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How Your Cervix Impacts Your Sexual Wellness

Updated: Jan 3

At Sin Worthy Toronto, we believe that true sexual wellness involves a profound appreciation and understanding of the human body. So in honour of Cervical Awareness Month, we wanted to highlight a vital yet often overlooked player in the arena of sexual well-being: the cervix.


What Is A Cervix?


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The cervix consists of cylindrical tissue that connects the uterus to the vagina. While it varies in size, your cervix is about 1 inch long, and tends to get smaller with age. Often referred to as the neck of the uterus, it's primary functions include allowing the passage of menstrual blood, producing cervical mucus, serving as the gateway for sperm during reproduction and of course, enabling a baby to leave your uterus so that it can travel through your vagina.



When you hear "Cervical Awareness Month", your first thought is likely PAP smear, and with good reason - the cervix is a common site within the female reproduction system where cell changes may indicate cancer. Having an up to date PAP test, not only allows your health provider to screen for irregularities and take appropriate and timely action but it's also necessary that all Sin Worthy patients have up-to-date cervical screenings prior to any procedures to ensure their safety and well-being.


Your Cervix And Your Sexual Wellness


While the cervix plays an important role in your reproductive health, this organ can also contribute to enhanced sexual pleasure and well-being. Understanding the intricacies of the cervix can lead to a deeper connection with one's body and contribute to a more fulfilling sexual experience. The cervix exhibits heightened sensitivity during specific phases of the menstrual cycle. Exploring this sensitivity through gentle touch or specific sexual positions can lead to heightened pleasure for individuals. Manual stimulation, specific sexual positions, and the exploration of different angles are avenues for uncovering what brings pleasure during cervical exploration.


Cervix and Aging


Once you go through the menopause your ovaries slowly stop producing the hormones estrogen and progesterone, which means that your cervix won’t be able to produce as much mucus and this can ultimately lead to vaginal dryness. In addition to making things like physical exams more uncomfortable, vaginal dryness can obviously also impact your sexual wellness and impede your ability for pleasure.


At Sin Worthy, we emphasize the importance of enhancing sensation and improving your vaginal health, which includes the cervix. Our sexual wellness treatments such as the Plus90 are designed to elevate your overall sexual experience, but also to address concerns regarding vaginal dryness or lack of lubrication.


If you're curious about how our sexual wellness treatments can enhance your overall sensation, we invite you to book a consultation with Sin Worthy. Our team is dedicated to providing a safe and supportive environment for your sexual wellness journey. For more information, call or text 647-350-7546.


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