Women might improve their sexual health through exercise, experts say. But too much physical activity could be detrimental.
These findings are based on a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study involving 322 women in Italy.
How much exercise was needed to boost sexual function? And how much was too much?
The vagina is a flexible, elastic organ designed to expand and contact as needed. However, some women feel that their vagina is tight, making penetration uncomfortable.
This week, we updated our website's Q & A item on this subject:
Can the vagina tighten?
Readers may also be interested in these related questions:
What is vaginal laxity and how might it be addressed?
What are vaginal dilators?
What is vaginal flatus?
Updated weekly, our website's Q & A feature answers dozens of sexual health questions for patients and professionals alike.
Injections of collagenase Clostridium histolyticum (CCH) have become a popular way to treat Peyronie's disease.
However, the protocol can take several months to administer.
Should men continue if they don't have improvements early in the process?
Find out what experts think in our website's latest research summary.
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