Have you noticed that your vagina is loose after childbirth? If you are reading this article, you may have some concerns and would like to find a way to get the tightness of your vagina back. However, let us first try to understand why a female vagina becomes loose after giving birth to a baby.
The Vagina and Childbirth
Giving birth to a child is not a simple matter. A woman’s body goes through many changes during pregnancy, and the peak point of this is the delivery. The body goes through a lot of pain and changes, and the vagina is stretched to the maximum. In many cases, there are severe tears and the vagina ends up in a delicate state and will take some time to heal. Further, the vagina will find it next to impossible to get back the tightness it had. When a woman has sex for the first time after childbirth, she may not feel the same sensations she did in the past, and this is due to the vagina going through a trauma like nothing else.
How to get back the tightness of your vagina
If you feel that you have a loose vagina after giving birth to a child, here are some tips for you to consider and how you can get back the same feelings in your vagina.
There are a couple of natural ways that you can consider if you want to tighten your vagina.
There a couple of home remedies that have been passed down for generations. However, there is no scientific evidence that can back up the methods, but they seem to work for some.
Using creams and gels
If you use an organic cream product, you will find that the results you get will be almost immediate, and you will feel tight during sex. Caution is advised when purchasing such products as there are some that are not good quality. Only buy from a reputed supplier so that you know the products are good.
Some vaginal tightening exercises can help you to tighten the pelvic muscles. They are easy to perform in privacy and cost nothing. However, they may take a considerable amount of time to show results.
Apart from the above methods which are more or less natural, surgery is also a common practice, however, not everyone can afford to pay for a cosmetic surgery of this nature.