The truth about sex and the vagina

No, you`re vagina will not be looser by having a lot of sex, says the experts! You’ve probably heard it before – probably even talking back and forth with your girlfriends about it. Will you be “looser” down there when you have a lot of sex? Is it after a certain amount of sex you get bigger in the vagina, and that it will never returns to the way it once was?

Some think yes and claim that they even notice it during intercourse, others think no. But what’s really the truth? Should you care about how many people you have sex with and how often? No, much sex does not make the vagina become looser. You can assume that in periods of life you are more strained during sexual intercourse, and in this way you can feel tighter, but it do not mean in any way that much sex makes the vagina looser.

The vagina may be the most flexible part of our body, it simply adjusts. Just imagine how it can tighten around one finger one day, and give birth to a child with a head circumference of 35 cm the next day. Not many weeks after birth, you can tighten your finger again!

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The so-called PC muscle is important

The reason that the vagina is so adaptable is that the wall of the uterus consists mostly of muscle, and it is especially a muscle that is essential for the vagina to function as it does. It is the so-called PC muscle that is important. This pelvic floor muscles extend from the front of the vagina and back to the hemisphere. Both the vagina, urethra and rectum have this muscle around.

It is the muscle we women can familiarize ourselves with and teach us to control by, for example, stopping the beam while weeping. By tightening this muscle during a penetrating intercourse, the woman can squeeze the vagina around what is being inserted.

In other words, you can, to some extent, choose how tight it will be there during intercourse, and the muscle will not be expanded by penetration. But what happens to the vagina and the PC muscle during and after birth, for example?

During a birth, both the vagina and the PC muscle will expand greatly. That is why you recommend exercises to women who have just given birth, but it is also an exercise you can do regardless of age and whether you have born or not. By doing exercises after birth, most will manage to get the vagina tight again. In other words, when you can give birth to a child and become “tight” again, it is not possible to get loose by sex.

The bottom of the basin is important for sex both with and without a partner, regardless of whether the vagina is penetrated or not, and having a conscious relationship with this muscle may therefore have a good effect on sexual pleasure.

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The vagina goes back to its normal shape

But despite the fact that the vagina is not loose by neither sex or birth, it is a small truth in the myth, and it is that the vagina actually expands and adapts to what comes in and out. Then the question is how long it stays extended? Is it about half an hour, an hour, a week?

There is nothing to worry about, because the vagina is simply created for it. If a penis, finger or object is inserted into the vagina, the muscle’s muscles will adapt to size and shape. An important prerequisite for this to be comfortable is that the vagina is lubricated, either by natural lubrication, which comes from glands in the vagina, or that you use lubricant.

When the penis or object is removed, the vagina will return to its normal shape, so to speak immediately. The natural resting position of the vessel is that the walls rest against each other and the muscles are relaxed.

But where do you think the myth that the vagina remains expanded comes from then?

This myth has originated with many other myths, which have been intended to suppress women’s sexuality. Men are by no means told that they can have a more relaxed penis if they have a lot of sex.

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