Discussions about sex and relationships are always fascinating. While many people find it difficult to openly talk about their sexuality, they are curious to find the answers to the many myths that surround the idea of sex.
One of the hot topics has always been about the link between a loose vagina and too much sex. Many people think that the vagina is tightest when a lady is a virgin and that it gets looser and looser as she starts to have sex frequently.
Does too much sex loosen your vagina?
First of all, it is a fact that every woman is different. Every vagina is different too. Just like penises, vaginas come in different sizes. This explains why some women find large penises very pleasurable while others find them very painful. The fact that a woman can accommodate a larger member does not necessarily mean she has had more sex. She may have had a larger vagina to begin with. We can’t fault her for that!
The vagina is by nature highly elastic and is always expanding and contracting. The vagina will become naturally “loose” when a woman is sexually aroused in preparation for intercourse. However, after sex, it tightens and goes back to its normal state. More sex does not make it any “looser.”
There is no scientific link between cavernous vaginas and too much sex. In fact, the vagina is not the only part of the body that is optimized to expand and contract. Stuffing too much food into your mouth cannot make the mouth loose even if you do it many times in a day!
What Actually Causes The Vagina to Get Loose?
There are factors that can cause the vagina to become loose that have nothing to do with having sex. Here are some of them:
1. Vaginal childbirth
Childbirth stretches the vagina a great deal. Let’s face it. The woman is pushing a 6-10 pound creature through her vagina. But the good news is that it does re-tighten completely post-partum, especially in young women. These are women in their early twenties or late teens.
But there are is an exception to this. After multiple births, even the vagina of a young woman may not fully contract.
For women who give birth later in their lives, they may not be as lucky. The rigors of late childbearing combined with the aging of the vaginal muscles may lead to permanent looseness. A woman who gives birth past the age of 30 is likely to experience persistent looseness.
Aging causes contractions of vaginal muscles to weaken which makes the vagina loose. This is very common in middle aged women or those in menopause. In addition to a loose vagina, aging can also lead to vaginal dryness as estrogen levels continue to drop.
How do you tighten your vagina?
This is one of the most popular natural methods. This is done by squeezing the internal pelvic muscles. When you visit the bathroom, try and stop yourself in the middle of peeing. When you squeeze the pelvic muscles, you will end up strengthening your vaginal walls as well. Perform the Kegel exercises several times a day for 9-11 weeks.
Although a woman’s vagina becomes looser with time, it is not as a result of how much sex she has had. So don’t judge women, or men for that matter, harshly because of the size of their genitalia. Learn to enjoy your body just the way it is.