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Tight Vagina

Tighnening vaginal for better sex

As women age, their vaginas become loose, which is a physiological symptom. Many women having loose vaginas might suffer from urethral or bladder prolapse, which leads to urinary incontinence (being not able to hold urine when sneezing and jumping), dysuria or repeated uropoietic system infection. They may also face constipation due to rectocele. Some might be slow or unresponsive to sexual stimulation in sexual life, so it is hard for them to have orgasms. These women can adopt methods including medication, doing regular exercises or receiving surgery to recover the elastic fibers of the vaginal wall so that they can naturally contract vaginas and feel more pleasure in physical touch.

Vaginal Tightening Exercises

1. Lying down exercise

Lie down on your back with your buttocks on the edge of the bed. Keep your legs straight in the air without touching your feet to the floor. Hold on to the edge of the bed with your hands to maintain the grip and avoid slipping off the bed. Keep your legs together and lift them up towards your upper body slowly. Keep your knees straight all the time. Use your hands to hold yo ur legs and press them towards your abdomen. Keep your knees straight. Then, slowly put your legs down back to the original position. Repeat this exercise every day.

2. Standing exercise

Stand up and keep your legs slightly apart from each other. Contract the hip muscles on both side to push your thighs close. Turn your knees outward and then contract your sphincter so that you feel your vagina move upwards. Be patient doing this exercise, and then you will be able to contract vagina and anal sphincter and distinguish the movements. Doing this will improve the vagina's ability to contract and regain the skill to contract during sex, making your sex life harmonious and happy.

3. Vaginal tightening sphincter exercise

Every time you go to urinate, try to contract your vagina and stop urine from getting discharged. After few seconds, let it loose for urine to flow. Then contract again and stop the flow. Practicing this will be helpful in tightening your vagina.

4. Abdominal exercise

Strong abdominal muscles are vital and essential for better functioning. Lie on your back and bend your legs. Hold your knees using both the hands and pull your knees close to your breast. Then stretch your hip joints and try to keep your legs straight and horizontal. Then pull your legs and bend your hips to keep your knees close to your breast. Repeat this many times. Finally, put your arms straight beside your body. Lift up your legs for several times and then lift up your left and right legs respectively for several times.

This exercise is suitable for women suffering from anterior prolapse, vaginitis, cervicitis and women suffering from hypertension and other symptoms that resist surgery. Vagina tightening surgery is not recommended for women who have not conceived ever and women with uterine-incision delivery.

5. Pelvic exercise

Anterior and posterior pelvic practices are important for exercising pelvic and abdominal muscles. Half-squat and bend your knees slightly. Keep your feet and arms aligned with an akimbo. Breathe in pushing the pelvis forward and pull it back while breathing out. While doing this, tilt your hips back as far back as possible. Continue doing this several times.

6. Massage exercise

Lie on your back. Bend your legs and keep your knees apart by facing the soles of the feet opposite to each other. Then massage your knees and upper thighs to and fro using your palms. Breathe in while massaging upper thing and breath out once your hands reach your knees. Doing this several times will turn out to be helpful.

7. Stretching exercise

Lie on your back and keep your legs slightly bent and away from each other. Put your left hand on your left lower abdomen and relax your shoulders. Your medial thigh muscles will feel intense after doing this. Slowly draw circles with your knees to feel comfort and pleasure. When you feel this way, focus on the raised part of your pubic bone and lift the pubic bone, but your hips should not leave the pad.