How to tighten your vagina

Learn How to Tighten your Vagina and Make Sex More Enjoyable

There are a lot of myths and misconceptions when it comes to your lady parts. For example, it’s commonly believed, even among the ladies, that vaginas lose their elasticity and become loose, irreversibly. Though ridiculous, this idea is based on actual facts, as vaginal muscles become somewhat looser with age, or after childbirth.

To clarify – vaginas are elastic by nature’s design, to better accommodate things going in, and things being pushed out. It was made to push out babies, so they’re incredibly elastic. Picture this: the average vagina is 3-4 inches deep. However, as you become aroused, blood flow to the vulva increases and expands the inner walls of your “love glove.”

Still, your vagina might change over time, and this may include some natural loosening of your vaginal muscles. In the text below, we’ll discuss the myths, the truths, causes, and remedies of this natural, although greatly exaggerated, occurrence.

The Myth

You should know by now that there’s no such thing as a “loose” vagina. Lady parts may change in appearance, but they don’t lose their elasticity.

The term “loose vagina” was historically used to shame women for their sex lives, primarily those who had sex with more than one man. Unfortunately, as time progressed, the term became a public opinion, though very “loosely” founded.

It was never used to describe a woman who had a lot of sex with only one partner. The truth is that it doesn’t matter how much sex you have, how often, or with who. Penetration alone won’t cause your vagina to stretch out, losing its shape permanently.

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a cut red grapefruit symbolizing a vagina

The Truth

You should keep in mind that your vagina might undergo specific changes in appearance and elasticity, usually due to age or childbirth. This process is entirely natural, and it’s not, in any way, a cause for concern. More importantly, it’s completely reversible, but more on that later.

A woman pregnant

It’s entirely natural for your vagina to change shape after childbirth since your muscles have to stretch to let the baby pass through the birth canal. After delivery, you might notice that your sweet spot looks and feels slightly looser than usual. Still, there’s no reason to worry, your vagina is going to return to its previous state, due to the elasticity mentioned above. This usually takes a few days.

When it comes to intimacy, most women don’t notice much of a difference in the tightness of their vagina. Nor do their partners. However, for some ladies, sex doesn’t feel the same after childbirth. If you had multiple childbirths, your vaginal muscles might lose some of their elasticity, which may lead to difficulties in achieving an orgasm. The lack of muscle tone down there may negatively impact sexual function, body image, and quality of life.

Experiencing these potentially unpleasant changes is not a reason for worry, as they can be easily rectified. Several methods can increase the elasticity and muscle tone of your lady parts, significantly improving the grip of your love glove.

How to strengthen your vaginal muscles

Modern medicine gave us an option of surgical vaginal rejuvenation or reduction of vaginal laxity through vaginoplasty – a procedure designed to tighten the vagina. The method uses strong sutures to tighten the tissues and remove some excess skin that may form.

Surgical methods also include bleeding, pain, risk of infection, and some other rare complications. Luckily, there are noninvasive methods of tightening your vagina, in the form of simple exercises, and you’re probably already familiar with some of them. They’re comfortable, painless, and may be of great value for your sex life, and the ability to hold back your urine.

Most of these exercises target your pelvic floor muscles, which are the muscles that support the uterus, bladder, and bowels. They also provide necessary friction during intercourse to create stimulation and play a significant role in assisting childbirth. Naturally, these muscles become loose after giving birth, or due to some other medical condition.

Most women recognize Kegels as the exercise taught to them by midwives and obstetricians, as a way of preparation for more natural childbirth. This exercise involves contracting the pelvic floor muscles regularly, making them toned, elastic, tighter, and stronger. In turn, your vagina tightens in a healthy, more natural way, without any invasive method or surgical intervention.

Before starting Kegel exercises, you need to get a feel of which muscles does it affect. To properly isolate the muscles affected by this exercise, try and stop urination in mid-stream. The muscles you contracted are pelvic floor muscles; the same muscle movement is required to perform the Kegels properly.

You can use your finger to get a feel of the contraction better. Put your finger inside your love box, and try squeezing against it. The contractions you feel might not be very hard, but they will strengthen over time, the more your practice. Please, make sure you do Kegel exercises with an empty bladder, otherwise, contracting the muscle with a full bladder might cause an opposite effect.

If you can’t correctly contract, isolate, and feel your pelvic floor muscles, it’s because the muscles become too weak to contract appropriately. Not to worry, there’s a way around this – use an insertion sex toy, like a non-vibrating dildo. Using a sex toy is an excellent way of getting acquainted with your PF muscle while having a little fun with your favorite self. Same as with a finger, squeezing against the toy will pinpoint and engage the muscles you’ll need to contract when doing Kegels.

On with the exercise

After pinpointing the PF muscles, you should find a comfortable position in which to perform the Kegel exercises. Sit or lie down, and focus on contracting the muscles, holding the contraction for three seconds, relaxing them afterward, for a 3-seconds rest. Your Kegel routine should consist of ten 3-seconds contractions in a row.

Once you become comfortable with this routine, you can prolong the contractions to four, then five seconds, working your way up to ten. Just make sure you’re tightening just your pelvic floor muscles, and not your abs or anus. This will isolate the correct muscles, focusing your contractions on getting them toned and tightened.

A woman sitting on a bedroom floor

Also, just like with other physical exercises, you should remember to breathe correctly. Most women tend to hold their breath while performing Kegels, which causes them to fatigue faster. For optimum results, you should perform three sets of 10 Kegels a day, one in the morning, one in the afternoon, and a set in the evening.

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Kegels are very discrete, and you can do them in the office while checking your mail, or while on a coffee break with your coworkers. You can do them while in traffic, or before bed, and nobody will be able to tell what you’re doing. You can even try and mix up your routine a little, to maximize the effectiveness of your routine.

Conclusion:

Remember, there is no such thing as a “loose” vagina, that is purely a myth. However, age and childbirth can cause some slight changes to the elasticity of your sweet spot, but those shouldn’t be permanent. In time, those changes should disappear. Still, if you’re concerned about those changes, and their effects on your sexuality, you can reach out to a physician for counseling. Also, you can perform specific exercises that will positively impact the tone of your vaginal muscle, significantly affecting the feeling of tightness.

Kegels are an excellent exercise for tightening your vaginal muscles. They are effective, yet discrete so that you can perform them anytime, anywhere. When done daily, Kegels can yield noticeable results within six to twelve weeks, sometimes even sooner. The more you do them in the long term; the more dramatic and orgasmic the results will be.

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