Childbirth can stretch the vagina and the birth canal, reducing both tone and strength. An overstretched or wide vagina and the resulting smoothening of the area can reduce friction and pleasurable sensation during sex for both partners. It can cause intercourse to be painful and in some cases leads to urinary incontinence and even bowel movement issues.

Vaginal stretching can also lead to difficulty keeping tampons in place and may produce gas-like noises during intercourse.

Exercises—sometimes referred to as perineal and sphincter re-education—can help restore lost muscle tone while strengthening the pelvic floor. Kegel exercises are also helpful. The benefits of exercise can be limited, however, especially for women who have had multiple children.

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  • Kayla Berry says:

    I had the same vaginal issue apart from myotaut serum other products didn’t seem to work.

  • Tash says:

    Hi if I got this done is it saying I’m not going to enjoy sex as much my. Sensation will be gone if this happens why would girls get this done when they are getting done cause they are not enjoying sex before it’s done can some explain it’s me

  • Keely says:

    Just want to know how much this surgery

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