As a doctor, we have all had patients who have come for consultations, and their complaints sounded something like “Doctor, I feel my vagina is too loose, is there anything I can do to make it very tight again?”. There are reasons why your vagina loses its elasticity. In this article, you will learn those reasons and how to tighten your vagina naturally.
Reasons Your Vagina Loses Elasticity
As you get older, the elasticity in your vagina begins to change. This is a result of a drop in the production of estrogen. As menopause approaches, your vaginal tissue becomes thinner, less flexible, and less elastic.
During childbirth, the vagina and cervix expand and dilate. This is to provide passage for the child being born. Women who have had multiple childbirths are more likely to have loose vaginal muscles.
Tightening the vagina
Before we go into ways of tightening the vagina, it is best to get acquainted with the muscles of the pelvic floor.
A female’s pelvic floor muscles support the bladder, bowel, and uterus (womb). The pelvic muscles are made up of the lateral walls and a posterior wall. They also assist in sexual performance. These floor muscles enable individuals to control the release of feces, urine, or farts. They are also used to delay urination till it is convenient.
Benefits of strengthening the pelvic floor.
- it improves recovery after childbirth or surgery
- Improves sexual sensation
- Improves bladder and bowel control
- Reduces the risk of urinary incontinence
- Reduces risk of vaginal prolapse
Exercises to tighten your vagina naturally.
Before you do this exercise, you first need to identify your pelvic floor muscles. To find them, while urinating, stop midway. if you succeed in stopping midway while urinating, then you have found them.
- Spread a mat on the floor
- Lie on your back
- Squeeze your pelvic floor muscles. Hold that squeeze for 7 seconds then release for 7 seconds
- Repeat at least 5 times consistently
- As you progress, you can increase the time duration and number of reps
This exercise is good for toning your pelvic floor and strengthening your core muscles.
- Stand with your legs shoulder width and chest out
- Slowly descend into a sitting position
- Once your hips are parallel to the floor, you stand up and push your heels through the floor.
- Return to starting position and repeat.
To do this exercise, you will require a mat
- Spread a mat on the floor and lie down
- Position your knees up and slightly apart
- Plant your feet firmly on the floor
- Slowly lift your hips off the ground while squeezing your buttocks
- This forms a bridge from the shoulders touching the ground, hips elevated.
- Once you hold the position at the top, slowly return to the starting position.
Vagina Weighted Kettle Bells.
These are worn intermittently over short periods of time. How long they are used and how heavy they are, is entirely up to the individual.
These are small spherical objects made from crystal, silicon, and rose quartz. These balls are inserted into the vagina. Once this is done, you squeeze your vaginal muscles, preventing the balls from falling out. You can hold them in for a few seconds to minutes. As you practice more, you should be able to increase the time.
How Not To Tighten Your Vagina
In the quest to tighten your vagina, you will definitely come across a lot of ways to do so. Please kindly seek the advice of a qualified medical professional before doing anything to your body. Please do not use any of the following methods.
- Hot water massage
- Potash and ampiclox powder mixture
- Kayamata pills/oils/lotions
- Boric acid
- Aloe vera steaming
- Apple cider vinegar
- Menthol balm
- Herbal concoctions
There is no such thing as a loose vagina. The common misconception about the changes that happen to the vagina, especially during childbirth needs to be changed. Pelvic floor muscles, just like every other muscle weakens over time.
These exercises will work wonders for the elasticity of your vagina. Do you have any natural methods to tighten your vagina? Please share in the comments.
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