards, to stretch the vagina to a larger size.
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“(DISCLAIMER: I am not a health care professional, the information in this article is based on my own personal experience of living with vaginismus, vaginal atrophy (including menopause issues), and what I have learned along the way. Some articles on this website will include other womanly issues that I feel women need to know about. If you have any concerns about your health, it is best for you to seek advice from a health care professional – Full disclaimer)“.