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    Will delivery cause the vagina to become lax.... Heard that muscles may become loose after delivery..

  • #2
    from *** i heard, it is not true..
    however multiple natural birth deliveries can make vagina loose.
    Last edited by pinkdolphi1; 27-04-2006, 11:27 AM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by crazygal
      Will delivery cause the vagina to become lax.... Heard that muscles may become loose after delivery..
      It's true, according to my hubby.

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      • #4
        If you are worried about the muscles around the area becoming less firm, one of the ways to help to firm up the muscles again is to go for perineum re-education. This is usually done by a midwife or a qualified therapist. They work with you to strenghten your muscles through regular exercise session. Some uses a tool that is inserted into the vagina that measures the strength of your sqeezing actions and sends little pulses to work the muscles. Alternatively, you can do kegel exercises (it's very simple, basically just tighten and release the muscles like you are holding your pee and then letting yourself pee)yourself. Do it 50 times per session and 2 sessions per day.

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        • #5
          Interesting,
          but still, it'll never be the same again.
          You know what I mean?

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          • #6
            I don't think so for my case. But I did lots of pelvic and kegel exercises as mentioned by sannie. Not only it does helps in toning the muscles there, it has other wonders too.

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            • #7
              Will having a C-section avoid the problem?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by popmycherry
                Will having a C-section avoid the problem?
                YES, C-section will avoid this problem,
                but there are different set of problems.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by tanlengleng
                  YES, C-section will avoid this problem,
                  but there are different set of problems.
                  what are those pblms..?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by barbie doll
                    what are those pblms..?
                    ST a bit;

                    I read somewhere that NVD baby had gone thru a "stressful" time during birth,
                    so they'll be able to take stress better when they grown up.

                    Satistic shows NVD babies have higher survival rate than C-section babies.

                    Recovery of NVD mummies are faster than C-section mummies.

                    etc, etc... Anyone has more to add?

                    Imagine an egg, when chick is 1/2 way out, if you were to "help" it by peeling it's shell,
                    the chick will die.
                    Any comments?

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                    • #11
                      Gee then don't have babies if you don't want to worry about all these.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by llucidity
                        Gee then don't have babies if you don't want to worry about all these.
                        lol
                        but no baby there's no joy.
                        to me, its always "dream" to have a baby ever since i'm only 8yrs old.
                        and now, i'm 19yrs old with my 1month + baby.

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                        • #13
                          Krissy, you're really young! How you manage to go through?Kinda envy you. I always wanna settle down fast and have a baby and just become a "full-time" mother at home. Now I'm already 21 but still, I think I sure need a long way to settle down early.

                          I've even thought of names for my baby already, lolx!
                          Last edited by NiteyLychee; 22-04-2006, 06:30 PM.

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                          • #14
                            Hi, welcome to CC!

                            Please refrain from quoting unnecessarily, especially when replying to a post just before yours. thanks!

                            Would appreciate it if you could edit your posts accordingly

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                            • #15
                              I guess both natural as wellas c section has its own pblms...hehe .i need some help too ..Can anyone recommend a good lady gynaec in the west ...thanks in advance

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