Loose vagina

I am 39 years old and have 2 kids by normal delivery. I feel my vagina muscles have become really loose. How can I tighten them only by medication. Are there any side effects of those medicines.please help and suggest

Doctor Answers 5

Non Surgical Vaginal Tightening

I do not know of any medications to make vaginal muscles tighter. However there are some other non surgical options such as ThermiVa RF and Mona Lisa Laser.


Orange County Plastic Surgeon
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Non surgical vagina tightening

#Nonsurgicalvaginatightening
this is a timely question.  keegles and other exercises will help but no medications.
non surgical tightening can be done with lasers or RF

we like the #thermiva  .. no downtime.  no pain  good results

Jed H. Horowitz, MD, FACS
Orange County Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 109 reviews

Medical Treatments for Vaginal Laxity???

Loose muscles can be made stronger and thicker by exercising them. However, they can not be brought together if they have been separated far apart by childbirth regardless of how strong they are. Vaginoplasty - surgical tightening is the gold standard and gives excellent long-lasting results. The currently available nonsurgical treatments for vaginal laxity are kegel muscle exercises and laser vaginal tightening with FemiLift or other nonsurgical vaginal lasers which are temporary treatments.

Marco A. Pelosi III, MD
Jersey City OB/GYN
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Medicines to tighten my vagina. Best methods for vaginal tightening

So-called "vaginal tightening medicines" are a cruel hoax, designed to make money for the manufacturer, replete with phony "testimonials..."  There is absolutely no non-predjudiced evidence that they work.  Probably no harm done, except to your pocketbook... This applies to pills, potions, creams, powders, etc.

What works: Laser or RF for mild situations; well done vaginal floor tightening operations (e.g. Vaginoplasty) for true relaxation, and pelvic floor physial therapy for all.

Click on the link and go to "Who is a good candidate for vaginal tightening," and navigate the site (especially blogs and "Genital Cosmetic Procedures) for more evidence-based info...

Best to you for an approach that works!

Michael P Goodman MD

Loose Vagina

If you are looking for a non surgical approach to vaginal tightening, I would recommend starting with Kegel exercises and see if that helps resolve your issue.

We offer non surgical vaginal tightening using a CO2 laser and have been getting incredible results with it.   It also helps improve urinary incontinence at the same.  The procedure is painless, quick and effective.

David Ghozland, MD
Santa Monica OB/GYN
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