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Doctor insights on: How Do You Tighten Your Vagina After Childbirth

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How do you tighten your vagina after childbirth?

How do you tighten your vagina after childbirth?

Surgery: But be careful. So-called "vaginal rejuvenation" can have serious unintended consequences, including painful sex. ...Read more

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Is there a way to tighten my vagina after childbirth?

Is there a way to tighten my vagina after childbirth?

Vaginal rejuvenation: Yes, but i would think long and hard before doing it. It's typically referred to as vaginal rejuvenation (as if your vagina needs rejuvenating) and involves surgery to tighten the introitus (vaginal opening) and, if necessary, correct loose or sagging walls. It can lead to painful scarring and painful intercourse and is not recognized by the american congress of obgyns. ...Read more

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Will your vagina be as tight as it once was before childbirth? I'm worried it will not be as pleasurable for my husband since I've always been tight.

Will your vagina be as tight as it once was before childbirth? I'm worried it will not be as pleasurable for my husband since I've always been tight.

Changes : Just as your abdominal wall is never quite the same after a pregnancy your vagina is never quite the same after a vaginal delivery. How much change varies from woman to woman and pregnancy to pregnancy. With both exercises can be done to help after the baby is born. There's little change in vaginal tightness if the baby is born by Cesarean section but this isn't a reason to do a Cesarean. ...Read more

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After my child's birth, my vagina has loosened. How do I get a tight vagina like before the child birth?

After my child's birth, my vagina has loosened.  How do I get a tight vagina like before the child birth?

Opening: The vagina is not supposed to be "tight" it's good to have a strong pelvic floor as this can prevent prolapse and incontinence. Kegels can be done to strengthen the floor. Narrowing of the vagina can occur with large reconstructive mesh, radiation andold age. Vaginal "tightening" as promoted by a small group of gynos is an interest driven primarily by porn. Biofeedback may help if keyes dont. ...Read more

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Does the vagina feel looser after childbirth?

In many women yes: Because child birth does stretch it out and while it regains the majority of its former tightness , it is never quite the same after vaginal delivery, that is why many women have elective c-section now - to preserve the vagina from being stretched or from tearing also vaginal delivery in many women can lead to vagina and uterine prolapse and urine incontinence later in life taha can be fixed. ...Read more

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Can the vagina return to normal after childbirth?

Can the vagina return to normal after childbirth?

Yes : Barring trauma during birth the vaginal walls will contract to their normal condition. ...Read more

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Will my vagina remain stretched out after childbirth?

Will my vagina remain stretched out after childbirth?

Probably not...: Probably not, your vagina will change from before you had children...But chances are it will not stay the same as when you were pregnant and delivering the baby. Generally speaking for most women, you will get close to normal about 6 weeks after a vaginal delivery. ...Read more

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Is air coming out of vagina after childbirth dangerous?

Is air coming out of vagina after childbirth dangerous?

Probably not: You need to see your provider to be sure. If you are talking about right after childbirth, the vagina was open and especially if you had a repair, may have some air that is coming out. If it has been a while (more than a few days), you may have a hole between your rectum and your vagina, which would need to be fixed at some point (sometimes we wait a few months to see if it will heal). ...Read more

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I was wondering does the vagina deform after childbirth?

I was wondering does the vagina deform after childbirth?

Probably: Childbirth is traumatic to the pelvic floor. The vagina is very elastic and will return to near normal after delivery. Some women have very little detrimental effect on the vagina and pelvic floor as a result of a vaginal delivery - others end up with significant utero-vaginal prolapse and eventually require surgical repair for the pelvic relaxation. ...Read more