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    An_251893 posted:
    I am a 59 year old woman. I have borne 4 large babies in my 30s. A few years ago my labia started stayng open for a day or two after intercourse. Now they don't close at all. I would not be concerned about this except that's it is uncomfortable. Any suggestions?
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    dfromspencer responded:
    Have you tried holding them together for a while, to see if they stay closed??? Otherwise, I've got nothing. Sorry!!!
     
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    sluggo45692 responded:
    I recommend to try doing some Kegel exercises. This may help keep things closed and they don't cost anything. I know a few mom's who have had large babies or lots of kids, and they all have had some problems later in life. If the kegel exercises don't help, see your GYN doctor. Your GYN doctor should have some hints to help.
    Hope this helps.


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