Did You Pee a Little? Vaginal Tightening Tips for Bladder Control, Better Sex [Infographic]

You tried to hold it in… but failed. You laughed so hard that you peed a little.

It’s happened to the best of us. Weakened pelvic walls are a reality for some women that comes with age or giving birth.

According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, the loosening of the vagina can also lead to a reduction in vaginal sensation for women during intercourse or masturbation, in addition to issues with incontinence. And that’s just no fun!


Women who experience the loosening of the vagina, incontinence, and or reduced sexual pleasure may also battle with a loss in their sexual confidence or feelings of embarrassment.

If the weakening of your vagina walls is something that’s affecting you, you aren’t alone. And there are ways to remedy it.

Carvaka Sex Toys came up with this great infographic that offers information on how you can strengthen your pelvic walls to prevent and/or reverse incontinence or prolapse. These tips can also help you have better sex.

If you’re looking for a little extra help with vaginal tightening you might also want to try an electric pelvic toner. A pelvic toner, also known as a kegal toner, is a device that is either inserted into the vaginal or placed externally that gives off electrical impulses to strengthen vaginal wall muscles by causing them to expand and contract.

Kegel’s Tight & Tone Electronic Pelvic Toner will run you around $100. Their Kegel Weights Exercise Set is inserted and uses weights that gradually increase in heaviness to strengthen the pelvic muscles. That set goes for $40. If your budget is in the range for something in the price of free, then check out the kegel exercises in the infographic below.

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*This story was originally published on May 4, 2016
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