When you stop getting laid for a while, your vagina muscles can forget how to relax, causing a feeling of tightness. This can actually make sex painful after you haven’t had it for a while.
Your D will lose its abilities :-/
The saying goes, “If you don’t use it, you lose it!” And creepily enough, that might be true. Womp, womp.
Just like with anything you do, getting strong hard-ons takes frequent execution. Relationship expert April Masini tells Medical Daily: "The more often you have sex, the more confident you become about having it -- both your own ability, and the ability of the relationships in which you’re having the sex.”
Basically, if you don’t have frequent sex you lose some of that mojo that keeps your boners forceful, fearsome, and fantastic.
Celibacy can weaken your bladder
Sex is great for your Kegels, the muscles that help you hold in your wee. If you’re not having it, your pelvic floor muscles could weaken, leaving you with some dripping.
To keep your Kegels strong, tighten and release your vagina muscles for two-minutes a day, like Samantha Jones always says. Strong Kegels won’t necessarily make your lady flower tighter, but a stronger lady flower is a better one.