Pneumothorax is one of the most common symptoms in patients with lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM). However, current management strategies for patients with LAM who present with recurrent pneumothorax remain inadequate. Here, we describe the successful prevention of recurrent pneumothorax by sirolimus treatment in five women with LAM. Before sirolimus treatment, all patients had received supplemental oxygen support, repeated chest tube drainage, or surgeries for management of the recurrent pneumothorax. Sirolimus treatment was initiated when the pneumothorax was completely resolved, and no patient developed pneumothorax during treatment. Moreover, they exhibited a significantly improved subjective quality of life, increased exercise capacity, and mild adverse effects such as mucositis, irregular menstruation, and delayed wound healing. On discontinuation of sirolimus or in the event that the plasma sirolimus level was markedly low, pneumothorax tended to relapse. The findings from these cases provide valuable insights that will aid in the improvement of treatment strategies for patients with LAM and recurrent pneumothorax.