Vaginal Tightening - The no surgery way to a Designer Vagina
For the woman who has everything - Jimmy Choo shoes, Gucci Handbags and the latest Prada designs now comes Vaginal Tightening at a fraction of
the Harley Street surgical version.
For women who've experienced childbirth, vaginal muscles tend to expand during the delivery, the result can often be weak, loose, vaginal muscles.
It's the scenario that every woman dreads. If she asks her partner if it "feels the same" as before she had the baby he'll nod, unwilling to tell her that,
urm, well, it's not as it used to be. A comment like that would be tantamount to saying her bum looks big. He just daren't go there.
I was that woman, after giving birth to a super 8 lb baby girl, no stitches; I was thrilled that I quickly managed to regain my figure. My breasts were firm
and rounded, engorged with milk. No one ever tells you how incredibly sexy large breasts feel and as an AA Cup holder, it felt lovely to sport the mega
Gold Medal versions.
We both couldn't wait to get reconnected - we hadn't made love during the last few months of my pregnancy and to be quite honest we were both
gagging. Much to my dismay what I found was it that sex was less than satisfying, it just didn't feel the same, my vagina felt lose, I had lost a lot of
sensation and if I sneezed or laughed I might also leak a small amount of wee. I asked my partner how my vagina felt during lovemaking, and if there
was any difference - after much reluctance he said that it didn't feel as tight, he said it felt rather lose and that he was struggling to get the sensation
that he needed to keep his erection.
With military precision we both approached my/our vaginal tightening debate. I read up about Vaginoplasty a procedure where part of the vaginal wall
is cut away and the excess vaginal lining taken away. This tightens vaginal muscles and surrounding soft tissues. Although this is known as a
"standard" gynaecological procedure, it is still an operation under anaesthetic, there is scarring and, I felt a