Do vagina tightening exercises really work?
Vagina tightening exercises? For real? Yes, you read that correctly.
Let’s face it ladies. Our bodies change -A LOT- over time, especially after going though a pregnancy (or multiple pregnancies). Some women are lucky and their bodies bounce back after childbirth (either through hard work or great genes). Not all of us are that lucky though.
Pregnancy and childbirth is a beautiful phase in life – any woman is blessed to be a mother. They’re extra lucky if they have experienced this miracle more than once. But, everything that goes along with this miracle can take a huge toll on your body. Having such physical changes occur can also cause a big change in your confidence and comfort in your own skin. Childbirth causes the muscles in your vagina to become lax and lose its firmness. The problem worsens as you age.
This is a common problem faced by many women – the only difference is some are forced to face it sooner than others, but it is unavoidable. While we can’t stop it from happening, there are steps we can take to minimize the effects. Here are some easy, yet effective pelvic floor exercises, aka vagina tightening exercises you can try for yourself. Everybody’s body is different, so the results will vary, but it is possible that these vagina tightening exercises can be the answer you’ve been looking for.
If these vagina tightening exercises simply aren’t yielding the results you’re looking for, there are other options. If adding anything else to your already full plate, just isn’t going to happen, there are alternatives. Perhaps exercise just isn’t your thing. Vaginoplasty is a surgical procedure commonly performed to restore the tightness of your vaginal muscles and tissues. Board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Usha Rajagopal is an expert in this field with more than two decades of experience and 1000s of vaginal surgeries under her belt. Dr. Usha can give you an honest opinion and help you to assess your needs. Give the San Francisco Plastic Surgery and Laser Center a call today to schedule a consultation.
Usha Rajagopal, MD
Phone: (415) 392-3333