Shy to ask?

Beauty Through IntimacyApproaching midlife, there are frequently intimacy relationship changes in a woman’s life. At the same time period, there are also physiological and physical changes occurring within a woman’s body relating to the natural hormonal changes as a woman transitions out of the reproductive phase of her life. Some of these external and internal changes can deeply affect a woman’s self perception of beauty relating to intimacy, self confidence, and, in turn, her intimacy relationships. You might have some concerns about physical and functional issues relating to intimacy but find it embarrassing to ask or do not know whom to ask. We have the expertise that you can trust in providing you with simple, correct and scientifically based information and solutions. Our medical expert, Dr. Michael Lau, is both a vaginal cosmetic surgeon and a gynecologist with years of experience to help address your concerns. He also draws from a panel of scientific and medical experts to provide you with the latest advances in vaginal health and aesthetics and intimacy issues.

Intimacy Aesthetics and Health; Intimacy Concerns

While you might have achieved a certain degree of maturity and confidence entering into your 40s, and you might already be in a secure intimate relationship, there are still several concerns commonly shared by you and your peers in the 40-plus age group. These concerns, for example, are:

  • Physical changes in the genital area after childbirth that might affect intimacy
  • Vaginal dryness, especially during sexual activities causing pain or discomfort
  • Physical and functional changes relating to intimacy going into the menopause years
  • Issues and insecurity about the aesthetics of the intimate area, especially when entering into a new relationship – fact vs. myth?
  • How to improve the quality of intimacy in an ongoing relationship

Actually, these are very common concerns in the 40-plus age group, and some even in the younger ages. Unfortunately, many women accept these difficulties as part of aging or simply are too shy to address them. Also, many healthcare providers are not willing to or are ignoring these concerns, attributing these challenges to growing older and not real medical problems. This is not acceptable. Many of your concerns relating to intimacy should be and can be addressed and improved, with the help of science and medicine, if needed. We want you to feel beautiful through intimacy and have confidence and fulfillment.