Vagina Tightening

Vagina Tightening

The inside of the female genitalia is called the vagina. The vagina is where sexual intercourse occurs, where the fetus is formed and born. Complaints such as loosening of the vagina tissues, decreased flexibility and enlargement may come to the agenda especially after a normal birth and as a result of intensive sexual intercourse. This situation can disturb both the woman and her partner. Negativities such as not being able to enjoy and reach satisfaction during sexual intercourse may disturb couples and damage their relationships. In this case, a genital aesthetic operation is performed to tighten, narrow, and recover the vagina. This is called vaginoplasty.

Vagina Tightening

Types of Vagina Tightening Surgery

Vaginal tightening operations are 2 types. In the first one, the patients are generally at a young age and sexual and aesthetic problems are at the forefront. In the second case, the patients who apply are at an older age and the reason for their operation is not sexual or aesthetic concerns. Rather, they need vaginoplasty due to functional disorders such as urinary incontinence, uterine and bowel sagging. In such cases, the vagina area is narrowed, the bladder and bowel sagging are corrected.

The Effect of Vaginoplasty Surgery on Orgasm

Orgasm happens in women in two ways:

Vaginal orgasm: Stimulation of the G spot on the front wall of the vagina.

Clitoral orgasm: Stimulation of the clitoris.

The vagina constriction and the vagina and the penis are more in contact with each other, thereby increasing the pressure exerted on the G spot. The clitoris will have shifted towards the vagina as the vagina entry will narrow after vaginoplasty, which will further stimulate the clitoris. More stimulation of both the G-spot and the clitoris make the orgasm shorter and more severe. As a result, vagina-narrowing operations affect sexual satisfaction, performance and orgasm positively.

See Also: Sexual Infection

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