It is incredible but many women do not know the parts of the vagina, its anatomy or structure, as well as its sexual stimulation. Do you know them?
To enjoy our sexuality we have to return to the fundamental, the knowledge of the female sexual anatomy, particularly of the vagina. For centuries, women have been condemned to sexual obscurantism: touching, looking and knowing the parts of their own body was considered dirty, sin, unfit for a decent woman.
However, knowing the parts of the female anatomy gives us power. Knowing their functions, stimuli and what part of this area is more pleasurable means that we can exercise our sexuality in a freer and more conscious way.
Because it is not the same to be receptive and to wait for the surprise of enjoyment, to know exactly what happens with our body, we invite you to know yourself. Know the parts of the vagina and then identify them in your own body, use a mirror and look at yourself, discover yourself, learn from yourself.
A human vagina is an elastic tubular tract or canal leading from the uterus to the exterior of the body in female (the vulva). Female genitals are the external portion of the female reproductive organ, which can be seen by the naked eye. In this case, it is called the “vulva”. Contained within the vulva are the mons pubis, clitoral hood, clitoris, labia majora, labia minora, vestibule of the vagina, urethra, vaginal orifice, fourchette and perineum.
See the different anatomical features of the vulva from various views.
Front view of the human vulva
You are looking at a full frontal view of the human vulva. You can distinguish all the anatomical features that compose the female sex organ. All basic parts of the genitalia have been labeled.
Rear view of the human vulva
You are looking at a rear view of the human vulva. You can distinguish all the anatomical features from the vulva looking at it if a woman is bent over. All basic parts of the genital have been labeled.
Under view of the human vulva
You are looking at an under or between the legs view of the human vulva. You can distinguish all the anatomical features of the female genitals. All basic parts of the vulva have been labeled.
Female pelvis and the placement of female genitals
You are looking at the female pelvic region, which you will find the genitalia in frontal view and the buttocks on rear view which are rounded portions of the anatomy located on the posterior of the pelvic region.
Mons pubis and pubic hair of female genitalia
The mons pubis comprises a mound of fatty tissue on the front side of the pelvic region. Pubic hair covers the mons pubis and also grows on the labia majora. See examples of female genitals at various stages of grooming (shaved, trimmed and natural).
Monte de Venus: The mount of Venus, Pubis or bikini triangle, is the quilted leather fabric that protects the pubic bone. It is covered with dark hair (except for those that wax) and it is precisely the hair that makes this part of the vagina more stimulating. Men can caress and entangle their fingers in hair. Many women love it! Test it!
Vulva: They are the most visible external parts of the vagina. When many women (and men too) think about the vagina, they usually refer to the vulva. The vulva includes the vaginal opening, the external and internal lips, the cervix, the urinary opening and the mount.
The clitoris: A naked eye is a small button protruding near the top of the lips. However, that which is seen is only the tip, since in reality the clitoris is a complex organ of erectile tissue that extends along the vaginal area. Complete measures approximately 10 centimeters and during the stimulation it thickens just like the penis, only it is more difficult to notice that it swells because it does it internally. The clitoris is the only organ of the human body whose function is only to give pleasure.
Head of the clitoris: It is the small structure like handle that protrudes externally at the point where the lips of the vagina are connected. There are some clitoral heads that look like an erect nipple and others that hide behind a cap. It is normal. The more excited you are, the more the head of the clitoris rises.
Cap of the clitoris: It is the feminine equivalent of what is the foreskin in men. It is formed by the union of the ends of the inner lips.
Clitoris trunk: It is located under the cap and as it sinks into the female genitals it is divided into two bodies in the shape of a fork (inverted V).
Corpora cavernosos: They are in the internal part and are the two sides of the fork.
Clitoral bulbs: Run along the corpora cavernosa, erectile tissue that becomes congested with blood during stimulation.
External lips: They are the two pads of fatty tissue that cover the inner lips. They have no concentration of nerve terminals so profuse or change much during stimulation, its function is to protect the internal parts of the vagina.
Internal Lips: They are the wet layers, if hair that are connected in the upper part around the head of the clitoris. They connect to the fundus, under the vagina, forming the bifurcation. There is a great variety in its appearance and it is totally normal. Some are clear, others dark, thin, long, soft, smooth, wrinkled, inward, turned outward, with one longer side than the other, etc. During arousal they swell and darken.
Frenulum: It is the union of the ends that are below the clitoris of the inner lips. It can be considered part of the external clitoris. Very sensitive to stimulation.
Urethra: Duct running from the bladder to the opening between the head of the clitoris and the vaginal opening.
Urethral Sponge: spongy erectile tissue that surrounds the urethra that produces a liquid similar to that produced by the male prostate (not urine). They contain the paraurethral glands, which make female ejaculation possible.
Point U: External area surrounding the urethral opening. It is a very pleasant erogenous zone that is often stimulated by accident but, because it is close to the clitoris, it provides a lot of pleasure.
Point G: It is the area of the urethral sponge, which can be felt along the upper female wall. It is located by inserting the index finger and directing it towards the navel, it can be stimulated if you move with your finger as if you were scratching.
Vaginal canal (the vagina, for many): It is the channel that runs from the cervix (the door of the uterus or womb), to the hole between the urethra and the anus. That’s where the penis or the sex toys come in.
Perineum: It is the short bridge between the vaginal opening and the anus. It can be sensitive to massage and pressure.
Anus: It is the final exit of the rectum, a tube in the form of s that serves for the passage of feces. This orifice is rich in nerve endings, sphincters and is close to the perineal sponge, so it responds very well to stimulation and can be part of the excitement or even orgasm.
Maintaining good personal hygiene is one of the most important aspects of being healthy, especially for women. Being able to properly take care of YOU makes all the difference to your overall health aid social life. Our vagina is the most sacred part of our body and should always be
treated as such. Much of the state of our health can be determined by the state of our vagina.
Although you may think you know everything there is to know about keeping your lady parts up to par, there are tons of common misconceptions about what you should do to maintain a healthy vagina. Knowing how much misinformation is out there about the health of the vagina, I wanted to provide this guide to get you on the path to the best self-care when it comes to your genitals.
Below I will explain 7 of the best ways of maintaining a healthy vagina and tips to effectively handle her with ease.
The vagina is one of the world’s most fascinating body part to talk about but rarely has this ‘ole talk’ have any accuracy behind it. The vagina is multi-functional and has several uses. Some of her functions include: the entrance to the womb, which carries and nurtures the growing child within; the warm sheath that brings men to their knees; and the passage that allows water unused by the body and carrying waste to pass from her. She has the ability to bring us pleasure with or without a partner.
With all her multi-functions, it should be a priority for all women to keep her lady parts healthy. When she is healthy, the vagina that is, you are happy. Additionally, she is so delicate in nature requiring care and maintenance to keep her healthy. It is important to always show her
more love than neglect.
A healthy vagina is naturally acidic and contains rich quantities of beneficial bacteria that help fend off infections and maintain a normal pH level. A healthy vagina will also secrete small amounts of discharge to keep itself clean, much as saliva is produced to help cleanse your mouth. An.v interference with these normal conditions and you may face vaginal irritation or infection.
Have you ever looked down there? Can you pick out your vagina in a line-up of twenty others? You should intimately know your lady parts and should never be ashamed to explore and understand any part of your body. It is YOURbody after all.
If you are already well-acquainted with your lovely vagina, I applaud you, if not make a time, if not now, when you have some privacy. Have a bath and lay down on your bed with a handheld mirror. Place the mirror between your legs (ensure that you have good lighting) and fully
examine your vagina.
Look at your labia, majora and minora. Locate your clitoris. Consider the pubic hairs you have (or don’t have). What about the color. Take your time with this exercise.
Next, you need to do the smell test. This is necessary as the smell is a vital part of determining the health of your vagina. Place a finger at the entrance and swab in order to get a bit of your natural secretions, and then take a whiff. It’s yours, don’t be embarrassed.
How does is smell? Is it offensive? Sweet? Neutral?
Take note of all these things. Once finished you can wash up.
In a private note or journal (feel free to destroy at the end of the exercise if you have a concern of others finding it), write your findings. Is there any aspect that you have a concern or worry about? Anything to talk to your doctor about? That would be first and foremost to have
addressed. Provided that this is not tile case let’s move on with V-Care 101.
Grooming, as it pertains to the vagina, would entail tile upkeep of the pubic hair, whether removed partially, wholly or not at all. How you wear it is totally your choice. Just be sure to be safe in tile method of hair removal with respect to hygiene (especially in waxing salons) and also to avoid nicks and cuts if shaving, which can introduce infections to an already delicate and sensitive area. Also, be vigilant about tile chemical that you apply to assist with hair removal or even bleaching as some of these can be dangerous.
If for religious, personal or other reasons you wear your pubic hair untouched then there are some guidelines you should follow to ensure tile cleanest environment for your lady parts.
Sweat and bacteria contribute to odor and both can get trapped in hair. Be sure to wash with soap and water and gently use tile pads of tile fingers to massage tile skin underlying the hair to loosen dead skin cells, sweat and odor causing bacteria. Rinse well and ensure that you dry your pubic hair thoroughly to avoid trapping moisture in your undies.
Washing and cleansing
The vagina is self-cleaning, meaning that the secretions that are emitted cleanse the walls within. This maintains the optimal pH for the vagina and keeps the right balance of good bacteria. There is no need to douche or use any internal cleansing agents. As a matter of fact,
these may be harmful in interfering with the internal environment and flora causing infections. Unless advised by a doctor, do not try to wash out your vagina with products.
To clean the area properly, wash with soap and water ensuring to wash and gently rub between the folds of the labia majora and minora. Cleaning between the lips will ensure you get to all the nooks and canines where dirt, bacteria and odor hide. Do not insert a finger inside to
wash the passage. This is not necessary and can be harmful as discussed previously.
Note, women do carry the female version of smegma tinder the hood of the clitoris, which actually contributes to offensive odors and build-up of bacteria. You may have to gently retract the skin of the clitoris (especially for ladies well-endowed down there) and wash the area. This
part is extremely sensitive so do be gentle and rinse well to avoid leaving any soap residue under the skin.
Rinse thoroughly. Dry thoroughly.
After using the bathroom
When wiping yourself after a bowel movement always wipe from front to back to avoid getting any faecal matter in your vagina. This is important as you do not want to transfer germs and bacteria into your vagina.
I personally have always found it an unpleasant and unclean feeling to simply use toilet paper alone after a bowel movement. If you got poop on your hand, for example, would you just use toilet paper to wipe it off and go about your day? Exactly! Therefore if at home, I would first get as clean as possible using the tissue paper and then proceed to wash myself with a mild soap. It feels good to be clean and go about the day feeling fresh. In countries in the east such as China and India, it is common to wash oneself after using the toilet.
If however, you are not able for whatever reason to wash yourself, whether you are in a public restroom, at work, school etc., I always recommend having some wet wipes with you, preferably unscented baby wipes as these tend to be safest and gentlest on the areas. Walk too with a plastic bag to dispose of then in as they are mostly not flushable or wrap them in tissue and dispose in a sanitary bin if you have no other choice. This should get you clean enough so you can get on with your day.
After passing urine wipe with tissue paper, again from front to back to avoid transfer of germs, to ensure that all drops of urine are wiped up so as not to get on your underwear. Ammonia from the urine contributes greatly to genital odor.
Now if during the day, let’s say at work or school, you feel you need to freshen up down there, you can use a wet wipe or three to clean yourself, wiping between the folds and lips. Use a bit of tissue to dry up the area, change your panty shield (if wearing one) and feel cleaner. This is also a good practice when out on a date, if you need to get clean for some action (wink wink).
Exercise for the vagina is crucial to her overall health in general. Without proper exercise a weak pelvic floor may lead to issues such as the inability to control your bowels or bladder.
A weak pelvic floor can be due to many factors in women, such as pregnancy, childbirth, aging, and weight gain. The pelvic floor muscles support the womb, the bladder, and the bowels. If the muscles are weak, these pelvic organs may lower into a woman’s vagina. Besides
being extremely uncomfortable, this can also cause urinary incontinence.
There are several types of exercises that you can do to strengthen this area. For the sake of this article, I will only discuss one, Kegel exercises.
When first starting Kegel exercises, it is important to find your muscles first before beginning. Finding the right set of muscles can be tricky. One way to find them is by placing a clean finger inside your vagina and tightening your vaginal muscles around your finger.
Another way to locate these muscles is by trying to stop your urine mid-flow. The muscles you use for this action are your pelvic floor muscles. It’s vital to get use to how they feel when they contract and relax.
Important note: only use this method for learning purposes only. Starting and stopping your urine regularly or too frequently is not a good idea. Make sure to not do Kegel exercises when you have a full bladder. Incomplete emptying of the bladder can raise your risk for a urinary
tract infection (UIT).
You can talk with your gynecologist for guidance if you still aren’t sure you’ve found the right muscles.
A third option for locating your pelvic floor muscles is something called Biofeedback training. In this procedure, a doctor will insert a small probe into your vagina or put adhesive electrodes on the outside of your vagina or anus. You will be asked to try to do a Kegel. There will be a
monitor there to detect whether you contracted the correct muscles and how long you were able to hold the contraction.
Again, remember to always empty your bladder before doing Kegel exercises. As a beginner, I recommend you find a safe, quiet, private place to sit or to lie down before doing your exercises. As you get more practice, you’ll be more comfortable and will be able to do them anywhere.
When you first start doing Kegel exercises, tense the muscles in your pelvic floor for a count of three, then relax them for a count of three. Keep going until you have done 10 repetitions. Over the next several days, practice until you can hold your muscles tensed for a count of 10. Your intended goal should be to do three sets of 10 repetitions every day.
Don’t be discouraged if you don’t see the results right away.
Kegel exercises can take as long as a few months to have an effect on urinary incontinence. However, every individual is different and the results will vary for each person. While some people show great improvement in muscle control and continence, others may show no
significant improvement at all. However, Kegels may prevent your condition from getting worse.
If you feel pain in your abdomen or back after a Kegel exercise session, it’s a sign that you’re not doing them correctly. Aiwa s remember that, even as you contract your pelvic floor muscles, the muscles in your abdomen, back, buttocks, and sides should remain loose.
Finally, don’t overdo your Kegel exercises. If you work the muscles too hard, they’ll become tired and unable to fulfill their necessa functions.
Don’t be afraid to give Kegel exercises a try.
Exercise for overall Fitness
If it is okay with your doctor, you should aim to get at least thirty minutes of exercise, three or four times a week.
Look at your schedule; when do you have the most energy during the day? Is it first thing in the morning, lunchtime or in the evening? This is when you should schedule your workout. Personally, I love to wake up long before the sun comes up, when most of the world is still asleep to get in my sweat at home. You just need to find what works for you.
Then decide what form of exercise you would enjoy the most. This is very important. Man people sign up for gym memberships at the beginning of the year as they make resolutions to get fit and only go for the first week or two. If the gym is not for you then, there are many other options available.
home exercise equipment
body weight exercises
aqua fitness classes
Find a form of exercise that you will enjoy, something that you can stick to. You will see and feel the benefits of exercise in improved well-being and improved health your vagina as well.
It is a no-brainer that drinking water is necessary for life. Additionally, water helps all functions of your body run more smoothly, especially where muscles and bodily fluids are concerned. Most importantly, in this case, is vital for good vaginal health
Mucous membranes (found in places such as your eyes, mouth, and vagina) rely on a well—hydrated body to function properly. Drinking the correct amount of water, at least six to eight 8-ounce glasses a day, not only aids in natural lubrication but could also create a milder vaginal scent and taste.
This is why being properly hydrated is good for your whole body.
You are what you eat and if you eat junk food it will be actively reflected in your health. Your body is one organism with all of it connected. Your circulatory system flows the same blood throughout you entire body so you deliver nutrients and oxygen to every organ, tissue and
cell. Your vagina will reflect your health as well.
Women with diabetes or Polycystic Ovaries, for example are much more likely to experience yeast infections as the Candida Albicans yeast, which causes the infection, feeds off of glucose. Excessive sugar in the diet can contribute to itchy, malodorous yeast infections. If you find yourself getting these infections regularly, try going sugar free for an entire menstrual cycle avoiding all forms of added sweeteners, natural or artificial. Even very ripe and sweet fruit should be avoided during the period to keep sugar at a minimum. You can consume tart fruit or berries. Journal any differences you notice in your vaginal health as well as your general health.
Certain foods will directly affect the odor of your vagina. Strongly flavored foods tend to ‘perfume’ our urine and this in turn lingers down there. Coffee, garlic, smoked meats (especially smoked herring), curry, fenugreek.. .these are just a few examples. This is not to say that you can’t enjoy these foods, just don’t be too worried if you catch a whiff of coffee down there at times. If however, these odors in your undies bother you then it would be as simple as cutting down or even stopping the offending food choice once you are aware of the cause.
Some women opt to drink lots of pineapple or other sweet fruit juice with gay abandon to ‘sweeten’ up their vagina for a special occasion or just in general. I personally don’t think this is a good idea as you are flooding your system with sugar which as explained above can interfere
with the good/bad flora balance in the vagina and lead to infections later on. I do believe that if you practice good hygiene, nutrition, drink lots of water and exercise that you will have a clean and healthy vagina.
The Power of Vegetables
I believe in vegetables. Whether you are a vegan, vegetarian or full on omnivore, vegetables are your best friend in life!
There are so many benefits to including lots of fresh colorful vegetables in your diet. Improved health, fibre, nutrient dense, low in calories, full of vibrant life-giving water from the earth (especially if juiced or eaten fresh) and they can be very cleansing to the body. An abundance
of vegetables in your diet over processed foods will promote a healthy vaginal environment and better health to your body in general.
Clean up your diet as much as possible. You instinctively know what is bad for you already, I’m sure. If not, start to read labels on your purchased foods and if it contains chemicals or additives you can’t pronounce or are unsure of, then don’t put it in your body. Monosodium
Glutamate? Potassium Hexametaphosphate? Um?
Preferably eat whole foods with ingredients that you recognize.
Yogurt and Probiotics
Unsweetened (emphasis on Unsweetened) yogurt is also good for vaginal health in that it contains healthy probiotics such as Lactobacillus acidophilus which proliferate in the gut and help promote a healthy balance of good vs. bad bacteria. Some recommend inserting
yogurt inside the vagina but I wouldn’t recommend this unless you check with your doctor first.
Probiotic supplements are also a good option to restore balance to the gut and bacteria in the system and are in greater concentrations and variety of live probiotic cultures than yogurt if you have a milk allergy or do not like the unsweetened variety. Ensure too that this is sanctioned by your healthcare professional.
Pure cranberry has many benefits to the overall health of your body. Additionally, cranberry juice is great for improving your vaginal health. Cranberry juice is well known for its beneficial effect on the bladder. It both prevents and relives the symptoms of urinary tract infections (UTI). Cranberries acidify the urine and balance the pH of the vaginal area. They contain acidic compounds that don’t get broken down when they travel though the digestive system, so they can fight the bacteria that cause urinary infections.
When buying cranberry juice for purposes of healing, most store-bought cranberry juices unfortunately contain way too much sugar to serve in this healing process. Your best bet is to either look for pure, unsweetened cranberryjuice or eat fresh cranberries. But go for a natural, no-
sugar-added brand to get the benefits.
Many people have trouble with eating unsweetened cranberries because of the tart taste. If this is the case, try mixing them in your yogurt or sweeten them with stevia which will not disturb your vaginal pH.
In addition to drinking more cranberry juice, cut back on alcohol and caffeine, which irritate the bladder.
Seeds and Nuts
Adding nuts to your daily nutrition is one of the ways to improve your wellness and overall health. There are several great benefits that seeds and nuts provide for your vagina.
Vitamin E prevents vaginal dryness and can be found in sunflower seeds, almonds, walnuts and hazelnuts, as well as in the oils derived from these nuts. Almonds and pumpkin seeds are also rich in zinc. Zinc is known to regulate the menstrual cycle and helps combat itching and
other symptoms of dryness.
Flaxseed is another super-food that is good to include in your diet on a regular basis. Rich in phytoestrogens and omega-3 fatty acids, it helps to boost estrogen levels and stops vaginal dryiess.
In order to enjoy all that ground flaxseed has to offer for your body, it is vital to consume it. You can try using flaxseed meal in your baked breads, muffins, etc. or sprinkle it in a smoothie or on a salad.
In terms of sanitary care during menstruation, we have come a long way.
Cloth pads, disposable pads, tampons, insertable cups, now we have many options. Whichever method you choose, always abide by the rule when it comes to changing them on time to avoid infections or in the case of tampons, toxic shock syndrome. Each of the above-mentioned sanitary methods has its pros and cons, whether it being more natural, convenient, comfortable, hygienic etc. but weigh them to determine which is best for you and your lifestyle. If you do wear tampons though, I would recommend taking a break from them for a few hours at a time, wearing a pad to give your body a chance to release the flow from your body uninhibited and naturally.
If you find that you harbor menstrual odor whenever you have your period, feel free to take wipes with you and tidy up as necessary to maintain a clean environment down there.
Be especially meticulous about cleansing yourself properly during your menstrual cycle. Again there is no need to wash out the inside as your flow will naturally cease on its own removing all traces of the shedding lining.
This is a topic that can be well beyond the scope of this book, but there are some points worth mentioning here.
You need to be responsible with your sexual health. There are a lot of sexually transmitted diseases out there, some fatal. Diseases such as HPV or the Human Papilloma Virus can be spread even with the use of condoms and can cause genital warts and cervical cancer. So please take care of yourself no matter what. Don’t ever let a moment of pleasure cause you a lifetime of pain. Do your research and be aware of what is out there.
Having said that, if you are in a committed monogamous relationship and you and your partner have been tested then practice good hygiene during intimacy as well.
Anything inserted into your vagina, whether attached to a human or not needs to be clean. Sweaty, dirty or smelly balls are never sexy and do not belong in your vagina. Any man who keeps himself dirty should not be inserting himself in you. Trust me, you don’t want anyone else’s bacteria inside of you. If you really care about a man and want to be with him, then you need to talk to him about his hygiene or find creative ways to get him to shower or clean himself before you get intimate. Probably you can suggest a little foreplay in the shower to start with. If he doesn’t pick up on your hints you will have to say something eventually. Sorry!
Your post sex hygiene is important too so make sure to clean accordingly.
There is no shame in this as it is a concern when it comes to sexual intimacy with a partner. Again, there is no need to flood your system with fruity juices. This will not only fill you up with too much sugar but you cannot maintain it by drinking gallons of juice every day. Instead, practice proper hygiene, nutrition, work on balancing the flora in your digestive system and your natural taste should right itself into something mild and neutral. If after making positive changes to your lifestyle you still have a concern about the taste and or smell of your vagina, then you need to speak to your doctor or gynecologist.
Just as you have a natural body smell, the same applies to your vagina. Pheromones aside, your natural smell is not supposed to be offensive to you or anyone else. A bad odor may indicate an infection and should be checked by a doctor as soon as possible.
If you have a concern about the smell and you do not suspect an infection, take a look at your diet. Are you eating highly processed foods? Does the odor smell like any one food, like coffee or garlic? Try eliminating foods from your diet for a time to observe if there are any differences. Make a note of what you observe. Add more fresh fruits and vegetables to your meals. Also, observe any meats that you eat as these too can create an acidic state in the body and create imbalances in bacteria causing odor.
Note if you clean up your diet or do any detoxing regimen like juicing vegetables, you may experience the as necessary. These would help to whisk away sweat and odor getting worse before it gets better as your body rids secretions and keep you drier. itself of toxins. Just be patient in this case.
Also remember to wash the folds of the labia and the skin on the mons pubis especially under pubic hair and under the clitoral hood to remove sweat and bacteria.
There is a concern with the cleanliness and hygiene associated with wearing thongs, for obvious reasons. However, I believe that practicing good cleaning up after using the toilet and can enable you to wear these without much worry.
Ideally underwear should be of a fabric that allows air to circulate to your vagina and keep you dry and cool. This does not apply to every woman though as some women have thighs that rub together and this does not allow the vagina to breathe. If you find that you are having problems with sweat or wetness down there during the day then I advise wearing panty shields and changing them as often
Please stay away from scented or dyed shields. You do do not have to wear them every day. As a matter of fact, when you are at home, if possible, try to go commando to allow your vagina to breathe and be in her natural state, especially at night.
Eating a balanced and healthy diet, with some strategic vagina-friendly food additions, can go a long way in keeping everything in peak condition. Your bladder and vaginal health is also reliant on proper hygiene, breathable undergarments, and always practicing safer sex. Your body is the most precious possession you will ever own, and so you should love and care for all of it, vagina included. You definitely won’t regret it, and your partner sure won’t either!
So there you have it, your guide to a better happy and healthy vagina. Your vagina is the portal to all things magical in your life. Once you own and accept yourself, you can do and be anything you choose. The more you know, the more you’re empowered to live life out loud, love fully, and really rock this life.
Women who have a loose vagina tend to suffer from low self-confidence in bed and do not like sex as much as they would if they had a tight vagina In the following article we will explore vaginal tightening creams and how they help tighten your vagina and improve the quality of your sex-life and relationship.
Although many people may not admit it, one thing that has an influence on the quality of a relationship is the quality of sex. This is because when the person does not have satisfying sex, they are more likely to stray and this always has a negative effect on the relationship. In addition, the lack of sexual satisfaction usually leads to a lot of frustration, both for the man and the woman, regardless of who may be to blame. The end result of all this is that although both couples may love each other, lack of quality sex can lead to the destruction of another good relationship. All this means is that when two people are in a relationship, they should strive to make their sex life exciting and unpredictable. The experience of sex should be enjoyed by both parties. Normally after having had a relationship for a while and had several children, the quality of sex may decrease due to the relative increase in the size of the woman’s vagina. The loose vagina is usually triggered by events such as childbirth and can also be caused by aging.
What Can Be Done To Make The Vagina Tighter?
In recent years, women have had the help of vaginoplasty or vaginal tightening with surgery. Firstly it is very effective and it only lasts until you give birth again and not everyone can afford them since it does not cost less than $ 5000 and there is always a risk of complications when you go under the knife. So there is a need to find other more affordable ways to achieve vaginal tightening which has great benefits for women such as improving vaginal appearance in its entirety as well as improving protection against sexually transmitted diseases. You may be wondering if you will need to opt for complex vaginal reconstruction surgery to ease vaginal tightening – girls, this is far from the truth! Fortunately, there is a way that one can successfully reverse these symptoms: Through the use of vaginal tightening creams.
Is There An Alternative To Surgery?
Asian women are known to have a much tighter vagina which is linked to having a higher fertility rate compared to Western women. Women in Asia have been using natural herbs for thousands of years to keep their sex life at the ideal level. They have used the herbs to make their vagina tight and with the world becoming smaller every day the western people have also come to know the properties and benefits of using herbal medicines.
Truths and Myths About Creams That Claim To Tighten Your Vagina
Vaginal narrowing is the pressure exerted by the pelvic muscles to achieve or maintain the optimal level of elasticity of the pelvic floor muscles. These muscles should be able to maintain continence and relax, allowing urination, performing bowel movements, intercourse and normal childbirth. They also provide support nand protect the organs of the abdomen, in addition to keeping the bladder in its proper place.
Pelvic muscles may be stretched or weakened due to aging and, more specifically, pregnancy. This usually happens after a difficult delivery, which overloads or breaks the pelvic muscles. The same problem may also arise from an excess of normal deliveries performed within a very short interval. Like any other muscle, the pelvic muscles also need exercises to function efficiently. Likewise, a hormonal change related to menopause may weaken them. Lastly, damage caused by long-term stretching, chronic constipation, or excessive weight can also weaken them.
Vaginal tightening can be stimulated in different ways – all stimuli are, to some extent, effective and can be complementary. The question asked by many women is: “Do so-called virginity creams really work?”
There is no easy way to answer this question, since the answer can be affirmative or negative. Many women have a large vagina, especially after they go through childbirth. In addition, some women have a loose vagina even without any related problem. Many mothers reveal that having a child is the best thing that ever happened in their lives – in fact, they would not trade it for nothing. Despite this, the wide widening of the vagina after the baby’s birth can develop physical and emotional problems in some mothers.
Many women notice the change in their vagina after delivery or as they get older. Whether it is enlargement, loss of sensation or irregularity regarding the shape, most women always feel some difference associated with the vagina.
For most people, a loose vagina leads to decreased libido and unsatisfactory sexual intercourse for the partner. The problem causes the woman to face an emotional turbulence. In her head, the fear arises that if the partner is dissatisfied in bed, he tends to seek sexual satisfaction elsewhere.
But before you plunge into a deep sea of concern, you should consider some solutions, such as “virginity” creams.
Many people prefer to use virginity creams because they are less invasive than other solutions available in the market. However, despite the comments and testimonials issued by the users, there is no guarantee as to the actual effectiveness of these products. Remember: the vaginas have unique shapes and therefore it is difficult to determine whether a particular cream really works or not. On the other hand, there is the option of using these creams for a trial period. If they do not narrow the vagina, you can try out any of the other methods described below.
If you are a little afraid of going through surgeries or do not have time to practice Kegel exercises, the cream (or gel) to tighten the vagina is a good alternative.
Most products contain natural ingredients, which makes it safe to use. With regard to the benefits provided, we can cite the following:
Narrowing of the vagina – which may vary according to the particularities of each woman’s vaginas.
Increased libido, as creams increase sensitivity in the vaginal walls and muscles, making them stiffer.
Incredible orgasms due to the compression of the muscles.
Rapid arousal during sex.
Acceleration of lubrication, which reduces the side effects caused by dry vaginal walls such as cuts or wounds.
In some cases, creams and gels can provide permanent vaginal narrowing – but that depends on the period of use.
In addition to these benefits, the presence of natural ingredients ensures the absence of adverse feedings. Even so, before using any of these creams you should consult a medical specialist, since you may be allergic to any of the components of the formula.
Most women who have had positive results related to the use of these creams or gels report a rapid transformation in their sex lives. Better yet, most become more excited and with a deep desire to satisfy their partners in bed.
In addition, some women also reported that the products helped reduce other vaginal problems such as infections, disorders or dryness – which are slightly uncomfortable during intercourse. Many people who are looking for vaginal tightening creams want to find a truly definitive solution. If this is the case, use the product often for best results.
A virginity cream contains only natural ingredients, including the Manjakani extract, oak branches, Asian oak, and witch hazel.
It has been clinically proven that all these elements treat vaginal enlargement and restore the elasticity of the vaginal walls, as well as being used for centuries in Western countries to achieve these specific ends.
The ” dridhranga “, ” sphatika ” or “argilla with vitriol” is a strong astringent that narrows the vaginal walls .It is used to coagulate blood, as well as possessing soothing properties.As well as antibacterial properties, it also helps prevent vaginal infections.It is one of the best ingredients that can make a product intended to narrow the vagina.
When it comes to improving the sex life, people are willing to dive headlong into the endless possibilities of sex. To help women feel like virgins again, these creams promise to tighten their inner parts through a mineral compound.
This ingredient intumesce the cells of the skin, which ends up compressing the vaginal walls and making them more tight.But does it really work?
According to the product’s website, this vaginal narrowing cream will make you feel more ‘virgin’, young and sexy than ever, increasing the pleasure provided to the partner. It is the potassium alum (a natural glycerin-based compound) that supposedly tightens the vaginal walls.Its antibacterial properties also help prevent vaginal infections.
The concept behind vaginal narrowing derives from the convention that some vaginas are “extremely tight” or “enlarged.”. According to the website Psychology Today, the truth about this myth is that the muscle tissue that tightly wraps around the vagina folds is very elastic and stays all the time like a closed accordion – except when the woman is aroused or in labor. These muscles relax during sex and then return to normal, regardless of the amount of sexual intercourse.
However, see a recent review by user Emilia Lanier: “I used a ‘virginity’ cream, but it did not make me feel 18 years old again. My hair remains as gray as before. What misleading advertisement! ”
These products are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), but this is not a legal requirement for them to be marketed.
Warning: Girls, try it out at your own risk.
I hope this post will help many readers understand the myths and truths about so-called virginity and vaginal tightening creams.
Natural Gels and Creams That Promise to Tighten the Vagina and Make You Feel the Virgin Again
Vaginal tightening creams are non-prescription medications that act to effect various changes in the anatomy of the vagina in order to make it tighter and more lubricated. These creams perform the following actions:
They tighten your vagina, making it more enjoyable for you and your partner to have sex. The tight vagina is also likely to make you reach orgasm more easily.
They increase vaginal secretions. This lubricating action ensures that sex is good, and that any pain due to excessive friction is eliminated. The increase in secretions gets rid of vaginal dryness.
They restore the elasticity of the vagina.
They increase sexual responses. After using these creams, you will be able to have increased sensation, so that you enjoy sex more.
Someone has actually invented and is selling vaginal narrowing creams and gels so that you can then “feel virgin and desired again”.
The virginity cream called “18 Again cream” costs around $63 and, according to the manufacturers, makes you feel “younger” and “sexier” again.
Judging by the name of the product, it is possible to imagine that the sex will last 2.5 seconds, leaving the woman sore and stunned.
Anyway, at least now you know that the secret to becoming “wanted” again is not to talk about the problem with your partner – the secret comes down to a potassium alum compound .
Of course, especially after childbirth, we all know that the vagina undergoes some transformations.
A Gel version ( Hott Products’ Liquid Virgin ) claims to be perfect for “pregnant women who gave birth.” The jargon says, “Feel yourself a virgin again with this incredible lubricant of vaginal narrowing.” Why not? A 30 ml tube costs only about $15
The cream is also suitable for women who have “not-so-well-endowed” partners. Ahhh, so it’s her fault that the man had a cock so small that she did not feel anything.
Be that as it may, you’ll be thrilled to learn that there are many other creams like this, including “Crazy Girl Wanna Be Tight Shrink Cream” Crazy GirlTo Get Tight – the “secret of divas to feel the same pleasure as the first time! “-, and the VContinue VirginGel!
Potassium alum (active ingredient in Mad Girl cream … ) is believed to stimulate “increased blood flow to the applied area, swelling the tissue, which fills the region and thus causes the sensation of narrowing.”
The aforementioned element, often found in deodorants, apparently causes a swelling in the skin cells, causing the vaginal walls to become narrower and thus obstruct the passage of the penis.
Where to buy
It is possible to buy any of the creams and gels mentioned above on Ebay or Amazon.
Benefits of Using Vaginal Tightening Creams
Creams to tighten the vagina offer a number of benefits as a result of their effects. These include:
By tightening and moistening your vagina, they improve your appearance. The creams jelps promote your self-esteem because you will no longer have to feel ashamed of having a loose vagina.
The tightening and lubricating benefits of these creams makes sex more enjoyable for you and your partner. This also has the advantage of making your relationship more solid, as it is proven that sex is an important factor that determines the stability of a relationship.
You will also enjoy the benefits of being protected from infections of the genital tract due to improving the health of your vagina.
The net effect of all these benefits is that you will end up happier and more confident in yourself. Your sex life will improve, as will the quality of your relationship as well as your self esteem. Take care!
Learn What Really Happens To Your Vagina After Childbirth
Wondering how your vagina will ever recover from childbirth ?
Find out exactly what you can expect after your baby is born, including whether your vagina will regain its original size before birth (and whether you or your partner will notice differences).
While eagerly awaiting the birth of your baby and watching your belly grow, it is normal for you to begin to imagine how the birth of this multi-pound baby will affect your vagina after childbirth.
Will your vagina really be able to stretch enough to accommodate your baby’s head?
Will your perineum (tissue between the vaginal introitus – also known as the vaginal opening – and the anus ) stretch (or widen ) or tear through it?
Or will your doctor think it necessary to have an episiotomy (an incision in the perineum to allow the baby to go out – do not worry, nowadays it is very rare to do it)?
And how long will it take for the vagina to heal and tighten again after delivery?
Just as all births and labor are different, so are all women.
But knowing what to expect and how to help things happen will reassure you and … extend the possibilities.
How is the vagina made to support the baby’s birth?
Although difficult to imagine, the baby can actually traverse the birth canal and leave the vaginal opening.
Your body is made to make it happen!
In fact, it will prepare itself for this moment from the beginning of the pregnancy , releasing the following gestational hormones:
Estrogens: Increase blood flow to the vagina’s folds so that this elastic connective tissue is more capable of expanding and stretching during delivery while you push.
Relaxin helps your body relax and relax the ligaments and joints of your pelvis so it can expand and create space for your baby to make her grand entrance.
Dilation of the vagina during birth
The vaginal dilation you experience depends on many variables, including:
Your baby’s size
Whether or not you did exercises to the pelvic floor during pregnancy to tone these muscles before delivery
The circumstances of the birth (how long you have been struggling and whether tweezers or vacuum have been used, designating the most common factors)
How many births have you had before (suggests how toned or pre-stretched your vaginal opening is – each successive birth will probably widen your vagina a bit more).
If you have a vaginal delivery and the perineum does not tear:
You can expect to feel sore and uncomfortable immediately after giving birth.
Even though her perineum remained intact during the baby’s arrival, the area was still stretched and bruised.
Most women tend to experience mild or moderate vaginal discomfort for about three to five weeks.
The pain may be worse when you cough or sneeze, and you may also feel pain when you sit for a few days – but hopefully it will dissipate with each passing day.
If the perineum tears during delivery or if you have an episiotomy:
You will feel sore and experience a certain burning sensation due to laceration (which usually requires stitches).
The wound will take about seven to ten days to heal and may become tender for several weeks.
So try to relax if you can. If the stitches heal easily, you should expect the pain to disappear within six weeks.
If you perform a surgical or cesarean delivery:
If you do not force yourself beforehand, you should not expect any enlargement of the vagina after birth.
If, however, you tighten up before the C-section, the baby will put a lot of pressure on your perineum, cervix , and entire vaginal area (your doctor will stretch and massage the perineum to help open the way).
This way, your vagina may very well become tense as you push – especially if you were able to get the baby close to reaching the coronation stage (fetal expulsion stage) – and you may experience vaginal enlargement and discomfort after delivery.
But if the baby’s head never goes through the vaginal opening, any enlargement should be minimal.
No matter how your birth has gone, your doctor will probably tell you to avoid sex until about six weeks after giving birth – although they may give you a green light sooner or later than that.
You should also avoid inserting tampons (or any other foreign objects) until you go to the six weeks postpartum visit with your doctor. It will then be determined if you are completely healed.
Doing this before the healing of the vaginal area can cause an infection.
Will the vagina remain as tight as before?
The million dollars question that all women want to see answered: “Will my vagina be the same after childbirth, or will it be wide and loose?“.
Although this is not quite what you want to hear, the honest answer is: it will not look exactly as it did before.
But it could be very close to the previous size!
One of the biggest facts about the vagina is that it has not only elasticity to expand, but also the ability to retreat.
Although the obstetrician or midwife may tell you that you have had a vaginal delivery, by performing a physical examination (they are trained to detect these things, after all!), you may not feel (or see) any difference .
Depending on how much has been stretched, the vaginal opening may return to a size very close to its original structure, giving you enough time to perform some exercises for the pelvic floor and minimize the looseness that originated.
Will your partner notice?
Unless you experience considerable birth trauma (such as a third or fourth degree laceration of the external vagina), your partner should not notice much difference.
In fact, some couples consider that having a child makes them feel closer, which ultimately makes them appreciate sex more.
What can I do to keep the vagina tight after birth?
The best way to make your vagina recover from birth is to begin performing exercises for the pelvic floor (Kegel exercises) during pregnancy.
The goal is to keep the muscles in that area as toned and tense as possible.
This can help you avoid laceration during labor – and it will certainly make those muscles recover more easily after birth.
Performing a perineal massage in the month prior to the expected date of birth also helps.
After giving birth to your baby, start doing your Kegel exercises again as soon as you feel comfortably able – it is the best way for your vagina to recover as close to its prenatal shape and size as possible.
Kegel exercises strengthen pelvic floor muscles, help resolve postpartum urinary incontinence (a problem that affects 1 in 3 women in the postpartum period) and make sex more enjoyable (after your doctor says that you can have that kind of intimacy, obviously!).
For the best possible results, practice Kegel exercises about five minutes a day, three times a day, during pregnancy and after delivery.
If this sounds too uncomfortable, simply do the Kegels whenever you have an opportunity – while sitting while breastfeeding your baby or while checking the email, for example.
There may be several reasons for a woman’s vagina to be wide, flaccid and loose. While some women acquire this vaginal flaccidity as a birth trait (hereditary), others tend to develop it after delivery.
All of these factors affect the vagina, and often have the unfortunate side effect of loosening the area of your natural tension.
Whatever the case may be, a loose, flaccid vagina can potentially lead to a lack of interest in sex and may eventually ruin the intimacy and relationship between the couple.
The vaginal skin is soft and elastic to a certain extent, but like a rubber band, eventually it loses its elasticity, after a certain amount of pressure.
Why Does the Vagina Become Loose?
The woman’s vagina is loose or flaccid when both the vaginal walls are not tight enough or when the opening or vaginal canal gets too large.
Following are some of the most common reasons why women develop this feature.
After Childbirth (Vaginal birth)
Motherhood is the essence of a woman’s life, and the woman is said to be complete only after giving birth.
However, the pleasures associated with motherhood have a cost.
One of the greatest prices a woman has to pay for this wonderful moment is the fact that she loses the “tight vagina”, strength and elasticity of the vagina, since the baby is born and often the vagina rips (some more, some less) , widening the entire perineum, region between the vagina and the anus.
During labor, the vaginal and cervical muscles contract and expand repeatedly.
This action along with the arrival of the baby through the vaginal opening results in the decrease of the vaginal muscles.
Masturbation and frequent sexual activity
The vagina contracts and expands whenever you have sex or only when you masturbate.
These contractions and repeated expansions will cause the vaginal walls to tend to become loose and lose their elasticity.
Also, when too much force is applied during penetration it can damage the opening and the entire vaginal canal, causing the vagina to lose its grip and elasticity.
How To Find Out If You Have Wide Flaccid Vagina
While most women are able to feel and “admit” that their vagina has gotten longer with time, some of us may not be well aware of the problem.
Here are some simple tips that will help you find out if your vagina is wide.
Inserting more than two fingers into the vagina without any resistance or pain may mean that the vagina is wide.
Then again, if you are able to insert your index finger into the vagina and do not contract the vaginal walls (try wrapping the vaginal walls around the index finger) then you certainly have a wide vagina.
If your partner starts complaining, or you are no longer able to feel the movements as before, the chances of having a wide vaginal canal is increased.
A loose vagina not only reduces your sexual sensitivity, but also does not allow your partner to achieve an adequate orgasm.
If you masturbate frequently and need to insert larger objects to achieve the desired sexual stimulation and satisfaction, the chances of having the wide vagina are too great.
How To Tighten Your Vaginal Muscles
Despite the existence of some surgical procedures to tighten the vaginal canal, we always recommend, initially, the practice of some methods (exercises) as well as the use of some home remedies and solutions.
There is no need to visit the doctor or gynecologist for any type of surgical treatments to tighten your vagina.
You can simply follow some simple home remedies or exercises that can effectively tighten your vaginal muscles and reduce the size of the vaginal opening.
One of the most popular solutions to tighten your vagina is to choose to perform Kegel exercises regularly.
Frequently recommended for postnatal women, Kegel exercises involve the contraction of the groin muscles, rather the Pubiococcygeus muscle, located in the pelvic floor area, in order to tone and strengthen the muscles that tighten the vagina.
Contract and relax the groin muscles (try to locate the Pubiococcygeus muscle) at least 10 times, rest, and repeat the exercise again.
Try to perform your exercise at least 10 times (10 sets of 10 contractions, with a few seconds rest between them), every day.
Alternatively, you can try to contract the Pubiococcygeus muscle while urinating, and hold the urine for 5 seconds before continuing. Repeat the procedure every time you need to urinate. This will help to tighten your pelvic floor muscles.
Another commonly used training method for tightening the vaginal muscles is the use of a vaginal cone that looks like a tampon (internal absorbent), but has weights attached to it.
You need to insert the vaginal cone (with the weights hanging off the end) into the vagina and try to hold it with the help of the vaginal muscles for a few minutes before releasing it.
Just repeat the procedure at least 5 times a day and add more weight as you progress (gaining strength in the vagina muscles).
This simple exercise only requires you to lie on your back on the floor and lift your legs up one after the other, as shown in the picture below. Do not bend your legs, instead hold them straight. Lift and lower legs alternately.
A slight variation for this exercise involves lifting the legs sideways. Stand sideways (as shown in the picture above). Keep your legs straight again and lift.
Repeat the movement for one minute, and change sides. Continue the exercise for about 10 minutes and try to do it at least 5 times a day for better results faster.
Indiana Gooseberry (Alma)
Here is aa very simple home remedy to help tighten the vaginal muscles.
Currant, especially Indian gooseberry (amla), is known to be one of the best natural solutions for narrowing the vaginal canal.
The benefits of Indian gooseberry also include very rich properties that help to improve skin, hair and our overall health.
Put 10 to 12 Indian currants in a saucepan and boil well in pure water.
The fruit extract should be mixed with water and form an opaque blend. Place the mixture in a bottle and store in a cool, dry place.
Apply the mixture throughout the vaginal area before taking a shower.
Performing this every day procedure will increase the elasticity of the vaginal muscle and strengthen the entire area in a few weeks, or months depending on the degree of the problem.
Natural treatments to tighten the walls of the vagina also include the use of aloe vera. The gel extracted from the aloe vera plant can be very helpful in making the vaginal muscles tighter.
Take a large sheet of aloe and remove the gel from it (as shown in the photo above). All you need to do is apply about 2 tablespoons of this fresh gel to the outer and inner parts of the vagina, every day.
Massage the skin from the flaccid area with the gel or simply run your fingers over gently.
The regenerative properties of the plant can end the vaginal wall prolapse and strengthen the muscles present in the region effectively.
Curcuma comosa Roxb.
Curcuma Comosa Roxb. is a plant of the ginger family, and has amazing effects on our vagina.
The regular use of Curcuma comosa Roxb. can prevent prolapse of the vaginal wall, while reducing many other vaginal and other issues. Now let’s get to know the plant better.
This medicinal plant is used for its anti-inflammatory properties, in the treatment of postpartum uterine bleeding and inflamed uterus .
Research suggests that Curcuma comosa extract has a strong anti-inflammatory activity and has great potential to be developed for use as a therapeutic compound for several neurological diseases associated with inflammation.
Traditional uses of Thailadeses include the rhizome of Curcuma comosa Roxb in relieving postpartum uterine pain, and reducing inflammation of the uterus after delivery.
Several studies have been conducted on the effects of Curcuma comosa Roxb, showing that the plant can reduce blood cholesterol, increase the thickness of the epithelial cells lining the vagina, and decrease uterine contraction.
The plant is also used to treat prolapse of the vaginal wall, tighten the vaginal muscles, and relieve premenstrual syndrome and menstrual cramps.
The plant is used to centuries in Thailand as a remedy for many other gynecological problems, including vaginal dryness, hot flashes, excessive white and yellow vaginal discharge, vaginal odor , and absent, excessive or irregular menstrual cycles.
The plant appears to increase the effect of ovarian and testicular hormones, and may have an estrogenic effect. Miraculous plant much appreciated and used in luxury Thai Spas to give a lifting effect to flabby muscles, promote blood circulation, and provide shine and good health to our skin.
How to tighten the vagina fast, using Curcuma Comosa Roxb? You just need to extract the juice from the root and apply it generously in your genital area. The results can be achieved quite quickly, sometimes in just under a month.
Note: It is important not to confuse the plant with others, nor to go in the talk of vendors who say the plants are the same.
You must have noticed that I have often mentioned the scientific name of the plant ” Curcuma Comosa Roxb “. This is because there are many other species almost identical.
There is ginger, then there is Curcuma, also known as saffron or saffron. Both are basically identical, “but they are not the plant we refer to here.”
Just go to the specialty stores: Here is the information you need. Name of plant: Curcuma Comosa Roxb. Family: Zingiberaceae
Although the scientific name Pueraria Mirifica (Pueraria candollei var. Mirifica) is very popular for its natural enhancement properties, it has also shown very positive results in treating this drama for some women.
Pueraria Mirifica’s tuberous root extract is rich in phytoestrogens, non-steroidal chemical compounds found in plants, and helps stimulate the process of regeneration of tissues in the pelvic region as well as the genital regions.
In this way, applying the plant extract to these areas can make the walls of the vagina become firmer.
Manjakani (oak galls of the species Quercus infectoria)
The oak galls, oak apples (manjakani), of the species Quercus Infectoria, grow in Anatolia (Asia Minor): Iraq, Kurdistan and Turkey; as well as in Cyprus and Greece, and were introduced into Europe in 1822.
It is a fruit greatly appreciated for its ability to tighten the vaginal canal. It contains tannins, phytoestrogens and large astringent properties, which work cumulatively on the muscles of the vaginal wall, making them more elastic.
Oak extract (Quercus Infectoria) is applied directly to the vaginal region for this purpose. For best results, use daily before showering.
Other benefits of this extract:
prevents the development of dry, oily skin as well as acne
strengthens teeth and bones
regulates the menstrual cycle
reduces vaginal discharge
eliminates vaginal infections
decrease pain associated with menstrual cramps and back pain
gallic acid in the plant prevents diabetes and asthma
helps in the prevention of breast cancer and cervical cancer
Galls are extensively used in Malaysia in combination with other herbs, for the same purpose (as a home remedy for postpartum women, helping to restore the elasticity of the uterine wall, and in many other vaginal products).
Manjakani extract was also claimed by Kelantan Malaysians as being highly beneficial to postpartum women.
So far no dangerous or minor effects have been reported after application of the plant. In addition, the Arabs, Persians, Indians, Malaysians and Chinese traditionally use it after childbirth to treat vaginal discharge and some infections triggered at this stage.
The galls of the Quercus infectoria have properties: astringent , anti-diabetic , anti tremorine , local anesthetic , antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal , larvicidal, anti-inflammatory, anti amoebic, and are used to treat skin infections as well as gastrointestinal disorders.
Hamamelis L. ( Hamamelia)
The bark of the shrub Hamamelis L. is considered another home remedy quite effective for a loose vagina. Firstly, the dried bark must be milled and powdered.
It is then mixed with water to prepare the herbal solution. You will need to wash the genitals with this mixture at least once every week.
Being a wonderful astringent, witch hazel L. can help tighten the vagina quite efficiently.
Actaia, Streptococcus (Actaea racemosa)
Actaea, also known as St. Christopher’s herb, scientific name Actaea racemosa, is another extraordinary plant that can be used to tone the vagina to a certain extent.
It has high levels of phytoestrogens, which play a key role in making the vaginal muscles firmer.
Make a water extract of the plant and apply the solution throughout the intimate area daily. Primcipally recommended primarily for women over 40 years.
Carrying out a diet rich in estrogen-rich foods is another great way to increase vaginal firmness.
Give preference to foods like sesame seeds, pomegranates, soybeans, dried fruits, flaxseed, chickpeas and (all these foods help increase the natural hormones that will strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.
These foods are also part of a healthy and balanced diet, which will contribute to your overall health.
Vaginal Tightening Creams
Over-the-counter creams can be a great bet when traditional solutions such as those mentioned above are not good enough.
The combination of the two can deliver truly transformative results.
What these creams contain in their composition: These creams normally contain Manjakani Extract, a powerful astringent, Pueraria extract, aloe vera, witch hazel extract, among other extracts of astringent plants.
How They Work: Manjakani Extract is an ingredient used in medicine, 100% natural, with properties that encourage tightening of the skin and reduction of sagging.When applied to the vagina it improves blood flow, causing the vagina to “swell,” which results in a tighter vagina sensation.
The creams work: The reviews are surprisingly positive (read my V-Tight Gel review).More than 80% of the women who tried these creams were surprised by the results, although many women also claim that the effect of the extract lasts only a few hours after the application.
Side Effects: A small percentage of women who have already used these creams informs that they have caused them infections and vaginal irritation.
Conclusion: It may be worth trying if you want to tighten the vagina even temporarily to increase sexual sensation and satisfaction.
When performing these home remedies and herbal remedies to tighten the vagina, you should always keep in mind that we can not guarantee you “effectively” good results for your case.For as we all know, no remedy works equally for everyone.
If this is your situation, the only solution will be to contact a professional in the area (gynecologist), or test other proven methods, such as Kegel exercises (working the pelvic floor muscles), test products to tighten the vagina (creams, gel, etc.), or surgical techniques such as labioplasty (vaginoplasty), and so on.
Note: The idea that vinegar was a miracle remedy to tighten the vagina has now become widespread on the Internet.The simple answer is, it is not true.Do not believe everything you read or see on the Internet!
I hope the article on has somehow been helpful to you and has helped answer the question on how to make your vag tighter. And never forget.You are not alone in this battle! You can finally answer the question of ‘how to make your pussy tight’ and ‘how can you tighten your vagina lips’.
“Vaginitis” is a medical term used to describe various conditions that cause infection or inflammation of the vagina. These conditions can result from an infection caused by organisms, such as bacteria, yeast, or viruses, as well as by irritations from chemicals in creams sprays, or
even clothing that is in contact with this area. In some cases, vaginitis results from organisms that passed between sexual partners. Some infections are associated with more serious diseases. The five vaginal infections listed below are most common:
Candida or “yeast” infections.
Although each of these vaginal infections can have different symptoms, it is not always easy for a woman to figure out which type she has. In fact, diagnosis can even be tricky for an experienced doctor. Part of the problem is that sometimes more than one type of infection can be
present at the same time. And, an infection may even be present without any symptoms at all.
Candida (Yeast Infections)
Yeast infections of the vagina are what most women think of when they hear the term “vaginitis.” Vaginal yeast infections are caused by one of the many species of fungus called Candida. Candida normally lives in small numbers in the vagina, as well as in the mouth and digestive tract, of both men and women.
Yeast infections can produce a thick, white vaginal discharge with the consistency of cottage cheese although vaginal discharge may not always be present. Yeast infections usually cause the vagina and the vulva to be very itchy and red. Yeast infections are not usually transmitted through sexual intercourse and are not considered a sexually transmitted disease. A few things will increase your risk of getting a yeast infection, including:
Recent treatment with antibiotics.
Pregnancy which change hormone levels.
Other factors include:
Oral contraceptive (birth control pills).
Disorders affecting the immune system.
Thyroid or endocrine disorders
Although “yeast” is the name most women think of when they think of vaginal infections, bacterial vaginosis (BV) is the most common type of vaginal infection in women of reproductive age. BV is caused by a combination of several bacteria. These bacteria seem to overgrow in much the same way as do Candida when the vaginal balance is upset. The exact reason for this overgrowth is unknown.
Bacterial vaginosis is not transmitted through sexual intercourse but is more common in women who are sexually active. It is not also a serious health concern but can increase a woman’s risk of developing other sexually transmitted diseases an.d can increase the risk of pelvic
inflammatory (PI D) following surgical procedures such as abortion and hysterectomy. Some studies have shown. an increased risk of early labor and premature births in women who have the infection during pregnancy.However, more recent investigations do not support this
Up to 50% of the women who have bacterial vaginosis do not have any symptoms. Most women learn they have the infection during their annual gynecologic exam. But if symptoms appear, they can include:
White or discolored discharge
Discharge that smells “fishy.”
Pain dining urination
Itchy and sore vagina
Your doctor can tell you if you have bacterial vaginosis. He or she will examine you and will take a sample of fluid from your vagina. The fluid is viewed under a microscope. In most cases, your doctor can tell right away if you have BV.
There are several vaginal infections that are transmitted through sexual contact. Trichomoniasis, caused by a tiny single-celled organism that infects the vagina, can cause a frothy, greenish-yellow discharge. Often this discharge will have a foul smell. Women with trichomonal vaginitis may complain of itching and soreness of the vagina and vulva, as well as burning during urination. In addition, there can be discomfort in the lower abdomen and vaginal pain with intercourse. These symptoms may be worse after the menstrual period. Many women, however, do not develop any symptoms.
Chlaiuvdia is another sexually transmitted form of vaginitis. Unfortunatel, most women with chlamydia infection do not have symptoms, which makes diagnosis difficult. A vaginal discharge is sometimes present, but not always. More often, a woman might experience light
bleeding, especially after intercourse, and she may have pain in the lower abdomen and pelvis. Chlamydial vaginitis is most common in young women (18-35 years) who have multiple sexual partners. If you fit this description, you should request screening for chlamydia
during your annual checkup. If left untreated, chlamydia can cause damage to a woman’s reproductive organs, and can make it difficult for a woman to become pregnant.
Occasionally, a woman can have itching, burning, and even a vaginal discharge without having an infection. The most coiumon cause is an allergic reaction or irritation from vaginal sprays, douches, or spermicidal products. The skin around the vagina also can be sensitive to
perfumed soaps, detergents, and fabric softeners.
Another non-infectious form of vaginitis results from a decrease in hormones because of menopause or because of surgery that removes the ovaries. In this form, the vagina becomes dry. This is referred to as atrophic vaginitis. The woman may notice pain, especially with sexual intercourse, as well as vaginal itching and burning.
Preventing Vaginal Infections
There are certain things that you can do to decrease the chance of getting vaginal infections. If you suffer from yeast infections, it usually is helpful to avoid garments that hold in heat and moisture. The wearing of tight jeans can also lead to yeast infections. Good hygiene also is important. In addition, doctors have found that if a woman eats yogurt that contains active cultures (read the label) she may get fever infections.
Because they can cause vaginal irritation, most doctors do not recommend vaginal sprays or heavily perfumed soaps for cleansing this area. Likewise, douching may cause irritation or, more importantly, may hide a vaginal infection. Douching also removes the healthy bacteria that help keep the vagina clean. Removing these bacteria can result in, or worsen, vaginitis.
Safe sexual practices can help prevent the passing of diseases between partners. The use of condoms is particularly important. Good health habits are important. The American College of Physicians suggest that a woman have a complete gynecologic exam, including a pap smear
every 3 years, for ages 21 to 29; and every 3 years or a combination of a pap and HPV test eve l’y years, for ages 30 to 65. If you have multiple sexual partners, you should request screening for sexually transmitted diseases.
Curing Vaginal Infections Without The Use Of Medication
Think of the vagina as an ecosystem. Living on the inside and the outside are many different types of flora-strains of good-for-you-bacteria that protect you against bacteria and organisms that are not so good. These “bad” bacteria can invade the area, causing one or more of the
symptoms of infectious vaginitis: soreness, irritation, inflammation, discharge, burning, swelling, redness, urinary discomfort, and pain during sex.
Conventional doctors try to solve the problem by killing the bad organisms with drugs, which is a must if the infection is severe or chronic. Alternative doctors, however, prefer remedies that improve the vaginal ecosystem so that the bad organisms can’t live there. These remedies help the good flora return to the vagina; restore the normal pH, or chemical balance, of the tissues; and decrease inflammation and irritation as well as kill off the infecting organisms.
Correct treatment depends on knowing which organism is causing your problem; it’s usually either bacteria, the fungal yeast Candida albicans, or the protozoa Trichomonas vaginitis. Thus, the following remedies should be used only after having a diagnostic test to identify the infecting organism.
“Nothing is more key to the health of the ecosystem of the vagina than the bacteria lactobacillus,” says Tori Hudson, N.D., a naturopathic physician and medical director of A Woman’s Time clinic – and no food is richer in lactobacillus than yogurt. She recommends that for 2
weeks, women with BV, candidiasis, or Trichomoniasis eat 8 ounces daily of unsweetened yogurt with Lactobacillus acidophilus bacteria and take three capsules of a supplement of the bacterium between meals. You can use the same regimen to prevent a recurrence. Dr. Hudson
also advises women with BV to use the capsules of L. acidophilus as vaginal suppositories, inserting one capsule each morning for 2 weeks. Look for capsules that contain 1 to 5 billion live organisms each, she says. Lactobacillus acidophilus is a great remedy for non-infectious vaginitis, as well.
Garlic is antibacterial and antifungal, so it can fight both BV and candidiasis, Dr. Hudson says. Look for a garlic supplement that’s high in allicin—one that contains about 5,000 micrograms of allium, the major infection-fighting chemical in the herb. She recommends taking two
500-milligram capsules once or twice a day.
The chemical berberine in goldenseal fights off bacteria and candida in the mucous membranes of the vagina, Dr. Hudson says. It also strengthens the immune system. She recommends taking two 500-milligram capsules once or twice a day.
Dr. Hudson cites a study in which 100 women with yeast infection who hadn’t been helped by antifungal medications were given the suppository twice a day for 2 to 4 weeks; 98 percent were cured. Regular use of the suppositories also helps prevent recurrences. “Clinical effectiveness doesn’t really get any better than this,” she says.
If you have been diagnosed with an acute yeast infection, insert a 600-milligram capsule of boric acid powder into your vagina twice a day, in the morning and evening, for 3 to 7 days, says Dr. Hudson. For a chronic yeast infection, use the regimen for 2 to 4 weeks. To prevent a recurrence, insert one capsule daily at bedtime for 4 days a month, during your menstrual period, for 4 months.
Over-the-counter boric acid suppositories, such as Yeast Arrest, are available in drugstores. Or you can ask a pharmacist to fill size “o” gelatin capsules with 600 milligrams of powered boric acid each.
The suppository can cause burning in tissue that’s already irritated by an infection, Dr. Hudson warns, but you can prevent this by coating the irritated tissues with vitamin E oil before inserting the suppository. If you want to try this treatment, be sure to inform your doctor first, and don’t use it if you’re pregnant, says Dr. Hudson.
Using a gelatin capsule of vitamin E as a suppository is very soothing to vaginal tissue, decreasing irritation, redness, swelling, and congestion, Dr. Hudson says. Insert a capsule once or twice daily for 7 days.
Echinacea contains active substances that can directly destroy yeast and other kinds of fungi, says Dr. Hudson. In fact, a laboratory study reported in “Medical Mycology” in 2009 showed that Echinacea attacked the cell wall of the fungus, which may explain its usefulness in treating fungal infections. Echinacea also contains chemicals that boost the activity of your immune system, relieve pain, reduce inflammation and have antioxidant effects.
Tea Tree Oil
Using tea tree oil is an effective remedy as it is a powerful natural antibacterial substance, the most powerful one known to date. Topically applied tea tree oil has been studied and used successfully as a topical treatment for trichomonas, Candida albicans, and other vaginal infections. Tea tree oil should be diluted when used as a vaginal douche, and should only be used for this purpose under the supervision of a healthcare practitioner. Some physicians suggest using tea tree oil by mixing the full-strength oil with vitamin E oil in the proportion 1/3
tea tree oil to 2/3 vitamin E oil. An organic cotton tampon is saturated in this mixture or the mixture is put in a capsule to be inserted in the vagina each day for a maximum of six weeks.
“When you want to feed bacteria in a scientific experiment, you coat the petri dish with glucose, or sugar,” says Amy Rothenberg, N.D., a naturopathic physician in Enfield, Connecticut. That’s why she tells her patients with bacteria vaginosis, or By, to avoid sugar as well as refilled carbohydrates and alcohol, both of which turn into glucose ill the body. You should also avoid these foods if you have vaginitis caused by candida or a trichomonas infection.
There’s a lot of stigma attached to the vagina causing women to believe that tile vagina is dirty and in constant need of cleaning (you may be surprise to know that the vagina is cleaner than tile mouth). Many women feel pressured to have their vagina to look or smell a certain way. Despite what some feminine ads may have you believe, the vagina was never designed to smell like fruit or perfume. It’s supposed to have an odor, but not an offensive order. If your vagina has an offensive or noticeable odor, soap and water won’t do the trick. Contact your medical provider to find out if you have an infection.
The Female genitalia is often at the center of conversation. Men obsess over it, the media objectifies it, and big companies make billions selling products for it. Women are told that they need powders, creams, sprays, douches, and feminine wipes to keep their vulva and vagina healthy. However, the truth is, using these products can change the delicate balance of vaginal flora (organisms that live in the vagina) and acidity in a health vagina. One way to look at it is in a healthy vagina there are both good and bad bacteria. A balance of the level of bacteria types helps maintain an acidic environment. Any changes can cause an overgrowth of bad bacteria, which can lead to a yeast infection or bacteria vaginosis. Plus, if you have a vaginal infection, “vaginal cleansing,” such as douching can push the bacteria, causing the infection, further up into the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries.
If you want to clean your vulva, a woman needs only mild soap and water. The vagina, however, is like a self cleaning oven; it is naturally acidic and contains rich quantities of beneficial bacteria that helps fend off infection and maintain a normal pH level. And, just as our
mouth produces saliva to cleanse the mouth, a healthy vagina will secrete small amounts of discharge to keep itself clean. Any interference with these normal conditions, quantities of beneficial bacteria that helps fend off infection and maintain a normal pH level. And, just as our
mouth produces saliva to cleanse the mouth, a healthy vagina will secrete small amounts of discharge to keep itself clean. An interference with these normal conditions, and vaginal irritation or infection will occur.
Vulva vs. Vagina – There’s a Difference
The proper name for a woman’s outer genitalia is vulva, but vagina is what everyone calls it. “Vagina” has linguistically evolved to mean all lady parts. However, vulva and vagina are anatomical terms with specific definitions. The vulva is defined as the area between the legs and includes pubic hair, the clitoris, the labia majora, the labia minora, the urethra, as well as the vagina. The vagina is just defined as the passage between the uterus and the external genitals. The vulva is described in more detail below.Pubic Hair
Pubic hair is the hair that grows around the genital and anal regions. It varies in color, texture, length, and thickness and often extends up the front, back or onto the thighs. Pubic hair provides protection and cushioning to your genitals, and transmits sensation. Some people
choose to get rid of their pubic hair for fashion or cultural reasons.
At the top of the labia minora, there is a fold of skin called the clitoral hood. This connects to the tip of the clitoris. The clitoris actually extends internally and is full of nerve endings-15,000 of them-and the tip of the clitoris is usually the most sensitive area on the vulva and is the only organ on the entire body that’s sole purpose is sexual arousal.
Labia Majora and Labia Minora
Women have two sets of labia: the labia majora (outer labia) and the labia minora (inner labia), which sit inside the outer labia. There are lots of other names for the labia minora. You might call them flaps or lips but, whatever you call them, the labia minora have a ver important
function. They protect the vagina and they’re also full of nerve endings that provide sensation and lubrication during sex.
Urethra is the urinary opening, the tiny opening where a woman urinates from. Resembling a tubular structure, it develops a connection between the urinary bladder and the genital organs in the human body.
The vagina is only one part of the vulva, but many people call the entire outside part of women’s genitals the vagina. The only part of the vagina that’s visible from the outside is the opening. Most of the vagina is actually on the inside and it leads all the way up to the cervix.