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Vaginal Canal

HTHGS: Tightening the vaginal canal (written by Shan & Claude)

Ask Shan & Claude,
My new girlfriend has a larger vaginal opening than I am used to. I am very average in size, but I feel I am not getting nor giving the sensation I would like to give. Can you reccommend a position that would create a tighter effect? or something she could do to decrease the size of her vaginal opening? thank you for your time- Ari

Dear Ari-
There are exercises that she could do called Kegel exercises that can strengthen the muscles of the vaginal walls.  They are relatively simple. 

They basically involve flexing and relaxing the muscles that are used to control urination.  If she practices starting and stopping her stream of urine she will begin to grow accustomed to flexing her muscles and then can practice having more voluntary control over them.  There are more in-depth answers to this question and Kegel exercises on this website so check them out.  If you are interested in a tighter feeling some couples try anal sex for that effect.  Do you wear condoms?  That can actual create a tighter feel.  We hope this helps - Shan & Claude



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