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Yes: If you explain that is part of your goal, usually the gyn will avoid this though so as not to cause problems with painful intercourse. Instead they will build up the support at the opening which in effect narrows the opening, making things more snug. See a gyn with a lot of reconstructive experience though like a urogynecologist. ...Read more
Yes: Any time one performs a cystocele and rectocele repair, there is some tightening of the vagina. These repairs can be modified in ways that can tighten the vagina even more based on your wishes. Find an experienced surgeon, Urogynecologist is probably best, and discuss. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: If you are referring to vaginal tightness after delivering a baby, yes!. The tissues in the vaginal area, with hormonal stimulation are made to stretch for the birth of a baby. By the same reasons, the vaginal area will restore itself to approximately the same state as previous to pregnancy. Birth trauma can alter this but would be rare. Put your mind at ease, give it some time and enjoy. ...Read more
Don't try: Never heard of it! I am afraid if you try you may end up having pain from the acid (vinegar is acetic acid) and may even cause a burn to the vagina if it is concentrated (more than just table vinegar used for cooking). ...Read more
Kegel's exercises: Kegel's exercises strengthens the pubococcygeus(pc) muscle that "loops around the vagina". It is the muscle that is used if one tries to cut off the urine flow in mid-stream. Squeezing the pc muscle, holding it for a few seconds, than releasing the "squeeze" 15 or 20 times a day can "tighten the vaginal opening" and give more control during intercourse. ...Read more
6 weeks: By 6 weeks after delivery a woman's body has completely readjusted to the non-pregnant state. What hasn't gone back to what it was before the pregnancy is unlikely to completely come back. A healthy lifestyle in general including exercise can assist in bringing back the former shape, but the genetic setup of a woman also plays a significant role. ...Read more
No: Eating yogurt can help increase your lactobaccilli, which is the good bacteria that comprises the majority of bacteria in your vagina. But as far as the muscles of the vagina, yogurt has no effect on them. Generally yogurt is healthy, though no studies have shown that it's necessary for vagina. It can't hurt, though, and especially these new greek yogurts are great for your health. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Wht should we do to tighten our vagina is there anything eatable by which our vagina can get tighten ..? Or something?
Kegel exercises: Kegel exercises can strenghten the pelvic floor muscles. There are some physical therapists who specialize in exercises for the pelvic muscles and help with both pelvic pain and pelvic weakness. There are also some devices that your doctor can prescribe or recommend which help.Foods and pills don't do this. ...Read more
Kegels: As you may have read, there are exercises called kagels. These involve voluntary squeezing of the pelvic floor muscles. Squeezing and holding for 10 seconds if you can. There are also devices shaped like cones or balls that you can place in the vagina and squeeze around so as to practice your pelvic floor muscles. You can find these online. Pelvic floor physical therapy is another option. ...Read more
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