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Questions about adverse affects of frequent sex on the vagina.
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RRRUFF posted:
I'm 36 and my spouse and I have an extremely active, healthy and monogamous sex life. We enjoy trying many different things. We have no limits in our bedroom, and enjoy very rough sex at times. It is wonderful! However, although we do alternate and enjoy anal sex at least a couple times a month, I am worried that being this active over time will loosen my vaginal walls. I have never had an issue such as this and would like to remain as I am now. Is there anything I can do to prevent this from occurring without slowing down in the bedroom?
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BalconyBelle responded:
Have you tried Kegels? They're muscle exercises that strengthen the pelvic floor muscle (and they have a side affect of allowing you greater control to hold him/squeeze him more tightly if you want). They're a good exercise for him as well.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kegel_exercise

I don't see why your sex life would make you become become looser...but Kegels will definitely help you to seem 'tighter'. Once you start doing them though, you'll need to keep at it--because just like when training any other muscle group, if you don't use it, you'll lose the benefits you previously gained.
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