Does size really matter, well this would depend on what we refer too. If we talk of a young child in a fight, then yes, because no toddler is able for the teen, or if you're hungry, then a small size food portion will not fill your belly. What on earth has this got to do with vaginas you may well ask; "satisfaction" that's what. Both instances are "unsatisfying" situations for the toddler and the tummy rumbler due to size restricting them from achieving, so this can apply to the size of the vagina also? If a person can get satisfaction from being well fed – or from beating their opponent, then why would not a person want satisfaction from their love making. Does the size of the vagina matter; yes it does if it interferees with, or stops you pleasuring in sex. If you or your partner gets no enjoyment while having sex because of looseness, then of course it matters. If you're sure the problem is in your department and not about your partner having a small willy, then you need to look for a way to tighten your vagina.
Is there a way of telling whether the vagina is either big or small, and of a natural size? Vaginal size is not a topical subject, so chances of finding out anything from friends and family through girlie gossip, is zero. The vaginal wall is elasticity so exact size can never really be ascertained. If the vagina is relaxed the vaginal walls collapse into each other. The diameter is less than one inch and the length will be around 3 to 4 inches. Vagina size alters when ready for intercourse. At this time the diameter of the vagina is not the same through the vaginal tunnel.
The narrowest part of the vagina is the opening which widens as it goes in deeper. Normally the front part of vagina has a size of one and a half inches. The deer into the vagina you go the bigger the diameter. The back end is usually a diameter of 2 1/2 inches. The front vagina wall has the length of 2 inches and the back end is 3 totaling approximately 6 inches.
Some pregnant women after giving birth find there vagina may have stretched through intension expansion. Most of these women turn to Kegel exercises to bring back vaginal tightness. Issues in relation to a loose vagina and vulva size are common, so no need to be embarrassed. Go along and speak with your GP if you`re worried over this. If you have never experienced giving birth, then it's highly unlikely that your vagina or vulva is too big. If you have been put off having sex because you have heard it stretches the vagina and makes it big, then you have heard wrong. What a load of codswollop, yes the vagina can stretch to accept the penis, but soon returns to normal size. Childbirth is a regular cause for vaginal looseness because it can affect dimensions, meaning, damaged muscles and other supporting tissues of the vaginal walls. Do not be put off having children thinking this is a natural happening for women having baby's, because it`s not, just ask the millions of moms the whole world over. There are things you can do to help prevent widening of the vagina by doing postnatal exercises that physiotherapists teach.
If the vaginal 'barrel' gives a feeling of largeness it can lead to the following effects:
– Unsatisfactory sexual intercourse.
– Likelihood of air getting into the vagina – known as 'fanny farting'.
– Lax muscles and ligaments can lead to a prolapsed womb
If you want to tighten a loose vagina start by doing pelvic floor muscle exercises. Practice includes you tense the muscles at the front of the lower part of your body – as if preventing yourself from weeing, hold this contraction for 10 seconds then relax and repeat and keep up for 5 minutes. If possible do this 4 times a day. You can speak to a gynecologist to discuss the possibility of a 'repair' operation. This draws the weakened pelvic tissues together and firms everything up resulting in a tight vagina.
Some women on a huge scale tend "not" to worry over size as much as they do of appearance. These same women believe they have an abnormal vagina because their vulva is either too large or the labia too long, or that bits of it protrude unevenly. If you are one of these women it does not mean you have an abnormal vagina, what it means is, is you have one slightly different from others. Getting back to vagina size, we have women who think their vagina too small. Statistically this is most unlikly. Symptoms that show smallness: is
– Sexual intervention pain
– Not able to have sex
– Discomfort insertion a tampon
Many women who feel vaginal tightness find it hard to accept that their vagina is normal-size after seeking medical advice. Vaginismus is a condition and the primary reason why women get mixed up for the smallness. It causes the vaginal muscles to contract when intent on making genital contact. An internal examination is normal procedure carried out to clarify that this is the problem. Unfortunately women sufferers can do nothing to prevent the condition from happening because symptoms are inherently involuntary. Vaginismus can have a woman experience burning, pain, penetration problems, or complete disability to have intercourse.
The tightness is actually caused by involuntary contractions of the pelvic floor muscles surrounding the vagina. The tightness can be so restrictive that the opening to the vagina shuts altar makes penetration near to impossible for the man. As like with most conditions there can be certain specific types, and this applies to vaginismus also. If a woman has always experienced pain while having intercourse due to this muscle spasm it is called "primary vaginismus." Recognized suffering from this type is not able to wear tampons. Another type is the "secondary vaginismus" more known for developing later in life. Women can have this after years of uncomplicated sexual intercourse. It is typically hurried along by a medical condition, traumatic event, childbirth, or menopause.
The condition is curable and not a problem to be accused of. Your doctor is the person with all the answers if you need to know more. It is not a concern to deeply worry over, as treatment is pretty much straight forward. Vaginismus treatment does not require drugs, surgery, or any other complex persistent methods, so no need to hold back on seeking treatment and suffering any longer.
Symptoms can include:
– Unintentional uncontrolled spasms of the muscles in the vagina
– Dread of pain
– Fear of penetration
– Loss of sexual yearning near to penetration
– Difficulty and pain, inserting a tampon, or penis
The sooner you address the issue about your tight vagina, then the quicker it will give you the confidence to enjoy and have a wonderful sex life again.