5 Natural Ways To Tighten The Vagina and The True Reasons For a Loose Vagina

5 Natural Ways To Tighten The Vagina and The True Reasons For a Loose Vagina

5 Natural Ways To Tighten The Vagina and The True Reasons For a Loose Vagina

Note: This post contains adult content and is rated 18+. It is mainly for educational purposes.
Before this writer take you round the 5 basic things that can keep the vagina tight, let us dispel the many myths surrounding the cause of vaginal looseness; having too much sex, losing tightness immediately after you lose your virginity, and that having a baby loosens the vagina forever. None of these are true in the slightest, all are myths! You should know it’s not the vagina that loose, but the pelvic floor muscle.
When looking for natural ways to tighten your vagina, it is important that you know the correct area to target. The pelvic floor muscle houses both the vagina and the vaginal wall muscle. When the pelvic floor muscle is tight and in place, everything else will be held nicely and supported. The vaginal wall muscle is a very elastic, folded and stretchy accordion. When the pelvic floor muscle stretches, the vaginal wall muscle also unfolds more and more.
The 3 Main Reasons for a Loose Vagina
#1 Natural Aging process

 Aging aids vaginal looseness but that can be countered with the right exercises.

#2 Multiple births without having a break

 For example, having three babies in four years without breaks in between to allow the strengthening of the pelvic floor muscle after each one.

#3 Severe medical conditions 

 Although this is rare, vaginal looseness can also occur due to severe medical conditions.

How do you determine a loose vaginal wall?
√ The craving of a man with a piece of bigger equipment down there because the man you are with is not filling you up as much as you’d like.
√ No resistance from the vagina walls when you insert three fingers.
√ When your man doesn’t ‘enjoy’ you because of the perceived wideness.
√ When you cannot contract your vagina muscles to grab your forefinger.
Sweetheart, if you suffer from any of the issues mentioned above, you need to do fix it as soon as possible. But not to worry, these are natural fixes to try;
1. Do Kegel Exercises: These exercises work on the vagina walls and avert weakness in the pelvic floor area. Kegel exercises can be done by clenching the walls, holding them for a few seconds and release. It has the same feeling of when you are in the process of urinating, then you stop it midstream. Repeat that exercise several times a day. It can be done anywhere at any time and no one will notice.
2. Have orgasms: Yes, this is for real. The more prolonged orgasms you have, the better. This helps your pelvic floor muscle to contract, tightening your vagina walls.
3. Healthy sex with one partner: If you are not a sex worker, then you should desist from having multiple sex partners. Healthy sex with just one partner is a good way to also tighten your vagina. During sex, learn the process of clenching your partner’s penis tightly when he thrusts and release when he draws out. As the rhythm and pace increase, clench and unclench at intervals. In no time, as your clenching abilities improve naturally, your partner will sing praises of your amazing bedroom skills.
4. Use Aloe Vera: Aloe vera is a natural plant and can be applied easily. It is known to prevent vagina prolapse. All you need do is extract the gel from a mature Aloe Vera leaf and rub it in on your vaginal walls with fingers gently. Repeat this process five to six times daily, and you can also apply it before sex as it serves as a natural lubricant.
5. Eat Healthy Foods: Food rich in protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals like a vegetable, fruits and so on will keep your vaginal muscles strong and healthy. Whatever you eat also works down there. Hence, eat and stay healthy.
In conclusion, if you practice the fixes above properly, you will see positive changes in your vagina. Do not use over-the-counter (OTCs) products as some can be harmful.
Stay safe!
Disclaimer: This post is for educational purposes. You should visit the doctor if none of this fixes work for you.