How can I tighten my vagina naturally, that will give me great results?
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No surgery tightening tips
I would also consider financing for a vaginal tightening procedure if the above recommendations prove not to be successful
We use non-surgical radiofrequency to tighten the vagina after child birth. So far all our patients have been satisfied with their tightening. Look up ThermiVa. You might want to consider this. And of course, keep doing Kegel exercises. The link below discusses this treatment and has photos. All the best, Dr. Joe
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How can I tighten my vagina naturally, that will give me great results?
Non-surgical Vaginal Tightening
Hi Jasmaine, This is a common problem that many women go through. Unfortunately, non-surgical remedies will never give you any type of result that is as close to what surgery will. If you are expecting to see a great improvement, then surgery would be the better fit for you. In the meantime though if you are looking for a non-surgical treatment we do offer an option that uses the power of laser to help tighten. It is called Intimalase and it will help to stimulate collagen remodelling for an end result of a tighter vaginal canal. There is no anesthesia required and many of my patients undergo this treatment to complement a labia reduction if they are not ready to undergo a surgical vaginoplasty. Best of luck!
Natural Vaginal Tightening?
Allow me first to offer my condolences for your losses. As far as your question goes, there are no natural remedies for vaginal laxity than can provide results similar to vaginal rejuvenation. Kegel exercises can help tighten the muscles in the pelvic area, but kegels alone can only do so much. I recommend laser vaginal rejuvenation with FemTouch™ to my patients. Laser vaginal rejuvenation can offer patients a significant tightening effect (as well as relief from various vaginal health symptoms) at a considerably lower cost than surgical vaginal rejuvenation. Some practices may even offer financing options that can help divide the costs for patients who would prefer this option.
Increasing Elasticity with a Rejuvenation Procedure
The lining of the vagina can be reduced by removing excess and redundant mucosa which decreases the diameter of the canal. Also, the muscle ring, # pubococcygeus, at the entrance or introitus can be tightened.These procedures along with exercises such as Kegles can help keep the muscle tone in this area. Aesthetic Vaginoplasty, in many cases, can increase friction during intercourse, giving women more control of #vaginal muscles, increasing sexual satisfaction. All while creating a more attractive and appealing appearance to the vaginal area.
Non-surgical options for vaginal tightening
I'm sorry about the loss of your pregnancies, but congratulations for your one child. All it takes is one vaginal delivery to affect vaginal sensation and function. Most women who have decreased sensation experience it alone as their partners aren't typically affected unless there's significant trauma or changes.
This is a question mothers have had since birthing babies. With the advent of anesthesia, decades ago, women have had surgery available and now with newer technologies there are non-surgical lasers for vaginal tightening. The following is a list of options:
1) Regular pelvic floor exercises - kegels. This may be enhanced or facilitated with the help of vaginal weights, physical therapy or devices that provide electrical stimulation or biofeedback
2) Find a partner with a larger penis - not advisable if you're in a committed relationship. Size does matter, though since there is now a size discrepancy.
3) FemiLift CO2 Laser for vaginal resurfacing - an excellent option in the patient with mild vaginal relaxation. Also helps with urinary stress incontinence and vaginal lubrication. Great option if you still want more children, want to avoid surgery or can't take time away from family and/or work to recover appropriately.
4) Surgical vaginal tightening with a vaginoplasty. May be performed at the time of pelvic reconstruction and cosmetic enhancement of the vulva, or at the time of any other cosmetic enhancement surgery.
Gooseberries and other vaginal concoctions don't work.
You should consult with a reconstructive pelvic surgeon with experience in cosmetic vaginal surgery who would help you determine the best options that are right for you.
Best of luck,
Does "The Holy Grail" -VAGINAL TIGHTENING WITHOUT SURGERY- esist???
Unfortunately, the cream & potion thing only works for the scoundrels selling this junk. Don't waste your money. Regarding the "new generation" fancy "non-invasive" toys, well... the jury is still out. They are undeniably helpful for older women with vaginal atrophy, to LOOSEN the vagina & make it more wonderfully pliable.. but that's not what you're asking! FemiLift, MonaLisa, ThermiVa ( and several others coming soon-- there's big $$ to be made selling Laser units...) appear to be reasonably helpful in the narrow area of temporary improvement of urinary incontinence, and modest tightening of the vaginal SKIN, but are anatomically & physiologically incapable of the kind of pelvic floor reconstruction necessary for many of women with post-childbirth(s) laxity.
I agree to a point with Dr. Pelosi that you can Kegels 'till the cows come home but if you have separation of the levators, a herniation (bulge) in the floor, and separation of fascial fibers, tightening success will be limited. However, I would go on to say that if your laxity is strictly muscular and all else is intact, or if you have surgery & the muscles are reapproximated and strengthened, THEN - yes- good well-taught & performed DAILY pelvic strengthening exercise work pays dividends.
So... for you. Your situation is REAL and you are honest in your call for help. I think you understand that, in most situations such as yours (laxity after childbirth), only properly performed surgical reconstruction with post-operative ongoing exercising & healthy lifestyle will produce ongoing long-lasting results. For now: 1) Visit a savvy gynecologist or gyn nurse-practitioner as well as a pelvic floor physical therapist to be evaluated regarding whether you are a candidate for muscular work, that your muscles are where they should be but lax, with no true herniation of the pelvic floor (second degree or greater "rectocele"). Then, work on your muscles as instructed. 2) If you are able to strengthen your muscles and there is only a modest laginal laxity, RF or Laser work will additionally help, but is costs ~ $2500-$3000 and needs to be repeated every 2-3 years. 3) (AND BEST!) A sexual attitude change may be helpful in place of, or in preparation for, surgery. There are many ways of making love. Work with your partner, and with a certified sex therapist if locally available, to see all the things that turn you & your partner on, of the wide array of different ideas, toys, positions and fantasies involved in healthy and sensual lovemaking. You will find positions you'd not imagined, and stimulations you perhaps haven't envisioned. Please open the weblink below for a list of books that might really help (available through your local bookseller or Amazon), and many online resources for ideas, support & toys that will help you to build both a stronger relationship and sexier lovelife. Yes, it may help, but IT'S NOT ALL ABOUT SURGERY!
Michael P Goodman MD
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