Pelvic floor surgery and no sex for six weeks!

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Yes, tonight is my last night of sex for 6 weeks! Arrrgh am I doing the right thing I ask myself? Yes I’m scared about the surgery, it is scary for sure. Putting your life in the hands of other people you hardly know and with your nether regions on display, whilst asleep under general anaesthetic…but I’m also scared that it might interfere with my sex life afterwards, making things uncomfortable or painful. It is something to consider when having this kind of surgery, and especially because I love sex so much. Anyway I’m here now and I’m not turning back.

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So it’s the eve of my surgery and even though I know what to expect, as I had the same procedure 8 years ago, I’m feeling pretty nervous. Everything was fine up until about a year ago, when I started to get the same symptoms again, you know the sort fellow ladies, having to rush to the toilet more often, often in the middle of the supermarket shop, and hoping you can make it to the toilet before you wet your knickers…avoiding the kids trampoline like the plague…and going for a wee before you go anywhere, just in case, etc etc.

So I decided to go back to my gynaecologist and ask for surgery again. I had been trying all sorts of things to try to restore my pelvic floor muscles. I have been squeezing my pelvic floor muscles at every opportunity and tried various gadgets but to only get a small improvement. Also, when it came to having sex with my husband, (for me anyway) I was not able to ‘feel’ him so well in certain positions, but some were better than others but…I wanted things to be back to how they used to be.

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So like I did last night ūüėČ I’m going to make the most of my last night of sex for 6 weeks and get plenty of the old, in out in out!
So wish me luck and hopefully all will go well and I can come back with a happy vagina and blog about it sometime soon.

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Here’s hoping that in six weeks time she will be ready for my darling hubby, with all guns blazing! ūüėČ

KS

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wordpress picThere are many great reasons to have more sex in your lives, and one of them is very appropriate at the moment. It is as you know the month of November and here in the UK it is also called ‘Movember.’¬†Movember challenges men to grow a moustache for the 30-days of November, thereby changing their appearance and the face of men‚Äôs health. The aim is to¬†raise¬†vital funds and raise awareness for prostate and testicular cancer and mental health.¬†Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men and is the second largest cause of male cancer deaths in UK. Every hour one man dies from prostate cancer and over 40,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year. It’s estimated that by 2030, prostate cancer will be the most common cancer.

Movember’s not just for men. The women of Movember, are known as Mo Sistas. They play a vital role in the success of Movember by supporting and encouraging the men in their life to get involved. Mo Sistas also get involved by signing up at Movember.com, and participate by raising funds and awareness themselves. Essentially, Mo Sistas do everything that Mo Bros do, just without a Mo.

So why have more sex do you say, well it is so you can reduce your man’s risk of prostate cancer. ¬†An epidemiological study of 30,000 American men by Michael Leitzman, a cancer researcher at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland, has found that men who enjoy an active sex life do not risk prostate cancer in later life.

Leitzmann’s findings were that men who ejaculate between 13 and 20 times a month had a 14% lower risk of prostate cancer that men who ejaculated on average, between 4 and 7 times a month for most of their adult life. Men who ejaculated upwards of 21 times a month had a 33% lower lifetime risk of prostate cancer¬†than the baseline group.They say cancer-causing chemicals could build up in the prostate if men do not ejaculate regularly.¬†So men, you need to be ejaculating ¬†more than five times a week and then you will be a third less likely to develop prostate cancer later in life.¬†What great news !

So people, go forth and have more sex,¬†(safe sex of course)¬†and/or masturbate as much as possible, this week and every week to cum ūüėČ to protect yourself or your partner from prostate cancer and have lots of fun at the same time.

KS.

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Great reasons to have more sex.

JADE EGGS

After reading this great post on the benefits of using Jade eggs, I felt I must share this most valuable information. Who doesn’t want to improve their sex life and health at the same time. As many women, particularly those who have given birth or are older, will know that our PC muscles can be a problem. I’m off to purchase myself some Jade eggs and hopefully will report back that indeed they do do what they are supposed to do. ūüėČ

KS.

The Goddess of Sacred Sex

JADE EGGS serve as a key tool for awakening and cultivating sexual energy!

eggs1Your life will dramatically change after just a few short weeks doing daily exercise with your new Jade Eggs. No matter which stage of life you are at, exercising your yoni is just as important as hitting the gym, the yoga studio or the dance floor. A personal responsibility to your body and your well-being in today’s day and age is paramount. And the benefits are limitless.

Jade eggs improve the muscular strength of the vagina. Each use will increase the tone of the muscles so you that will:
1.  Feel more grounded and centred in yourself
2.  Be more in tune with your sensuality
3.  Massage your yoni from the inside
4.  Increase your flow of sexual hormones
5.  Develop stronger orgasms
6.  Heighten the responsiveness of your G-spot
7.  Maintain healthy reproductive organs
8.  Prevent…

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The brain is the biggest sex organ.

The brain is the biggest sex organ

The key to a great sex life is a healthy brain

I was just going to post the nugget¬†‘ The brain is the biggest sex organ’ and leave it at that, short¬†and¬†snappy!

But, as I believe a lot of people know this information already, I’m thinking I should at least look into it a bit¬†more and maybe share with you and expand my brain cells at the same time, so here are some more nuggets I found out¬†today.

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There is so much more to sexual attraction than meets the eye and it only takes just a split second for us to feel attraction and desire for a potential partner.

Connection and intimacy begins in our mind.

Your mind controls your body and your body talks back to your mind. This conversation will either cause sexual excitement or sexual inhibition.

One researcher found that it can take less than a fifth of second to fall for someone.

Professor Stephanie Ortigue, author of the Syracuse University Study, reported that brain chemicals such as oxytocin, adrenaline and vasopressin can all be released almost immediately when we see someone we are attracted to.

Research from this study found that, the rush of pleasurable brain chemicals that are released when we fall in love, are similar to the endorphin rush that people get from using drugs like cocaine.

Brain health and brain illness have a powerful affect on sexuality.

When your brain works right, you work right.

Try using Asian ginseng, gingko biloba and L-arginine, these will boost the blood flow to the brain.

Anything that decreases blood flow to your brain will decrease it to your genitals, including caffeine, nicotine and a lack of sleep.

Many brain issues get in the way of great sex, depression is just one. Treating these issues¬†can enhance our ability to connect with others and perform sexually’, according to Dr. Amen.¬†( I bet we all know someone who has been afflicted by this illness.¬†KS¬†)

He recommends omega-3 fatty acids in the form of fish oil, exercise and l-tyrosine (the amino acid building block for the neurotransmitter dopamine) for increasing the activity in the prefrontal cortex of the brain, thereby diminishing these conditions.

There…end of nuggets for now. ¬†

So to¬†summarise in my own way…Look after your brain, feed it all the¬†supplements¬†you can, give it plenty of sleep and also feed it with good talk…¬†I believe that the conversations that we have with ourselves are the most important conversations that we can have, and not just ones about sex, although they can be the most interesting.¬†Remember confidence comes from within, if you feel confident, happy and healthy then you are more likely to feel sexy, therefore bringing you lots of admiring male or female glances, and maybe you will be more likely to meet your true mate quicker. I however am lucky to have found mine…but I can still enjoy the glances, when I get one of course.

So remember ALL of the above, buy some fish oil, ditch those fags and the coffee and get yourself a good nights sleep and perhaps tomorrow night and for many more after that you will be having some great sex with the love of your life.

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Love Your Nuts :)

If your libido could do with a boost then you need to eat more nuts and seeds. Nuts and seeds contain monounsaturated fats, our bodies convert this into the good type of cholesterol that our sex hormones need to work properly. Almonds are a great choice because they are high in zinc, selenium and Vitamin E, which are all important for our sexual health. Zinc in particular is good for increasing libido.

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So what are you waiting for, go get a handful of nuts today!  KS