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Below are 21 solid things you should know about your v*gina:
One of the controversial facts about va ginas is female Release. Yes, females release. And again, it doesn’t make you abnormal if you don’t or haven’t yet. There are two explanations of female Release. If your Release is a small amount and of a milky consistency, it is likely a discharge from the paraurethral glands in response to climax. If it is a decent amount it is more likely to be urine caused by contractions of the bladder. In many cases it is a combination of both.
2. Clots Are Normal
Menstrual blood can sometimes be a bit freaky as it doesn’t flow like blood from elsewhere in the body. This is because the ‘blood’ is actually uterine lining. The womb lining is rich with blood in readiness to make a safe and healthy home for a fetus, so clotted blood is normal during your period. You need not be concerned unless the clots are large, heavy and bleeding is prolonged.
3. Dead End
Your v*gina is a two way street but it is a cul-de-sac. The v*gina leads to the womb and nowhere else. Anything entering your v*gina cannot access anywhere else in your body. If you have lost something in your v*gina you can retrieve it but never use any kind of tool. And always, always remember to take out the last tampon of your period, otherwise you put yourself at great risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome.
4. Vulva Variety
The first of the things you should know about your v*gina is that there is no right or wrong ‘look.’ The vulva are the outer lips of your vaginal area and every woman’s vulva is different. You might have plump, curvy vulva or thin, elegant vulva. Embrace your shape – all vulva are beautiful and unless you are in discomfort or a P0*n star, there‘s no reason to consider labiaplasty (vaginal rejuvenation surgery).
5. Pee is for manhood
Men urinate through their man-hood. However, women do not pee through their v*gina. Your bladder empties through the urethral opening, which is under the clit*ris and above the vaginal opening.
6. Like a Virgin
Sorry girls, but once it’s gone, it stays gone. Losing your virginity is a one-time only offer. Losing your virginity refers to the breaking of the hymen, a membrane that partially closes the v*gina – and yes, it can be broken by things other than penile penetration, but you remain a virgin until your first act of s3xual intercourse.
Your v*gina is a muscle and contracts and stretches just like other muscles do. And just like other muscles, if you don’t use them, you lose them.
8. Wow- Stretchy
While on the subject of muscles, the v*gina muscle is incredibly stretchy for birthing. This can leave you feeling loose. If your v*gina isn’t as tight as you like, or is suffering from being a bit goosey loosey after you’ve had kids, va ginal exercises can do wonders. Known as Kegel exercises, get to work by contracting and relaxing 10 times for 3 sets a few times a day. If you’re not sure, try to stop the flow of urine when you pee – that will demonstrate exactly what you need to be doing.
9. To Douche or Not to Douche?
There is no need to douche. Another of the things to know about your v*gina is that it has a signature smell that is unique to you. Why would you want to mask that smell with douches that smell like rose petals or the ocean? If you are douching because you have a particularly strong odor and it could be the sign of an infection, so instead of reaching for a douche spray, seek medical advice.
You are not abnormal if you need to use lubricant during s3x and many women experience this as they age. A dry v*gina can make s3x uncomfortable and a real turn off. Turn your dry problem into fun by using flavored lubes.
11. Discharge is Normal Too
Another of the things to know about v*ginas is that discharge is completely natural, but there’s also no need to be concerned if you don’t have any. The amount of discharge varies greatly from woman to woman and also varies at different times during the menstrual cycle. If, however, you have itching, burning and odor together with discharge, it is best to seek medical attention.
You should not feel pain when you have s3x. One of the obvious facts about your v*gina is that it is specifically designed for s3x. That is its function. Don’t put up with painful s3x and do not suffer in silence – see your gynecologist or MD.
Not every woman experiences climax and few attain it purely from penetration. Climax is usually generated by clitoral stimulation either with the fingers or finding the perfect position during penetration.
One of the things you should know about your v*gina is, although you have a G-Spot, it isn’t always easy to find. Many women spend their s3xual lives searching for that elusive sweet spot that is meant to be the key to climax. Apparently, the best way to find it is stimulate the front wall of your v*gina using come hither motion with your finger. But, if you can’t locate it, it won’t stop you having great s3x.
15. Embarrassing Noises
This is one of these unforgiving facts about v*ginas. Vaginal farts (aka varts) are normal, healthy and absolutely nothing to worry about – albeit they can be somewhat embarrassing.
Your v*gina is precious and you should treat it with respect. Did you know that you can catch sexually transmitted diseases and infections even if you use condoms? During s3x, the vulva are exposed to and come into contact with the private part area and scrotum, which may be infected with herpes, private part warts, chlamydia or worse. Rule – choose your partners carefully and seek medical help at the very first sign of any symptoms of an STI.
17. Fashion Accessory
Although the v*gina is not usually a topic of conversation and is still kept private and under wraps, it has in more recent times become a part of the body where appearance is now more considered. There’s a multitude of choices if you want to “decorate” your v*gina – waxing, piercing, tattooing, and shaving. Your choice!
18. Smear Test
The last of the things you should know about your v*gina that I want to share with you is about Pap smear tests. Grit your teeth and bear with because it’s important as it tests for cervical cancer. However, bear in mind that what it doesn’t test for is ovarian cancer, uterine cancer or any non-vaginal but connected areas.
19. It Gets Wrinkles Too
As we age, our face isn’t the only thing that does. Our vaginas can develop wrinkles especially as we near age 45 or 50. This happens simply because our skin loses muscle tone and the labia changes in appearance. It becomes less plump, because less estrogen is being produced in the body. The labia are the fatty pads of the v*gina that house collagen. Collagen is the fibers of the skin that show wrinkles, or help us look youthful. When estrogen decreases, collagen production dissipates, which leads to wrinkles.
20. It Can Change Colour
Again, our face isn’t the only thing that ages with time. Just like we develop age spots, so does our v*gina. The skin of the vulva lighten or darken in color. It’s nothing to be afraid of, and most likely, the change is hardly noticeable.
21. Fall out
One of the facts about vaginas you may not know is that it can “fall out.” in what is known as a pelvic prolapse.