Vaginal slackening is due to a weakening of the perineum. This is a muscle that supports the entire weight of the upper body. It plays an important role in female sexuality, because it is its ability to contract that allows you to have sensations during penetration. It also ensures continence, i.e. the control of the desire to go to the toilet.
The perineum is particularly solicited in overweight people and in pregnant women in case of low birth or after a poorly closed episiotomy.
In older women, a distended perineum can lead to a prolapse of the bladder, uterus and rectum in the long term. After menopause, estrogen levels decrease and the tissues lose their elasticity and are no longer as effective in supporting the organs.
In all these cases, the best solution to strengthen the pelvic floor muscle is a vaginoplasty.