Tremendous amounts of information are available regarding surgical intervention for genital cosmetic surgery. However; there is very little data available that offers non-surgical solutions for “loose” vaginas.
Where Do You Get Real, Helpful Information?
When doing your research, keep in mind that a lot of the data provided is sponsored by the cosmetic facility reaching out to you for your business. Always do your homework before choosing a cosmetic surgeon/facility that suits your particular needs.
As part of our extensive research, we started following Michael Castleman, M.A. He is published and polished, and his vast knowledge of human sexuality has impressed us. He handles the most sensitive subjects in a classy and clinical manner. He contributes to the removal of he stigma of sex as a taboo subject.
What happens to the Vagina over a Long period?
In his informative article, Mr. Castleman gives a very accurate depiction of what happens to the vagina over a long period. He states:
“The vagina stretches a great deal during childbirth, like an accordion opened all the way. Post-par-tum does it re-tighten completely? Yes, at least in young women, that is, women under around 30. Within three to six months after delivery, the typical young woman’s vagina feels indistinguishable from how it was before she gave birth.”
There are Two Exceptions:
- Stretching elastic over a long period of time, it will eventually fatigue and no longer snap back entirely. This frequently occurs to the vaginas of young women after multiple births. The muscles of the vagina can fatigue and not fully contract.
- “In addition, age fatigues the vaginal muscles. Whether or not women have given birth, as they grow older, they may complain of looseness. Today, many women delay having children until after age 30, and a growing number of women now have children after 40. Combine childbirth with the effects of aging, and risk of vaginal looseness increases. Women who give birth after around 30 may notice persistent looseness after delivering only one child. (Individual differences account for the fact that birth-and-age-related looseness happens to some women and not others.”
The author offers a couple of suggestions for trying to improve vaginal looseness. He suggests a change in sexual position, and the incorporation of Kegel exercises into the sexual experience. To this point, there are devices designed to facilitate Kegel’s, but there has not been an alternative that offers instant tightening and heightened sensitivity to both partners.
Another Way to Improve Vaginal Looseness
Le Snuggle is a marital aid that is designed to fill the vaginal cavity space caused from naturally occurring laxity (ie: age, etc.) and childbearing.
This device positions the penis against the upper structures of the vagina to accomplish a much “tighter” experience for both the male and female partner.
Le Snuggle works best with the perfect atmosphere, proper lubricant and lots of fun foreplay.
Mr. Castleman also presents a scenario regarding vaginal tightness that is relevant to any satisfying sexual experience.
“A man who attempts intercourse before the woman feels fully aroused-before her vagina has relaxed and become well-lubricated- is either sexually unsophisticated, or a boor. It takes most women at least 30 minutes to become sufficiently aroused to enjoy intercourse, that is, for their vaginas to relax enough to allow the penis to slide in comfortably. That’s why kissing, hugging, fondling, massage, and oral sex are so important. They allow both lovers to become full aroused, and they allow vaginas to relax and (in most women) produce enough natural lubrication to enjoy intercourse comfortably. In other words, the solution to vaginal tightness is extended foreplay and more lubrication,(ie: commercial lubricant).”
By accepting the fact that a change in your sexual relationship is needed, and there are open lines of communication, you and your partner have already beat most of this problem.
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