Intercourse Pain - Caused by Vibrator Damage


Vibrators are a source of masturbatory pleasure for many women.  But overuse of vibrators can damage nerves and desensitize the clitoris, leading to inability to achieve or delayed orgasm.
 
Abusively use of vibrator can damage vaginal, cervical, and clitoris lining causing vaginal scarring and swelling leading to over-stimulation and over-growth of nerves at the opening of vagina (vestibule). When there are too many nerve endings, even light touch can cause the sensation of burning, cutting, and stabbing.
 
Excessive playing with vibrator can over stimulate the neuro- endocrine systems that induce the production of various stress hormones and other enzymatic changes that paved the way for nerve over-growth. Constant stimulation of the genital areas can trigger a chronic elevation of prolactin, depletion of dopamine, and more epinephrine are produced. This hormonal imbalance disrupt normal pituitary-ovarian functions and resulted in various sexual exhaustion symptoms.
 
Other essential sex hormones can be also affected by over use of vibrator. Testosterone and DHEA levels can become too low to power an orgasm.  Over-stimulation drains out bioelectric energy, resulting in numbness, irritation, and intermittent pain of the clitoris and G-spot.
 
Herbs in VRD Formula III contain various adoptagenic and rejuvenating properties that are known to improve blood circulation, damaged tissue rejuvenation, balance hormones, and pain relief by providing nutrients for nerve endings.

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VRD Formula III - Vaginal Regeneration & Detoxification Formula For Intercourse Pain

Abusing a vibrator can trigger chronic elevation of prolactin, dopamine-norepinephrine or epinephrine conversion, leading to pituitary-ovarian functional disorders and sexual exhaustion symptoms. Vibrator abuse can accelerate aging of the vagina,... Read more
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