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    Hi,
    I've searched for information on this topic and can't seem to find a credible result anywhere. I'm a Virgin and I masturbate sometimes frequently (at least 4 times a week), with objects.
    My Boyfriend and I are virgins and I fear that maybe my vagina will not be as tight as I'd like it to be when it comes to our first ime together
    Is there anything I can do to help it regain it's tightness or would leaving it and not putting anything in it for a certain amount of time cause it to regain the tightness?
    Thanks

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    http://en.wikipedi********/wiki/Kegel_exercise.
    Besides vaginal rejuvination surgery, it's really the only thing you can do.

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    You won't slacken your vagina by masturbating, unless you are using something the size of a bus! Don't worry. When it comes to the time, I'm sure your boyfriend will be suitably appreciative!

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    I'm confused.
    A penis can stretch your vaginal canal, why couldn't her masturbating with objects that act as one? Doesn't make sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChelseaRenee View Post
    I'm confused.
    A penis can stretch your vaginal canal, why couldn't her masturbating with objects that act as one? Doesn't make sense.
    That's what I'm nervous about. I've stopped masturbating due to this and he's stopped Masturbating as well because we're in fear that our first time won't feel new or won't measure up to what we've been use to masturbating. Can that happen? What I use is about the size of my boyfriends penis and he just uses his hand, would it be wise for us to stop Masturbating until we have sex??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChelseaRenee View Post
    I'm confused.
    A penis can stretch your vaginal canal, why couldn't her masturbating with objects that act as one? Doesn't make sense.
    I've yet to see the penis that would stretch the vagina to the point of no return. Your vagina is designed to be able to stretch to accommodate the delivery of a baby, a penis is nothing compared to that.

    Likewise objects for masturbation. If you were masturbating with something that would stretch your vagina so much it wouldn't return to its normal dimensions, it would be pretty painful and probably wouldn't enhance your self-loving sessions much.

    Think of an elastic band...it is possible to stretch it so much that it loses its elasticity and won't return to normal...the vagina is like that. Normal sex and masturbation shouldn't have that effect.

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    I agree normal sex shouldn't have much of an affect, but children will cause a girls to be really lose down there masturbating shouldn't cause any problems I masturbate a lot also and my boyfriend says that I'm too tight. but if your still having some worries there are some exercises called kegels that help with tighting up a lot of pron stars use them.

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    I agree with the Kegel Master...

    ...or have an allergic reaction to a feminine suppository like I did.

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