The appearance, shape, and size of genitals vary from person to person as much as the shape and size of other body parts. There is a wide range of what is considered normal. Observing your own body can help you to learn what is normal for you. The following descriptions will be much clearer if you look at your genitals with a hand mirror while you read the text.
11 Things That Happen to Your Vagina After You Stop Having Sex, According to OB/GYNs
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It's time to explore literally beyond the clit. You probably hopefully know where your clitoris is located , and maybe you've found your G-spot, but have you heard of the A-spot? The O-spot? And did you know that your clitoris plays a central role in these pleasure zones as well? Here are four vaginal hotspots plus, info about the clitoris you most definitely need to be aware of, plus how to take full advantage of each.
6 Ways Your Vagina Changes As You Age
A woman in Arizona who was born without a vagina — the result of a rare condition — is speaking out about her condition, and raising money for a surgery to treat it. Kaylee Moats, who is 22, first learned she did not have a vagina when she was 18 and had never had a menstrual period, according to a video about Moats' case , made by Barcroft TV. An ultrasound performed at her doctor's office revealed that she did not have a uterus, cervix or vagina. It happens when, during embryonic development, the female reproductive organs including the uterus, cervix and vagina do not develop properly. As a result, the uterus and vagina may be underdeveloped or absent entirely, the NIH said.
No longer. Read on to discover exactly how your vagina transforms and adjusts to maturing, as well as tips from experts on keeping it healthy and yes, active. The hair down there Perhaps the most noticeable change in your vaginal area is the greying, thinning, and loss of pubic hair.