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Can too much sex or childbirth cause a loose vagina?

Female vaginal muscles are actually very elastic. And while they may stretch and weaken over time, the vagina will eventually return to its original shape, or at least come close to it.

Despite what some people may think, you cannot "wear out" the vagina.

Aging and childbirth can change the shape and size of your vagina. However, these changes will not cause your vagina to relax permanently. And although the vagina may lose some elasticity with age, a lot of sex won't affect how "tight" it is.

Can sex cause a loose vagina?

No amount of penetrative sex will cause permanent relaxation of the vagina. This idea is not only harmful and shames people for having multiple partners, it is also not medically accurate.

During sex, the vagina is naturally lubricated and its muscles stretch to accommodate the penis or sex aid. But after the woman has finished pleasuring herself, the vagina returns to its pre-sexual form.

Penetration does not permanently tighten the vagina. So even if you have regular sex or multiple sex partners, the vagina will then return to its shape.

Can childbirth cause a loose vagina?

Vaginal birth and pregnancy can stretch the vaginal muscles and weaken the pelvic floor. This can make the vagina feel loose and tight, but it is usually not permanent. The vagina should return to normal a few days after giving birth. Kegel exercises can help.

Can aging cause a loose vagina?

Aging naturally changes your entire body, and the vagina is no exception. In fact, you may start to notice changes in the elasticity of your vagina as early as age 40.

When you enter perimenopause, the vaginal tissue may be dry and thin and the pelvic floor muscles are more relaxed.

A decrease in estrogen levels reduces the blood supply to the vaginal muscles, which affects the elasticity of the vaginal tissue. Aging also comes with a decrease in collagen. Collagen is a protein that is found in all the different structures of your body such as skin, bones and muscles. Lower collagen levels can lead to a weaker pelvic floor. And these hormonal and cellular changes cause the vagina to appear looser.


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