Sex feels loose after childbirth, help!

You are certainly not alone! Kegel. Kegel. Kegel. What’s that? Imagine that you need to pee and the doorbell is ringing. You’d probably squeeze real tight to avoid peeing on yourself, run and get the door, then go to the bathroom. That squeezing motion to prevent you from wetting yourself is called a “Kegel” exercise. By squeezing and releasing those pelvic floor muscles, you’re strengthening those vaginal muscles and preventing them from sagging. It could take months to see any change. If you’ve already had babies and feel the looseness, you can get much better and quicker results from vaginal rejuvenation. The treatment is painless and non-surgical and works great to restore the vagina back to normal. In my office, I use the Viveve Vaginal Rejuvenation system and my patients are so happy with the results. It is a non-invasive, painless, and effective treatment for the vagina. Your other option is surgery. Have you thought about vaginal rejuvenation? Share your thoughts below, I’d love to hear from you. #askyourgyno