There are various reasons why you may have a vagina that is loose or not as tight as you would like it to be. This can be a result of childbirth, obesity, aging, heavy lifting and straining. There is good news though.
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Here's what can change the size and shape of things down below. We're always trying to get to the bottom of sexual health rumors, and one we've been hearing for a while really needs an investigation. This one has it that the size of a woman's vagina is related to how much sex she's had.
When you are first married, life is wonderful, sex is easily pleasurable, and your partner is ready and willing to do absolutely anything you request. But as time goes on and the initial spark fades, the intensity, excitement, and willingness to please deteriorates and can be intensified by problems such as a loose vagina. The walls within the vagina are large muscles which expand and contract to allow sex and childbirth to occur.
Are you getting desperate because you feel like you have already lost the youthfulness of your lady part due to aging and childbearing? Just so you know, you are not the only one in this boat. Thousands of other women all around the world have low self-esteem because of a slack pussy.
The idea that you can develop a "loose" vagina from too much sex is a myth created by capitalism and the patriarchy to feed vagina insecurity and sell you dumb products. Or at least, that's the theory I subscribe to after learning about "vagina tightening" pills and the tragically titled "18 Again" cream. I can confirm that you can have rigorous penetrative sex with penises, dildos, and even fists and your vagina won't "stretch out.
Skip navigation! Story from Sex School. Averbuch says. The relaxation of muscles can make the vagina more or less accommodating.
When it comes to the vagina, there are a lot of myths and misconceptions. Some people, for example, believe that vaginas can lose their elasticity and become loose forever. Your vagina is elastic.
Female breasts and male penises come in various sizes, so do vaginas. Just as breasts are supposed to be roundish, the nipples must respond to stimulation and penises are expected to expand and contract, vaginas too are supposed to tighten and loosen up depending on various factors, most importantly hormones. While physical touch and mental stimulation seem to be the immediate stimuli, it is actually hormones, blood circulation and the elasticity of muscles that control the vaginal loosening or tightening. Vaginas are expected to loosen up during sexual intercourse or even foreplay.