Facebook Pixel

de-shaped vagina/loose vagina

By October 6, 2010 - 11:22pm
Rate This

after the vaginal birth as well as the 2 consecutive D&E within a year i hv lost the original shape of my vagina (it hs bcum tooo lose 4 sex).... tht truly irritates my spouse, wht 2 do now?

Add a Comment3 Comments

snq-- I am so sorry that you feel so hopeless about this. As Alison mentioned, your vaginal muscles will usually compensate because your vagina is trying so hard to come back to it's natural state. However, it is possible in some cases for it to not be as "tight" as it used to be. Have you tried performing Kegel Exercises? Very simple--Kind of like stopping your urine. Follow the link for more detailed instructions. http://www.empowher.com/media/reference/kegel-exercises

They are painless and very effective- and the best part is that you can do them whenever, wherever. You can even do these while you're having sex and your husband will be pleasantly surprised :)

October 10, 2010 - 4:18pm

thanx Alison.... actually me too personally feel tht it hs becum pretty loose 2 satisfy me n my partner during sex, means v dnt feel the real grip as v used to.... tht really bothers alot n causes dissatisfaction during sex :(
i did consulted my gynecologist but she thinks every thing is natural (as vaginal opening a bit increases after the 1st vaginal birth n epizotomy) the only way out is possible just after the nxt vaginal birth in form of few more stitches of epizotomy....
wht do u think? is there any other way out? as i cnt weight till the nxt vaginal birth since itz ruining my sex life n relationship :(

October 7, 2010 - 11:18pm

Vaginas are very elastic, and regain their shape after vaginal births. There are a few rare exceptions, but have you noticed a change, or just your spouse? (I am wondering if he is assuming your vagina has lost its "shape"--which is not possible--and is reacting to a misconception?)

If you think there is something medically wrong or changed about your vagina, it is important to go to your gynecologist for a medical examination.

October 7, 2010 - 1:38pm
Enter the characters shown in the image.
By submitting this form, you agree to EmpowHER's terms of service and privacy policy
Add a Comment

All user-generated information on this site is the opinion of its author only and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment for any medical conditions. Members and guests are responsible for their own posts and the potential consequences of those posts detailed in our Terms of Service.


Can't Find Something?


Have a question? We're here to help. Ask the Community.

ASK Moderation Guidelines

Health Newsletter

Receive the latest and greatest in women's health and wellness from EmpowHER - for free!