What can you purchase to tighten vaginal walls?
There is nothing you can purchase to tighten vaginal walls. Your vagina will only be tight if you are not aroused and if you are tense, there is nothing that can make that happen.
Erm, if you have a vagina you have vaginal walls. The walls are the inside of the vagina (the walls of the tunnel, if that doesn't sound too gross).
No, in fact it will probably create a pH imbalance and give you a painful and embarrasing infection. If you're worried about that, do those Kegel excercises and maybe have less sex.
a hernia through the vaginal walls is cystocele
The vaginal walls are the borders of the opening that leads from the outside of the body to the cervix. They are muscular and flexible.
Kegals... U can work ur vagina muscles tighten n release
No it does not tighten your vagina in any way at all.
You don't douche full-stop, it's not healthy or hygienic to douche. Douching can change vaginal pH, strip vaginal walls of moisture, and force harmful bacteria further into the vagina - thus increasing risks of TSS, STI's, STD's, general vaginal infections such as Bacterial Vaginosis or yeast infections, and Pelvic Inflammatory Disease. Some people suggest alum to 'tighten' the vagina, but the vagina cannot be tightened and nor should you want to tighten it as a… Read More
Vaginal Can Alum powder be used to tighten vaginal muscles what percentage will it be to make a non virgin gurl look virgin?
Alum can be used to tighten vaginal walls (the internal vaginal canal). There are products on the market specifically for this. Therefore, in theory, alum could be used to shrink the outer labia (lips) of the vagina. However, this "virginal muscle" assuming you mean the hymen, is something of a misnomer. Prior to sexual intercourse, some females have a hymen in place, some don't. The hymen is very fragile. It can be lost painlessly, especially… Read More
the tearing of the vaginal walls
If it hurts as you sit down after inserting a tampon then the tampon isn't inserted high enough. The vaginal canal is narrowest in the first few inches so if the tampon is located lower down the vaginal walls will push against the tampon and this can hurt. Try pushing the tampon up higher with a clean finger, push as far as you can reach to ensure it is inserted high enough. Next time you… Read More
Kegel exercises are said to strengthen those muscles. they use all the muscles in the abdomen and strengthening the muscles makes the vaginal opening tighter.
The vaginal walls self-lubricate.
Your vaginal canal is a muscular tube, when you tighten the vaginal muscles it can push things out of the vagina. Once inserted correctly those same vaginal muscles help keep the tampon in place.
Yes. It's called kegel exercises.
One of the most common causes of vaginal lesions are tampons - as tampons absorb vaginal moisture and rough fribes (especially rayon) cause friction against vaginal walls, tampons can cause lesions to vaginal walls...which is one reason why tampons are linked with increased menstrual bleeding and TSS. Vagonal lesions can also be caused by some forms of spermicidal gels, vaginal infections such as yeast infections where skin is damaged by the infection itself or by… Read More
What is the medical term meaning contraction of the smooth muscle in the walls of the bronchi and bronchioles that tighten and squeeze the airway shut?
Bronchoconstriction or bronchospasm is the medical term that refers to the contraction of the smooth muscle in the walls of the bronchi and bronchioles that tighten and squeeze the airway shut.
Vaginal discharge is how the vagina stays clean and healthy, thus you get it every day starting from puberty. Vaginal discharge has an acidic pH to kill harmful bacteria, it keeps vaginal walls protected, and flushes out dead cells.
Yes, if a woman is not aroused and/or is tense the vagina will be tight. In it's neutral state vaginal walls will close in on themselves, if you were tense your vaginal muscles would tense causing those vaginal walls to clench together - this is when the vagina is tight. When aroused your vagina will relax, lubricate, open, and increase in size to allow penetration.
To "devirginize" a female she has to have sex. A virgin is a female how has had nothing in her vaginal walls.
It means you're careful not to scratch the vaginal walls.
Vaginal tightening creams work for many people, but do some research before you choose. Also consider there are other options, for example at ShytoBuy they offer vaginal tightening creams, and also the Kegelmaster, which uses progressive resistance to tighten your pelvic floor muscles. http://www.shytobuy.co.uk/2seduce-female-tighten-gel.html - tightening gel http://www.shytobuy.co.uk/kegelmaster.html - kegelmaster good luck!
An infection. Go to a Doctor .
Is it true that sperm cannot permeate the vaginal wall but that it can permeate rectal walls and enter the blood stream from there?
The sperm itself will not change locations through osmosis... but any bacteria or virus that travels with it will more easily end up in your blood stream through rectal walls, just because they tear more easily than vaginal walls. However, vaginal tissues tear as well. HIV travels through the tiniest cracks. It is always good to assume the worst.
There is no benefit to douching with alum. Douching in general is unhygienic and unhealthy as it can change vaginal pH so allow for harmful bacterial growth, it can force harmful bacteria further up into the vagina, and it can wash away discharge needed to protect the vaginal walls. Douching with alum is claimed to tighten the vagina, but the vagina cannot be tightened and nor should anyone want to as a tight vagina is… Read More
Female lubrication comes from both the mucosa of vaginal walls and skeen's gland.
Do you mean odour? There are vaginal tightening creams that not only tighten but cure dryness and help with any smell you may have. A fishy odor can be caused by trichomonas - a STI - you will need antibiotics if this is the case so you should see your doctor or family planning clinic.
because of the presence of estrogen, the vaginal walls become hypertrophic and enriched with glycogen. they also loosen from their connective tissue attachments in preparation for great distention at birth. there will also be increase in blood flow to these areas which causes color changes from normal light pink to deep violet (Chadwick's sign).
One of the well known vaginal exercises that can help tighten your vaginal muscles is the Kegel exercise. You will have to do this when you urinate. When you pee, simply stop your pee in midstream by controlling your pelvic muscles. Try to aim for a four second pause then continue peeing. Try to do this a few times every time you urinate. Another remedy that uses vaginal muscle contraction to tighten a vagina uses… Read More
Using tampons shouldn't hurt at all as long as you're relaxed and using tampons correctly. Inserting tampons can hurt if you're using too high an absorbency for your flow as there'll be increased friction and drying, or if using commercial tampons you may be allergic to the ingredients in these type of tampon. If you're tense vaginal muscles tense causing vaginal walls to clench together so you may have to force the tampon against vaginal… Read More
Yes, your vaginal opening or vaginal canal will get bigger when you insert things into it, but it will always return to normal afterwards. Your vagina will open and increase in size when aroused, but also it will stretch to accomodate larger things - the vaginal walls have what are known as rugae, which are like pleats that allow the vagina to stretch.
Tampons absorb moisture including vaginal moisture needed to keep the vaginal walls protected - without menstrual flow tampons will have even more of a drying effect on vaginal tissues causing increased vaginal tissue damage. As well as uncomfortable this will give bacteria and bacterial toxins a direct route into your bloodstream so significantly increase your risk of TSS.
They sew a dildo to the lips of the vagina, then invert the vaginal walls leading into the dildo, and BOOM! Instant penis.
unfortunately you don't.you have to purchase a new cable as these have no adjuster
No, tampons cannot just fall out whether on an inner tube or doing any other activity. Tampons are held in place by vaginal walls, with the narrowest point of the vaginal canal beneath the tampon to keep in place.
Exactly how it sounds , the more a woman has sex the less tight she becomes , a " tight pussy " is how small her vaginal opening is and how tight her walls are .
It's VERY unlikely that a tampon would fall out - tampons are held in place by the vaginal muscles, the vaginal walls also close around the tampon which help keep it in place - if a tampon did fall out of your vagina when using the bathroom you should see your doctor as there is a problem with vaginal muscle tone. If a tampon was to fall out then you would unfortunately have to scoop… Read More
Supposedly, they're tighter as more fat reinforces the walls of the vaginal canal. They're not necessarily more frisky, but you may be...
You will need to purchase a fine filler from your local hardware store.
Well, it depends on your definition of loose. If you are with small guys you may always feel loose. Maybe you haven't been with a man with a larger penis. There ARE exercises you can do to tighten your vagina as well. Loose is a relative term, as is big for a penis. You can do Keegles, which strengthen the cervix and vagina. Am OBY GYN can do surgery that tightens it as much as… Read More
It may be that there is something blocking the tampon, likely your cervix or vaginal wall. Tampons need to be inserted towards the small of your back because your vaginal canal is curved so if you insert straight up you would be inserting the tampon into a vaginal wall, thus will go no further. You need to stay relaxed because if you're tense vaginal muscles tense causing the vaginal walls to clench together, thus the… Read More
No. Not unless there were various grooves for them to gain purchase on to pull themselves up.
Just purchase the Action Replay DS, it should be on there automatically.
If you feel like you're forcing the tampon it's likely that you're not relaxed enough or not inserting correctly. If you're tense the vaginal muscles tense causing the vaginal walls to clench together, thus making it difficult to push a tampon through. If you're inserting at the wrong angle then rather than pushing the tampon through the vaginal canal you'd be pushing it into a vaginal wall. Relax and feel for resistance, if you feel… Read More
The rabbit is gr8. Also try any frozen fruit. These numb the vaginal walls and also help clear up any nasty infections.
You can insert a tampon when not menstruating - but you should not! Tampons are absorbent so don't just absorb blood but also absorb discharge, which is needed to flush out bacteria and to keep vaginal walls lubricated - like tears in your eyes, snot in your nose, or saliva in your mouth. As well as stopping the vagina cleaning itself using tampons when not menstruating means tampons will dry-out vaginal tissues even more, this… Read More
You should only be using tampons during menstruation or withdrawal bleeds - during full bleeding. Tampons absorb blood and vaginal moisture so result in the vaginal walls becoming ulcerated and split, with less blood the damage is more severe and this is not only uncomfortable but increases risk of TSS as damaged vaginal tissues gives TSST-1 toxins responsible for TSS a direct route into the bloodstream. If you're not menstruating and use tampons then the… Read More
Does mens seamen all been accepted by womens vagina during sex or does it come out after few minutes?
to my understanding it all absorbed by the vaginal walls so it is all absorbed non of it comes back out
Yes, because when you ejaculate you soak the vaginal walls in ejaculate. You're still moving your penis around in there so the ejaculate in the vagina gets on your penis as well as the vagina.
My guess is that it's a surgery that may tighten the vagina and prevent it from sagging or being extremely loose. It can also refer to surgery to the outer labia, which some females have surgery to make the area more 'attractive' to the eye.