Vaginal Insensitivity - Caused by Female Excessive Masturbation


exual exhaustion occurs when the sex organs become desensitized from long-term over-exertion. Natural over-compensation for hormonal interference can also cause sexual exhaustion. Just as other muscles and nerves in the body can become fatigued, less effective and injury-prone; the vagina, G-spot and clitoris can also become insensitive and prone to injury, infection and intense pain after sustained periods of excessive sex, manual play, or masturbation.

Long periods of pre-puberty masturbation abuse can over-stimulate the neuro-endocrine systems and trigger a chronic elevation of the unwanted stress hormones (prolactin, dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine) that adversely affect the reproductive organs. Eventually, this hormonal imbalance can lead to pituitary-ovarian functional disorders and sexual exhaustion symptoms. 
Vaginal abrasions are a common exhaustion symptom. Their associated sharp, extreme pains can be so unbearable they make sex virtually impossible. The condition can develop and go untreated for years due to naive assumptions as to the cause of the pain, believing vaginal dryness or a partner’s large penis size is to blame.

Recovery from vaginal abrasions requires taking a break from all sexual activity, intercourse and masturbation, and giving the body time to naturally heal and replenish. Herbal rejuvenation formula can be very effective in reversing vaginal abrasion scar damage. When resuming sexual activity, it is recommended to engage in sex or masturbation only every other day to allow for a gentle regeneration of the body’s own rhythm.

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