What can be used to tighten the vagina?

Is It Possible To Have A Loose Vagina?

The vagina is part of a woman’s reproductive organ. Its function is for sex and the passage through which a baby passes during delivery. It extends from the outside of the female genital area to the neck of the uterus.

A vagina is an elastic tissue which means it can expand and collapse. This makes it possible for it to stretch and accommodate things like a penis, sex toy, or a baby during delivery. Your vagina may become slightly loose as you age or have children, but overall, the muscles expand and retract back.

The truth about the vagina is that it doesn’t matter how often you have sex or your partner’s size of his organ, penetration won’t cause your vagina to stretch out permanently. Vaginal elastic muscles relax naturally when you’re aroused and ready for sex, but if you’re not, your vagina won’t relax. This is a natural way the body prepares for sex by self-lubricating itself, and stretch oriented, ready for sex.

What Can Cause Vagina Laxity?

Your vagina will change over time: Only two things can affect your vagina’s elasticity: age and childbirth. Frequent sex or lack of it won’t cause your vagina to lose any of its stretches. With time, when childbirth and age set in, it could potentially cause a slight natural loosening of your vagina. Women who’ve had experienced more than one vaginal birth are more likely to have weakened vaginal muscles. However, aging can cause your vagina to stretch slightly, regardless of whether you’ve had children.

  1. Age: There is nothing some women can do about vaginal laxity which occurs naturally with age. It is the gradual weakening and atrophy of the vaginal muscles and tissues over time because of age. This occurs mainly from the age of 40s. At this age, the estrogen levels will begin to drop as the stage of perimenopausal sets in. Decreased level of estrogen will cause your vaginal to be thinner, drier, less acidic, and less stretchy. It is when you reach the stage of full menopause that you’ll experience these changes fully.
  2. Childbirth: Your vagina naturally will change after delivery. The elastic tissues of the vagina muscle will stretch to allow the baby to pass through. The woman might have a tear, during delivery, but this depends on the degree of the tear. It will take time before the elasticity of the muscles returns to normal. Research findings confirm that having multiple vaginal deliveries can increase the chance of vaginal fatigue and incomplete recovery of pre-pregnancy vaginal tightness.
  3. Trauma During Vagina Delivery: This condition is not common among those who go through vagina delivery, but it occurs when the muscles of the pelvic floor which surround and help maintain the position and shape of the vagina are damaged. Trauma during delivery can be managed by the doctor even before leaving the hospital after delivery.

What Is Vagina Tightening?

A vagina tightening is a method used to tighten the vagina when laxity of it is noticed. This can result through loose vagina muscle elasticity which becomes lax after childbirth or menopause or due to age.

Exercise Used To Tighten Vagina

Are there other options for treating vaginal laxity besides physiotherapy, surgery, radio frequency, exercise, drugs? Yes, there are different types of tightening gel but why not try the common and money free Kegel exercise. This is a type of exercise you can do from the comfort of your home. It is easy and straight forward.

You can visit your health consultant to learn more before choosing a vagina tightening method.

Benefits of Kegel Exercise

It helps to:

  • Relaxing your vaginal muscles, which lets your vagina be more open. This is helpful if you have pain during sexual intercourse, pelvic exams, or both.
  • Improving blood circulation to your vagina and pelvic floor. …
  • Making it easier for you to reach orgasm.
  • Increasing vaginal lubrication (wetness).
  • Can make sex great for you and your partner
  • Can help overall fitness
  • Can reduce Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)
  • Can help develop better back and hip support

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