Our expert says:
Don't worry, the vagina is much more robust than that! It is therefore highly unlikely that your vaginal muscles have stretched and more likely that they have simply relaxed more fully to be able to accommodate your partner. You can learn to bring the pelvic floor muscles under more conscious control if you like - this can enhance arousal by increasing blood flow into the area as well as enhance the sensation of tightness for you. The following website (http://sexuality.about.com/od/anatomyresponse/ht/kegelswomen.htm) has instructions for 'kegels exercises' - the exercises where you learn to tense and relax the muscles around the entrance to your vagina.
Claire - SASHA
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