Most women worry about there sex life, especially after child birth and what they can do about vaginal tightening after pregnancy. And any one who has been in a delivery room would share the same worry.
Most women worry about there sex life, especially after child birth and what they can do about vaginal tightening after pregnancy. And any one who has been in a delivery room would share the same worry. To be frank watching a baby as big as that coming out of something so small is a wonder to behold in view of this most women, as well as their partners, can’t help but wonder just how much the vagina will stretch, heal and whether or not it will ever be tight again. I sure as hell don’t blame them. One thing every parent or woman planning or thinking of getting pregnant is the effect it would have on her vagina that vaginal tightening after pregnancy is very possible even in abnormal child birth or cases that involved extensive stretching and even tearing of the vagina. Often, midwives and gynecologists recommend vaginal strengthening exercises, such as Kegels. Though this is helpful it is however inadequate as it only works on the muscles of the vagina, leaving other relevant issues that affect tightness of the vagina after birth. After child birth, the vaginal muscles and skin is stretched causing discomfort during sex making the woman feel inadequate and undesired. In addition to the hormonal changes the body undergoes during pregnancy which, include vaginal dryness, lowered libido etc. and kegel would never solve this and neither would vaginal tightening surgery