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December 1, 2020 by  
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Vaginal Trauma

Here at Queendom Qare we are dedicated to providing our sisters with a comprehensive guide on vaginal trauma and the tools and remedies to empower you on your healing process. Did you know that most women will experience one or more types of vaginal trauma during her lifetime? If this sounds familiar, there is nothing to be ashamed of, we are here for you Queens! We are here to help you through your journey of healing by being your source of divine self-Qare. We believe this should be an empowering process by providing you the knowledge and tools you need to get started. Below we will discuss the 5 commons types of vaginal trauma women encounter and the safe natural remedies we provide that can be done at home.

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1. Childbirth

It’s normal for women to experience vaginal trauma because of the significant changes to their body after birth. During childbirth, the pelvic floor is stretched to allow the baby to pass that can result in a number of physical problems. The pelvic floor is the group of muscles holding in place the pelvic organs (uterus, vagina, bowel and bladder), and it functions to support the bladder and bowel, enabling us to control our urination. When childbirth weakens the pelvic floor, the vaginal trauma that can occur includes distortion of the vagina or perineum (area between the vagina and anus), heaviness or dragging sensation in the vagina, pain in the vagina or perineum that can also be associated with sexual intercourse, changes in appearance of the one or both of the labia (lips around the vagina), incontinence of stools or flatulence, or tears in the perineum.

2. Sexual Encounters

Sexual activity can also be a cause of vaginal trauma. Whether it be a penis, finger, or another object that a person inserts into the vagina, these can cause damage to delicate tissues in certain circumstances. Sometimes sexual encounters can create too much friction against the vaginal walls, when deep penetration causes the penis to hit the cervix, or when the force of the act becomes more abrasive in the absence of adequate lubrication.  This can lead to vaginal tears and minor bruising in the pelvic region and vaginal soreness that lasts for a few days. Factors that can increase the likelihood of this happening are rough or vigorous thrusting of an object into the vagina, vaginal dryness, vulvovaginal atrophy (a condition in which the vaginal tissues become drier, thinner, and less elastic), vaginal scarring or tissue damage (ex. from surgery), or certain skin conditions, such as eczema or psoriasis.

3. Loss of Virginity and Long-Term Abstinence

Having sex for the first time may sometimes lead to vaginal discomfort or trauma. The intact hymen of a virgin gets penetrated during sex, and depending on lubrication or rigor during sex, there may be some pain experienced. The hymen is a thin membrane that partially covers the entrance of the vagina, and there are more than 8 different types of hymen. This means some people are born with more hymenal tissue than others — and some people are born without a hymen at all. The first-time having sex might lead to some bleeding because the hymen is being stretched or torn. Also, pain and discomfort might be experienced if the vagina isn’t lubricated properly which allows the vaginal walls to relax and penetration to go smoother. Aside from losing one’s virginity, abstaining from sex for a long period of time can also lead to vaginal trauma. This is because the vaginal muscles can atrophy after a while making it sensitive and can cause pain during penetration. Some experiencing muscle atrophy can also have some of the symptoms that post menopause women have like thinning and dryness in the vaginal wall that result in pain or vaginal trauma once intercourse starts.

4. Abortion

Undergoing an abortion can cause emotional as well as physical trauma. Heavy bleeding up to 2 weeks after an abortion is common but can still be quite painful. Also, pelvic discomfort and cramps is a common side effect. In rare cases, excessive bleeding, pelvic pain, and a fever can persist which is usually a sign of an infection. Contact your doctor if you are experiencing any of the severe symptoms.

Check out this link if you want more information about vaginal trauma from abortions:

5. Hysterectomy

Hysterectomies are common with more than 20 million women in the United States having undergone the procedure. A vaginal hysterectomy is a procedure in which the uterus is surgically removed through the vagina. As with all types of surgery, there is a potential for complications to arise. These complications include hemorrhaging (excessive bleeding), infection (a high or persistent fever may signal this), constipation, urinary retention (the inability to pass urine), or blood clots. Fortunately, most can be easily managed and do not cause long-term problems.

Check out this link if you want more information about vaginal trauma from a hysterectomy: https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/vaginal-hysterectomy/about/pac-20384541

Queendom Qare Divine Health Strategies

Now that we know the five common types of vaginal trauma, let us turn to the Queendom Qare Divine Health Strategies that every Queen can begin to use as part of a wellness routine to restore her vaginal resilience and womb wellness. Below we will discuss the strategies for our Queens!

Vaginal Steaming

The ancient African form of hydrotherapy known as vaginal steaming has been used for thousands of years across the African continent, especially by the women of Ethiopia, Mozambique, Ghana, Nigeria, and South Africa. This wellness self-Qare routine cleanses and restores the uterus and vagina by exposing these sensitive areas to a gentle herbal steam. The powerful therapeutic and healing properties of these herbs is just what you need to naturally heal any vaginal trauma you may be experiencing.

We got you Queens covered! Made for women by women, our hand-constructed steam chair or Throne-Qare Steam Station™ allows for safe and hassle-free steaming. We also recommend our Throne Steam Pillow™ that can comfortably sit on top of your earthy wood, hand-made steam station, and is meant to enhance your steaming session to maximize your Qomfort. After all, a Queen belongs on a throne.

If you are interested in more information about the art of steaming check out this informative blog on our website: https://www.queendomqare.com/2015/07/12/experience-wellness-through-the-ancient-practice-of-vaginal-steaming/

Jeweling

The healing art of jeweling is our other wellness remedy for our Queens’ healing processes. It involves inserting a special smooth stone in the shape of an egg into the vaginal canal for a period to help tone and strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and promote better sexual and vaginal health. Our Queendom Throne Jewels™ are made with the calming, healing energy of Rose Quartz that works to dispel negative thoughts and release suppressed feelings, offer a reduction in incontinence, strengthen, and rejuvenate pelvic muscles, and heighten your sense of sensual awareness and divine creativity.

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A Final Message for Our Queens…

We are here to guide you on your healing journey by providing you the knowledge and tools to enhance your health, cleanse, condition and control your sacred vaginal parts, while honoring your womb and feminine needs from the comfort of your home. We are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality products because we believe your comfort comes first! Let’s take the first steps into your divine self-Qare journey, Queen.

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Staff Writer; Sheila D. Brown, JD

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