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Vaginal Renewal™

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I am a cancer survivor in menopause. I don’t want to use estrogen but I am dry and sex is getting more painful. What can I do?


At A Woman’s Touch, we developed a program (beginning in 1997) for people with vaginas who are  experiencing dryness and discomfort or pain during vaginal penetration that is either diffused throughout the vagina or burning or tearing at the vaginal opening. Although originally developed for people who have had radiation therapy to the pelvis to treat different forms of cancer, people with less aggressive symptoms related to menopause also benefit from the Vaginal Renewal™ program.

We also helped manufacture vibrating wands for use in this program, which you can find by clicking on this link.

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Pelvic Floor Health for Men

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Please note: we are aware of the problematic title of this brochure, as the term ‘men’ does not adequately define people who may be transfeminine AND have a pelvis shaped by testosterone in utero. We are in the process of consulting with pelvic floor muscle experts on how to properly rewrite this brochure, and we appreciate your patience and kindness as we attempt to both presenting accurate information and present an appropriate gender-less brochure. Thank you for your understanding that we are working on this.

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Self Pleasuring for People with Penises and Prostates

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Self-pleasure, also known as masturbation, specifically refers to touching yourself sexually in a way that feels good.  There is no right way to masturbate, and as long as it doesn’t hurt, there’s no wrong way either.  You can do it alone, with a friend, or as part of sex play with a partner.  Pleasuring yourself, on your own terms, is a way to deepen your relationship with the most important person in your life—you!

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How to have an orgasm (for people with vulvas and vaginas)

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I’ve never had an orgasm with my partner. What do I do?


This is a common question with some straightforward answers, yet many women can’t find enough information about their bodies to know how to give themselves an orgasm. Often we expect partners to know how to stimulate us, or we think that we should easily have orgasms during vaginal penetration. Learn more by downloading the brochure.

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Vaginal atrophy, dryness, and lack of flexibility

I am postmenopausal – I have vaginal penetration issues that are severe, tearing and extreme dryness as well as progressive desensitization. I am looking for ways to renew vaginal tissue and increase elasticity. Where do I begin…massage vibrator? moisturizer? kegel exerciser? estriol creams?


Begin with reading through the Vaginal Renewal program.