Updated: 2019, Jul 25

How A Vibrator Ruined Women’s Vagina? Everything You Need To Know

Vibrator Ruined Women's Vagina

Vibrators are the most popular sex toy, and there are also several myths surrounding their use. These fun, and normally harmless toys, are used by an estimated 53% of women, and the majority of them are married.

Even with the relatively high percentage of women who enjoy these toys, some women are still afraid they might cause damage. An equal number of men are intimated by them, and believe that a vibrator ruined women’s vaginas.

Dispelling the Myths about Vibrators

Contrary to some beliefs, vibrators are not addictive and they do not ruin a woman for sex. While some people might believe that vibrators are unnatural and can become addictive, they opposite is actually true.

Continued use of these toys can help women to explore their own body’s natural response to orgasms, and can help to remove some of their inhibitions. Even repeated use will not change the body’s natural response to sexual stimulation, and it can even improve it.

While vibrators may be able to help improve a woman’s sexual response and even help to increase her sexual desire, some men are still intimated by these sex toys and fear that women’s vaginas are being ruined.

How a Vibrator Ruined Women’s Vaginas?

Vibrator Ruined Women's Vaginas

Many men and even a few women still have certain reservations when it comes to using vibrators to achieve an orgasm. For women, their main concern often centers around bacteria and urinary tract infections. These infections, or UTI’s are caused by bacteria that leave the digestive system during bowel movements.

If this bacteria reenters the body through a woman’s vulva, an infection can develop. Simply washing the vibrator after it has been used in or around the anus will easily prevent the risk of developing a UTI. While women are generally more concerned with the vibrator’s general cleanliness, men tend to believe that these toys are slowly replacing them.

While vibrators may provide intense stimulation, they will never be able to replace a woman’s sexual partner. During sexual intercourse, a woman will go through several stages. One of the most important and arousing stages for a woman involves foreplay. This is something that a toy cannot provide.

The sexual stimulation that comes from kissing and touching can only be given by her partner. Instead of replacing her partner, a vibrator can help to enhance and intensify the sexual experience for both of you.

What is perhaps the biggest worry for men is that women will begin to prefer having sex without them. While a vibrator may work to get her to climax quicker, it does not always mean that it is better. Her clitoris will still respond to other stimulation. Fingers and tongues will still be able to bring her to climax.

There is Nothing Wrong with Using a Vibrator

Nothing Wrong with Using a Vibrator

For some women, vibrators can greatly enhance their sexual experiences. This does not mean that there is something wrong with them, or their partners. It is normally more difficult for women to reach an orgasm than men, and only 25% of women are capable or climaxing through vaginal stimulation.

Using a vibrator can not only help her reach an orgasm faster, it can also free up her hands to touch and stroke her partner. With 75% of women needing extra stimulation in their clitoral area, a vibrator can dramatically improve and intensify a couple’s sex life.

Using a vibrator, or any other sexual toy will not ruin a woman’s vagina. These toys will also not replace their partners. What they can do is to not only help her to orgasm, but they can also help her to better understand her body’s natural sexual response. They are a safe and healthy way for her to not only enjoy herself, but to also help couples enjoy each other.

These sex toys are perfectly natural to use, and they will not make it impossible to respond to other types of sexual stimulation. Vibrators are fun toys meant to be used as part of a healthy sexual lifestyle.

The Last Myth

One of the final myths surrounding the use of vibrators concerns the fear that continued use could cause a woman’s vagina to become numb and less sensitive. This is actually true. A vibrator can cause women to lose feeling in and around their clitoris and vagina.

A recent study stated that 11% of women who regularly used a vibrator reported numbness and lose of feeling. The problem was corrected easily by not pressing down as hard while using the vibrator. The same condition also occurs when a men presses his penis down to firmly on this sensitive area.

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Michael Wight

Michael Wight is a health enthusiast and blogger. He contributes to different websites in the health and fitness niche. He is a comp

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