When it comes to sexual intercourse in a relationship one of a woman’s worst fears would be getting told that they are too loose to give their partner any satisfaction therefore problems may arise in the relationship due to lack of arousal. Although there are many myths and misunderstandings when it comes to the concept of a loose vagina because it is a topic of education which is traditionally avoided and ignored due to moral uncomfortable thoughts with the concept. This article will not only help clear up what causes and does not cause a loose vagina along with how you can learn to tighten your vagina to help stimulate your partner.
What does the term loose vagina mean?
A loose vagina is traditionally identified by the fact that either your partner is already complaining that there is a lack of stimulation in the relationship or inserting 3 fingers into the vagina and feeling no pressure from the inside walls of the vagina.
What are the myths when it comes to a loose vagina?
The most common misconception when it comes to a loose vagina is that people assume child birth will change the tightness of the vagina, this is not true. In most childbirth cases the vaginal walls are elastic in nature and return right back to the normal size, the normal size being the walls of the vagina touching each other when sexual stimulation has not occurred.
The next common misconception is that a loose vagina means the woman has had a lot of sex in her lifetime, this is not true although the vagina may still be loose if the woman had still been sexually stimulated from the last sexual occurrence, or maybe from no occurrence at all but stimulated nonetheless.
What are real causes of a loose vagina?
A loose vagina is only meant to occur when the woman is sexually stimulated. The walls of the vagina spread to create a more comfortable sexual experience which is also why the vagina naturally becomes more lubricated also.
The only other thing which could occur which would lead to the vagina becoming larger than normal would be after a surgical procedure known as episiotomy. An episiotomy is when the vaginal wall has to be torn to aid in getting the baby out of the woman’s body, traditionally a procedure which has to be carried out if the baby becomes stuck during the birthing process.
How can a woman tighten and strengthen the walls of the vagina?
An exercise procedure known as Kegel exercises is a reliable and easy way to build up the pelvic muscles which control the closing and opening of the vaginal wall. To do Kegel exercises the woman tightens the pelvic muscles for a significant period of time a few times a day and slowly builds up holding time each day, this builds up the strength and size of the pelvic muscle creating a tighter vagina. Kegel exercises have also been proven to not only increase stimulation in a woman’s partner but in the woman herself along with the intensity of a woman’s orgasm.