Vaginal Insensitivity - Caused by Birth Control Pills

problem that is frequently brought to our attention regards the correlation between various birth control medications and procedures and the loss of clitoral feeling. Many women have complained that not only do they lose the physical sensation but they also lose much of their sexual libido. Birth control medications are filled with hormones and chemicals that often throw your body’s chemistry into total disarray.

Birth control pills can affect various hormones and disrupt hormonal regulations. Researches have shown that some pills can dramatically reduce estrogen levels. Estrogen helps keep vaginal tissues healthy by maintaining normal lubrication, tissue elasticity, and acidity. Vaginal abrasion and dryness occurs when estrogen levels have dropped.
Many birth control pills that suppress the hormones prostaglandin E-1, E-3 and nitric oxide are causing abrasions of tissue and nerves along the urethral tract, vaginal canal and cervix. Suppression of the urethral or bladder immune system is the main cause of urinary tract infection (UTI). This results in excess production of the inflammatory hormone prostaglandin E2, which ignites UTI.

What to do

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