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I am surprised that searching for vaginal tightening is redirect to vaginoplasty which is quite incorrect. Tightening of vagina does not mean a surgery is needed. I think women are blinded to the only solution to their woes is surgery which can be traumatic to certain person and the time taken to recover, side effects, discharges, etc.

It's time to wake up and explore new possibilities. Here are some examples of how to tighten your vagina, how to tighten your vagina naturally which explore other possibilities. This page should be even more appropriate to redirect to Vaginal tightening or Kegel exercise page. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Chongfl (talkcontribs)

Vaginal versus pelvic[edit]

I find the beginning of the article unclear, and I believe misleading. It describes vaginal tightening as a synonym of pelvic muscles tightening - which I am quite confident is wrong. It also refers to the first reference ("Vaginoplasty and Labiaplasty". WebMD. Retrieved 13 October 2015.) for this claim - but I checked this reference, it does not even contain the word "pelvic".MarmotteiNoZ 22:02, 14 November 2016 (UTC)[reply]


This is a strange page, and a badly done one with lots of unsourced weird stuff in it.

What is sourced, is discussed in Vagina#Effects_of_aging_and_childbirth and some in Vagina#Surgery with more detailed discussion in Kegel exercise and almost nothing in Vaginoplasty. In my view we should have more information about the elective surgical procedure in vaginoplasty sourced mostly to this very good article which is also open source -- PMID 28860864. And we should redirect this to Vagina#Effects_of_aging_and_childbirth. Thoughts? Jytdog (talk) 04:34, 2 June 2018 (UTC)[reply]