But it’s a real problem for a large percentage of women out there, especially if you’ve had children. And it can cause a host of different problems from reduced sexual satisfaction to bladder issues.
Today, I want to talk about some of the options that are available to help you tighten your vagina naturally. I’ve been in your shoes before, and after trying what seemed like a hundred different remedies and exercises, I’ve figured out what works and doesn’t work.
What Causes a Loose Vagina?
First, let’s clear up a major misconception, or myth, before we talk about what actually causes the vagina to loosen up.
Too Much Sex Makes You Loose: FALSE
False. After intercourse, your vaginal walls contract back to their original state. Sexual arousal relaxes the vaginal walls, which lead you to believe that your vagina is looser. But this relaxation effect is a natural process that’s necessary for reproduction. After all, it makes it easier to have sex.
If too much sex doesn’t make your vagina loose, what does?
Many women don’t experience any issues with vaginal tightness until after they give birth to their first child. Giving birth to multiple children can affect the elasticity of your vaginal musculature, but here’s the thing: the effects won’t be permanent.
That said, it can take a very long time for your vagina to revert back to its normal “tightness,” and in the meantime, you may be dealing with sexual dissatisfaction and a host of other issues.
Aging can also affect the tightness of your vagina. As we age, our estrogen levels start to diminish. When this happens, our vaginal walls become less elastic and thinner. In other words, our muscles lose their tautness, and we feel “looser” to our partner.
While we can’t prevent aging, we can take steps to keep our vagina healthy and “tight” even in old age.
Conventional Solution: Vaginoplasty
Vaginoplasty is the conventional solution for vaginal tightening. Not surprisingly, this is a relatively new procedure that’s part of a new and growing field known as cosmetogynecology. As you may have guessed, this type of procedure is considered plastic surgery, and it comes with an inherit set of risks.
You may have heard this procedure referred to as “rejuvenation of the vagina.” The goal of the surgery is to tighten up the vaginal walls and restore its natural elasticity.
Vaginoplasty uses autologous tissue (i.e. your own tissues) to reconstruct certain areas of your vagina and vulvovaginal complex. The surgeon may use tissue from skin grafts, skin flaps, oral mucosa, intestinal mucosa or the vaginal labia.
There are several different ways to perform this type of surgery, and your physician will discuss these options with you.
Risks and Side Effects
Naturally, with any surgical procedure, there are potential side effects and risks. These include:
- Death: Although uncommon, death is a risk that comes with any surgical procedure.
- Blood clots: Clots can lead to a heart attack or stroke. Following doctor instructions before the procedure can prevent this from happening.
- Blood loss: Some patients experience hemorrhaging after the procedure, which requires a blood transfusion.
- Fistula: This can occur when a hole develops between the wall between the vagina and colon.
- Infection: Infections can arise from the procedure itself or improper post-op care.
- Necrosis: Death of tissue can occur because of an infection, loss of blood or tissue rejection.
- Pneumonia: Fluid may develop in the lungs after the surgery.
- Paralysis: A blood clot, stroke or severed nerve can lead to paralysis. This is extremely rare.
- Vaginal collapse: In severe cases, the vagina can actually cave in, which would require reconstructive surgery.
These are just the most severe side effects. Some women have reported the following:
- Inability to orgasm – ever again.
- Inability to produce natural lubrication, or produce too much mucus.
- Stenosis – i.e. your vagina is too narrow for sex.
- Chronic pain from nerve damage.
- Scarring in the surgery site.
- Enlargement of the clitoris.
- Yeast infections.
I considered vaginoplasty before I even considered any natural remedies. Why? Because it was the quickest, most convenient way to get the results I wanted.
The Problem with Vaginoplasty
Many women are great candidates for this surgery, and most go through it without any issues. But here’s the problem with this procedure:
- It costs a fortune: Procedures can range anywhere from $6,000-$8,500. And because this is considered plastic surgery, your insurance likely won’t cover the cost of the surgery. I don’t know about you, but I certainly don’t have $6,000 to $8,000 lying around for surgery.
- There are serious risks: Technically speaking, this is not a necessary procedure. Yes, you want to fix your problem, but it’s not life-threatening, and certainly not worth risking your life over.
- You may have to travel far: Vaginoplasty is still a relatively new procedure, and you may have to travel far to find a doctor who will perform the surgery. This can add to the already high costs of the procedure.
How to Tighten Your Vagina Naturally
There are two primary ways to tighten your vagina naturally: kegel exercises, and gels. V Tight Gel is the leading product in the “gels” category, and is the only solution that worked for me. But I’m going to cover both options, so you make the right choice for you.
Think of Kegel exercises as a workout for your vagina. Remember, your vagina is a muscle, and the right exercises can strengthen it.
What these exercises do is strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which can help tighten the vagina. The great news is that these exercises are easy to perform, you can do them anywhere, and they don’t require any special equipment.
Here’s how it works:
- First, you have to find the right muscles. To do this, try stopping urination midstream. These are the exact muscles that you need to work. Once you get a feel for how to activate these muscles, you can do these exercises in any position.
- Start by tightening your muscles, and holding the contraction for five seconds.
- Now, relax these muscles for five seconds.
- Do this four to five times in a row.
Eventually, you want to work your way up to relaxing and contracting for 10 seconds each. Repeat this three times per day, and remember to breathe freely during each session (don’t hold your breath).
It may take a few weeks before you start seeing results, but if you do these exercises three times per day, every day, you should start noticing that your vagina is tighter and your sexual satisfaction is enhanced.
V Tight Gel is the best alternative to Kegel exercises and the ONLY solution that worked for me. And it’s so easy to use. But before I get to that, let me talk about why and how this gel works.
The key ingredient in this gel is Manjakani Extract, which has been used in Eastern cultures for centuries as a way to restore vaginal tightness. Also known as Oak Gall, this extract can heal vaginal tissue, restore elasticity, improve your vitality and retard or reverse vaginal atrophy.
This potent herb is rich in vitamins C and A, carbohydrates, proteins and minerals.
In India and Malaysia, you’ll find many new mothers taking this extract because it restores vaginal tightening naturally. And these women have been doing this for hundreds of years.
How to Use V Tight Gel
V Tight Gel is so easy to use. Just apply some of the gel to the tip of your finger, and insert and massage the gel into the vaginal walls two times per day. That’s it! Vaginal tightening couldn’t’ be simpler. There are no exercises to perform (although this could boost your results significantly), and there are no costly procedures to undergo.
Here’s What V Tight Gel Did for Me
- Tightened and toned my vagina naturally
- Reshaped and contracted my vaginal walls
- Restored suppleness and sensitivity
- Restored lubrication, so I was never dry
- Made me feel young again
I can’t recommend V Tight Gel enough to women who are looking to tighten their vagina after childbirth or in older age. If you’re looking for a safer and natural alternative to vaginoplasty, V Tight Gel is the right solution for you.