If you like the shocking and sometimes stranger side of sex you have come to the right place! This week’s Seriously Strange Sex Series is taking a look at revirginization. You read that right, we’re talking about reverting back to being a virgin, not just abstinence or asexuality.
For many years, revirginization has been the process of a sexually active person attempting to regain virgin status by abstaining from sexual relations usually during the time just before marriage, however with medical advancements women are now able to regain their V-card with surgery.
Repairing Down There
Whether your reasons are religious, sexual, or personal if you are wanting to become a secondary virgin here’s what you need to know. If you’re just hoping to revirginize yourself the most noninvasive way is to abstain. Once you have gone three years without intercourse science says *poof* you’re a virgin again.
If you aren’t willing to wait or don’t think you can abstain for three years there is a more invasive but drastically quicker way to restore your virginity. Revirginization surgery, which is generally performed on an outpatient basis, and typically involves suturing the remains of the original hymen or constructing a new hymen out of other vaginal tissue. If you want to go for true authenticity you can have a gelatin capsule full of fake blood inserted so that losing your virginity is just as messy and painful the second time around.
If you aren’t looking for something quite so…authentic, but just as speedy then vaginal rejuvenation procedures are probably the best fit for you. You get the tight fit and elasticity of a virgin without the hymen to rupture. Some vaginal rejuvenations don’t even require medical intervention.
That’s right tightening those lady bits up without leaving the comfort of home. However, if you are looking for the fastest, best, results consulting a physician is your best bet. Several devices are now on the market that uses fractionated CO2 laser energy or advanced, next-generation radiofrequency energy to tighten and tone the genital area which also means no downtime.
Most often, a series of treatments are needed to achieve desired results and some doctor’s pair these treatments with a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection, known as the “O-Shot,” to improve the results. There is no shortage of vaginal rejuvenation options, we’ve coved a few of them here if you would like to know more.