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You know when there’s a certain thing happening to women, but no one feels comfortable talking about it? Well, loose vaginas is one of them. Many women are concerned about having a loose vagina after giving birth naturally. In fact, a lot of women are concerned about vaginal birth to avoid a similar situation.
Many women claim that their vaginas became tighter after recovering from a natural birth, however, others claim that natural birth makes their vaginas very loose, especially those who have gone through vaginal labor repeatedly.
If you’re among the latter group, here are some things you can do to tighten up a loose vagina after birth:
Everybody talks about Kegels, and nobody knows if it actually works. Well, experts say that it does when it’s done regularly. Kegels are exercises for the pelvic floor muscles. In simple words, you controllably contract and release the muscle. According to Healthline, to be able to see good results in a few weeks, you need to practice three sets of Kegels five to ten times a day.
Workouts like squats, bridge, and leg raises
Some workouts are known to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and hence, tighten up the vagina. Note that deep squats aren’t the answer to a tighter vagina, but narrow-legged and shallow squats are better for strengthening the pelvic floor.
Some yoga poses target the pelvic floor, including happy baby pose, warrior II pose, locust pose, tree pose, chair pose, triangle pose, bridge pose, garland pose, and cat-cow pose. The video is an example of a yoga sequence for the pelvic floor. You can find many videos on YouTube by very famous yoga teachers that target the pelvic area.
Vaginoplasty is a type of vaginal plastic surgery, which women carry out to tighten up their loose vaginas due to repeated childbirth or aging.