Is there a way to tighten my vagina to increase sexual stimulation?

Kegel Exercises. You can tighten the pelvic floor muscles by learning how to do Kegel exercises. These are the muscles used to stop urination mid-stream. There are feminine products you can find that help you learn how to do this; one expensive but highly effective device is called 'Intensity" and can be found at www. Pourmoi. Com/Intensity-Vibrator.
Excersize. Certain excersizes will tighten the pelvic area tone. Check with a certified trainer or physical therapist. Yoga can help as well.
Yes. Usually women have to clench their legs very tightly around the penis while they are lying down. Most women do not experience orgasms in the tradional missionary position or with vaginal intercourse. The clitoris needs to be stimulated while the legs are tightly clenched as this increases the tone of the muscles around the clitoris.

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If you have sexual stimulation with clothes dr ask if you are sexual active how do you answer his question he rubbed penis against my vagina?

Your answer is yes. Yes you are sexually active even though there was no "penetration". It will give your MD a chance to talk about STD's and contraception when counseling you.

Was told that it you squeezed your vagina tight as possible during sexual assault it should help stop it but does it also increase the damage?

Discussion topic. It sounds like you'd benefit from a good discussion w/ counselors at a rape crisis center. They have wide experience and know more about this than almost anyone! Sure - more damage is a possibility and it might not stop a particular rapist even if it stops some. There are good safety tips you can learn at the center too!

How to tighten the vagina area my boyfriend says I am not exactly tight as most men would put it. I have been fairly sexually active and now I just want to be able to make him feel better.

There. There is a wide range of normal in this situation. First of all it is very important that you feel good about yourself, and not have someone else make judgments of you that make you feel badly. You can try kegel exercises, where you intermittently tighten up the walls of your vagina and repeat, and do those repeatedly during the day. That will often help the situation.

Sex is very uncomfortable for me. My vagina feels very tight, even though in have been sexually active for 4 years. Could there be something wrong?

See GYN. To be sure your anatomy is correct, have a gyn exam. If you've had a normal gyn exam, then you may wish to consult a psychologist to deal with possible coitophobia, vaginismus or dyspareunia. My sense is that there may be psychological issues, since you take psychotropic medications.

Sexually active for the past 1 month, vagina still very tight (need to use anbesol sometimes to numb), penis cannot go all the way in, help!

Probably nothing. Wrong. Things usually tend to improve with use, but doesn't hurt to check w/your gyn for their evaluation and suggestions. In the meantime, alter your sexual practices as needed to insure your comfort. You shouldn't have to numb your vagina, as vaginal stimulation is supposed to be enjoyable not painful. Maybe you need to tell your companion to be more considerate.
Sex. More foreplay will enhance lubrication and lengthen the fornix. And not all sex needs to involve penile- vaginal penetration. Foreplay, foreplay foreplay.

Negative blood test for STD HIV and normal discharge after sexual active now I have burning very small bumbs around vagina tight close or what?

Get herpes exam. Burning bumps on the vagina are suggests of herpes genitalis (HSV2)- see your GYN for an examination, culture and blood testing. This is a good time to go on a sexual vacation, square away BC and always use condoms...always...."protect yourself (and your partner) at all times"
Allergy? Too little information. What STD tests? How recently? How long have you had the symptoms? Have bumps become blisters or open sores? What sort of sexual history, partnerships, etc? Itching and bumps alone, without blisters sores, could be a physical irritation, allergy (e.g. to a perfume, spermicide, or even residual laundry detergent in underwear). Bottom line: see a doctor if symptoms continue.