Inadequacies in the bedroom, regardless of who to blame for it is something that is a prevalent issue, even in its shroud of silence and secrecy.

While most of the time the problems are mentally induced, sexual dysfunction is something that can be more than mental or erectile – it can happen in women too.


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More than Just the State of Mind

Sexual dysfunction is an issue that transcends a classic ‘not feeling like it’ moment when your partner initiates sex.

The desire to get freaky might be there, but it might be the difficulty with arousal and losing the keys to kingdom come that might be making your interest wane.

Instead of blaming yourself, and jumping to your own absurd conclusion, its might be time to listen to your body and trying to be receptive to what it’s trying to tell you.


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Letting the Floor Speak












The scientific (and usually correct) reason why you’re experiencing the loss of sensation during sex and failure to climax can be because your pelvic floor muscles are weakened, through no fault of yours.

The chief contributor of weakened pelvic floors is supporting the weight of the uterus during pregnancy, but this does not mean only pregnant women suffer from it.

Aging and lowered estrogen levels, weight gain, constipation, and even constant coughing can cause your pelvic muscles to weaken.

The complications of a weakened pelvic floor transcend just your indiscretions in the bedroom. If untreated, you will end up losing control of your bladder, and even anal incontinence, meaning you can’t control the passage of gas when you fart, and feces when you poop.


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Sending You an “MMS”

Apart from the treatment, you can self-administer for your weakened pelvic floor in the form of kegel exercises, there are more direct and effective solutions for it that can really improve your quality of life.

If you’re already experiencing some form of loss in bladder control and anal incontinence, you might be in need of some MMS.

MMS is not the multimedia messages you used to send that cost you a bomb, but rather Magnetic Muscle Sculpting, a painless treatment I’ve personally undergone, to effectively strengthen the pelvic floor.

Making use of a leading-edge form of technology known as Functional Magnetic Stimulation, this treatment works on the peripheral nerves and muscles of the area of treatment, effectively toning it in the process without any pain in the process. All you feel is a weird tingly sensation which you will eventually get used to… I ended up even enjoying it!

I do not suffer from any form of incontinence yet and I’m still as frisky as a pubescent teen, but prevention is always better than cure.


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Scoring for Your “O” Levels

If your problems are strictly bound to the confines of your bedroom and it’s driving a wedge between your better half and yourself, you might want to opt for the aptly named V-vacious treatment.

This is a treatment with equipment specifically created to address sexual dysfunction. Administered via the patented Viveve System, this is a cryogen-cooled radiofrequency device that stimulates the growth of collagen within your vaginal walls, in turn fortifying the structural integrity of your pelvic floor.

This very intimate treatment is performed only by a skilled female aesthetician, so if you feeling a little shy, don’t be. Your pain threshold will also not be tested, in case you’re also wondering. This is a virtually painless treatment, just like the MMS.

So there you go… two treatments serving different purposes but with an overarching same one: to strengthen your pelvic floors, so you’ll have a good time in any room you visit – the bedroom or the bathroom.


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