What is it?
Vaginal relaxation or commonly known as loose vagina is an increase of the diameter of the vagina due to childbirth, aging, hormonal changes, strenuous exercises, overweight, chronic cough or poor muscle tone.
As a consequence your organs have less support and so they tend to sag (prolapse). The sphincter functions are less efficient, causing urinary incontinence and the bladder becomes especially weak while coughing or laughing.
Also many women suffer from a loss of sexual gratification and intimacy in a relationship, as a loose vagina can cause a lack of friction that diminishes sensation and prevent them and their partner from enjoying a healthy sex life.
So basically your doctor will recommend you one of the following options or a mix of them to tighten vaginal muscles:
Vagina surgery, a cosmetic surgery called vaginoplasty, to rejuvenate the vagina, involving tightening of the vaginal muscles.
Unfortunately, it is very expensive and has many possible side effects, including scarring, loss of pleasure or sensation, pain upon intercourse, incontinence, bleeding, numbness, hematoma, infection and so on.
The risks and side effects of vagina surgery may be just as troublesome as the original problems, making it imperative to explore all other options before undergoing a vaginoplasty.
Anyway, surgery, regardless of what it is for, should always be considered as a last resort.
Physicians will always suggest to try other less invasive options like Kegel exercises, vaginal tightening products, biofeedback devices or electrical stimulation to tighten vaginal muscles.
Your doctor may recommend performing Kegel exercises for a specific length of time before speaking about a surgery of the vagina as a viable choice.
Studies has shown that 50% of women trying Kegel exercises do not do them properly, they over-use their abdomen, buttock or leg muscles.
There are also certain weights, like vaginal cones and Ben Wa balls, that you can insert into the vagina while performing Kegel exercises that are said to tighten vaginal muscles.
The real issue with Kegel exercises is that it can take up to 15 weeks before you see any difference. So to get results you have to continue doing them. You need to be motivated and be rigorous to beat the cons of kegel exercises.
Vaginal Tightening Products
In conjunction with Kegel exercises vagina tightening can be achieved safely and naturally with vagina tightening products like creams, suppositories, pills, gels, herbs, sprays, soaps, capsules and oil made of natural ingredients that have been used in Asia for thousand of years.
While vaginoplasty requires admission to a clinic and is very expensive, Kegel exercises and electrical stimulation are cumbersome. Nevertheless by opting for Kegels and using vagina tightening products at the same time you will get a much quicker, cheaper, easier, safer, effective and convenient way to tighten your vaginal muscles.
By removing dead cells and replacing them with newer ones, by healing internal wounds, preventing infection & itching, encouraging natural lubrication, promoting attractive odor, and delaying the effects of aging these vaginal tightening products will help you make your vagina tighter.
Finally you could also try other alternatives like biofeedback or electrical stimulation to tighten your vaginal muscles.
These devices are pelvic toning devices, generically referred to as a Kegel exerciser, pelvic floor toner, pelvic floor muscle toner, pelvic toner, pelvic muscle stimulator, pelvic muscle trainer, vagina tightening pump or vaginal tightening instrument, designed to help women exercise their pelvic floor muscles and improve their vaginal muscle tone.
This method involves placing a sensor, also known as an electrode or probe into the vagina. The probe, connected to a visual and/or sound system, lets you see and/or hear the contraction. According to the colour of the light or the intensity of the sound, you will know whether the muscular contraction is done properly or not.
The biofeedback allows you to correct the contraction while doing the exercises on your own, as well as allowing you to gradually increase the effort and duration. The biofeedback will help you get more and more confident knowing that you are correctly contracting your pelvic floor muscles and properly carrying out your exercices.
This is a very effective technique that uses low frequency electrical currents, generated by a small electronic probe placed into the vagina, that stimulates your pelvic floor muscles deep down, inducing contractions of the vaginal muscles and consequently tightening your vagina.