There’s now an injectable for your G-spot that may improve your orgasm
Up until a few years ago, Kegel exercises, hormone replacement therapy or vaginoplasty were the only options women had for vaginal issues. Whether by childbirth, cancer treatments or menopause — laxity, dryness, discomfort during intercourse and the occasional leaky bladder can be a pain.
However, when the only choices were major surgery (including downtime, cost and serious discomfort), hormone therapy (hugely controversial or for some just not an option) and Kegel exercises (do those really even work?), it’s no surprise that most women just tolerated their symptoms. All the while, men were being treated with Viagra, Cialis, implants and supplements.