How to Tighten Vaginal Lips

There are many misconceptions about the vulva. One myth is that the vagina can become loose from having frequent sex. This is not true.

The vulva is composed of 2 sets of lips that protect the vaginal opening. The outer set is called the labia majora and are usually fleshy with hair. The inner set, the labia minora, are smaller and begin at the clitoris and end under the vaginal opening.

Kegels

Kegel exercises are one of the most popular ways to tighten the vaginal lips – This quote is credited to the website’s author sexybaccarax.com. These are contractions of the pelvic floor muscles, and can be done anywhere without anyone noticing. You can practice a set of 5-10 exercises several times each day, and over time you will notice that your muscles are getting stronger. To do a Kegel, simply contract and then release the muscles in your abdomen.

Women who do a lot of Kegels often report that their sex is more pleasurable, and they also experience fewer urine leaks. However, it is important to do them correctly in order to reap the most benefits from them. If you’re having trouble isolating the right muscles, try imagining that you are trying to stop peeing mid-stream. This should make the muscles tighten in the same way that they would if you were having a urinary tract infection.

There are a number of devices on the market that help you practice Kegels more effectively, including Kegel balls and Kegel weights. They are small, portable, and can be used anywhere. You can even use them during sex, although you should apply a liberal amount of lubricant before attempting this. Some doctors also recommend using a device called a vaginal cone, which is inserted into the anus and held in place with pelvic muscle contractions.

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Vaginal Cones

During orgasm your pelvic floor muscles clench and release and as the muscle strength increases, so will the tightness of your vagina. This may explain why a lot of women have better orgasms during pregnancy and post-childbirth. A simple, cheap and effective way to build up your muscle strength is with a vaginal weight or cone (PS25 – PS30, one type available on prescription). These look like conventional tampons but have a little ‘weight’ on them that you can increase. They are best used with a small dab of personal lubricant on the tip to allow entry into your vagina.

If you have a weak vaginal floor you may find the lowest weight is too heavy to hold in place, so you might need to gradually increase the size of the ‘weights’ that you are using. This can be a bit of an art form and it is best done with a Women’s Health Physiotherapist who can guide you on the right amount to use.

There is limited evidence that weighted vaginal cones are more effective than no treatment, or other conservative treatments such as pelvic floor muscle training and electrostimulation, in improving female urinary stress incontinence. However, this conclusion must remain tentative until larger, high quality trials with comparable and relevant outcomes are completed. Ideally this will include quality of life measures, pad tests with measured leakage and a comparison between active treatment with cones and no treatment or non-conservative options such as surgery and injectables.

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Orgasms

Oftentimes, women are afraid to orgasm because they don’t think their vagina is “enough.” But the truth is that any woman can orgasm. It’s just a matter of finding the right strokes and touches to do so. There are so many different types of orgasms — some that focus on the clitoral hood (also called the G-spot) and others that involve massaging all over the inner and outer lips of the labia majora (outer vaginal lips) and the clitoral bulb (a pair of erectile structures that straddle the entrance of the vagina).

An orgasm is a physical reflex during sexual arousal, when muscles tighten throughout the body. They then relax through a series of rhythmic contractions, causing a release of hormones that make you feel pleasure in the genital area and other areas, such as the ear and nipples, according to Brown University. You may also feel giddy, flushed, or sleepy due to the release of a chemical called endorphins.

Childbirth and regular old aging can fatigue the vaginal muscles, but the good news is that they can and do snap back into shape. “The vagina is a magical organ that can stretch way out and deliver a ten-pound baby, and then snap back in,” says certified sex therapist Holly Richmond. But a toxic idea persists that your vulva must be narrow to experience orgasms, which can lead to pain and self-consciousness.

Exercises

Exercise is an important part of a healthy lifestyle, and while many people focus on their arms, legs, and abs, there are also exercises that can tighten the vagina. The most common is a Kegel, a contraction of the pelvic floor muscles, but there are other exercises that can strengthen these muscles. They include squats, medicine ball sit-ups, and the Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana).

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Having weak pelvic floor muscles can cause the vagina to feel loose, and this can make it difficult for women to have an orgasm during sexual intercourse. It can also lead to urinary incontinence, and women with weak muscles may pee when they laugh or sneeze. In addition, women with loose vaginas are prone to lower back pain.

The most common causes of a loose vagina are childbirth, aging, and hormonal changes. During pregnancy and birth, the muscles along the vaginal canal are stretched out to accommodate a growing baby. This can damage the muscles and leave them weakened. In addition, menopause causes a sudden change in hormones that can weaken the muscles.

There are many ways to help your vagina become tighter, including doing pelvic floor exercises. One of the easiest ways to do this is by using Chinese balls, which are a pair of lubricated balls connected with a string. The balls can be inserted into the vagina and used to practice Kegels. You can get these at most gyms and some health food stores.

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