Dose it look the same ??

Emma - posted on 04/15/2010 ( 13 moms have responded )




Well the million dollar question

Will my Vulva and vagina look the same after giving birth naturally ?

Dose It feel different than before ?

Dose it ever go back to how it was ?

And what to do to help things along ?


Annette - posted on 12/20/2010




I would have to say that childbirth is the least of your worries in this regard. The human body has amazing recuperative powers & the female body is specifically designed to grow, deliver & nourish babies (more than 1, biologically speaking). The X factor in how your pussy will end up looking is how much use she gets outside of giving birth. Also, if that use is excessively strenuous (read: large or many at once), then you can expect some "wear & tear". Just have a look at some of the more available porn sights; you will see labia you could wrap your lunch in! I have long-ish labia now, but I love them to bits.

Laurel - posted on 04/23/2010




I don't know if it's the age thing or the numbers game... but after my 5th child at 42, I defiantly notice a difference. It can all be fixed with a power kegal regiment, LOL!!!!!


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Jennifer - posted on 07/29/2011




Kegals, and more kegals! My ob-gyn says she can't believe I've had sex, let alone 4 kids, and my husband looks like Smiling Bob. I started the kegals due to, ummm, wetness problems, now I'm almost glad I had that issue!

Katie - posted on 05/17/2010




5 months postpartum everything seems to be the same. A small battle scar from some minor tearing, but my husband doesn't mind. He says it's pretty much the same. Otto was only baby number one though, god only knows what in store for my poor junk in the future...:(

Rosie - posted on 05/15/2010




nope not at all. you guys are all lucky, mine looks like when you stretch an image out on the tv, all long and narrow like. it completely fucked mine up-it only happened after my third child though if that helps.

Brandy - posted on 05/13/2010




I thought it looked different but not like loose or anything, just different but my fiance says it looks completely back to normal and well, he would know better than me since he's spent more time down there than me lol.

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I don't see any difference at all. I have had 2 children, one 10 1/2 pounds and the other 9 lbs 8oz. I had an episotomy with my first and my midwife said she sowed me up tighter than I was before. I didn't know what to say to her while she was down there doing that and telling me about it but I thanked her. My doctor with my second child said I tore a bit but not bad, and he sowed me a little bit. Don't ask for anesthesia down there with the sowing, not the place you want three bee stings of lydicain. It's nothing compared to child birth, and I always get an epidural so I'm half numb anyway. There was a definate diffence with the midwife sowing me tighter, my husband LOVES it. I like to use my muscles and squeeze on him and that makes it even tighter, although there isn't much of a reaction to that with him until after he gets off. With my ex husband he loved it when I did that. But my hubby isn't circumcised and my ex was, I think that might be the difference. You can see the area that was stictched with my first child but it doesn't make it any less pleasurable.

Nikki - posted on 05/06/2010




I haven't looked! It does feel the same however so I presume it is the same.

C. - posted on 04/24/2010




Yeah, pretty much.. Even pushing out a 9 lb 2 oz baby, whose weight was almost all in his face- I'm not kidding- everything is pretty much back to normal.

Lyndsay - posted on 04/17/2010




I think its pretty much the same as before. I waited five months after giving birth to have sex again so I gave it lots of time to tighten up.

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