Question for parents (Sex related)

After giving birth, did you notice a loss of tightness?

  • Yes, it was not so tight anymore as before

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  • No, it was pretty much the same....

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  • Didnt notice anything, was too busy with other stuff.

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VelvetVampire

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Apr 29, 2010
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I was looking at some of the offers on an aff network and I need some feedback from either moms or dads. it's a rather personal question so my apologies for that, its not my intention to offend anyone. Im not a parent myself and well its not the kinda question i would ask my own mom :D

The product I was interested in was a vagina tightening creme and i was thinking of ways to market it. thats where i got the idea that maybe it would be a great help for women who (recently) had given birth and 'suffered' from... well you know, not being so tight anymore down there as before.

I think its a huge gap to fill so I would like to hear some of your thoughts on this. Thank you for reading my post.

P.S: I included a poll so you can vote anonymous.
 
I had two c-sections so no loss here. Well, no loss of tightness anyhow. Do you have a "renew your sanity" cream? :smirk:

However, I do think it is a valid concern among new moms. There were quite a few references to the issue in some of the newer/hipper baby books I read.
 
. Do you have a "renew your sanity" cream? :smirk:
hehe im afraid not. maybe some herbal weed? yes, you can get high in a legal way ;)


However, I do think it is a valid concern among new moms. There were quite a few references to the issue in some of the newer/hipper baby books I read.

:) good to know, i'll do some test campaigns


thanks.
 
I am not a parent, not a woman, nor a man. Gay for short : ) But why would tightness be a problem after giving birth? Everything loosens up and become slippery when you are aroused right? So what's the problem?
 
I am not a parent, not a woman, nor a man. Gay for short : ) But why would tightness be a problem after giving birth? Everything loosens up and become slippery when you are aroused right? So what's the problem?

I'm a guy and I can say that "slippery" is included, but there's more of a contraction than a loosening.

To the OP; my best guess is that it does loosen up. I guess it would be common sense, but I have been wrong. However, if you are not able to market it to women that already gave birth, try selling it as a "natural creme" that will not leave the lady with loose parts after birth.
 
I have 2 kids and nothings funnier than the look on the Drs. face when you ask him to put a Daddy Stitch in...lmao.. I will never forget it.
 
This isn't funny as it is a valid concern, but I had no idea I would wake up today and learn about this topic. It's good to know though.

I'm with xplicit, "To Doctor: No I do not wan to supersize it, I'll take one daddy stitch to go."

Back to the OP - This could be a legit product as long as you can link to valid article's. You may want to hit up lehpet and find out where she has been reading about this concern so that she can make reference to it and add creditability to the promotion.
 
I've had 6 children Kegel exercise is the best med to strengthening the pelvic muscles. Everything goes back to where it should be ;) anyway.
Although i could see a first time Mom worry from not knowing what to expect.
 
Hmmm i think the looseness is not a big problem at all for guy..
But after all, it's a product for woman.. I can't give a better opinion, but my opinion is the product is unique.. Will support you.. :D:weather05
 
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