For today’s video, we are continuing our discussion of sexual health and lichen sclerosus and discuss recurrent tearing and lichen sclerosus. Tearing with sex may happen to some folks on occasion; for others, it can happen often. When folks keep experiencing tearing, this is called recurrent tearing. In this video, I talk about why LS skin is prone to tearing, which areas tend to tear more frequently, who tends to tear, and options to manage recurrent tearing.
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Timestamps for Recurrent Tearing and Lichen Sclerosus
0:00 – Introduction
2:30 – What areas tend to tear with insertion and lichen sclerosus
6:39 – Why does lichen sclerosus skin tear
10:26 – Who is more likely to tear
13:30 – Caveat – science isn't black and white
14:34 – Managing recurrent tearing and lichen sclerosus: follow your treatment plan
17:30 – Work with a pelvic floor physical therapist
20:27 – Heat therapy
23:16 – Experiment with different positions
25:12 – Managing recurrent tearing and lichen sclerosus: double up on protection
27:31 – Improving recurrent tearing and lichen sclerosus with a vulvar lysis of adhesions
31:10 – Success rates for the vulvar lysis of adhesions
32:51 – Perineoplasty for recurrent tearing
37:36 – Vet your surgeons & what questions to ask 4
3:10 – Fat grafting for tearing and sexual pain
46:45 – Summary and outro
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