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6 Vagina Facts Every Woman Should Know About.

Six Interesting Facts About the Vaginal Area That Every Woman Should Know.

Although every woman has a vagina, very few people are aware of this. Most of the time, this is a result of misinterpretation or ignorance. In addition, most people are raised in societies that restrict discussion of such topics.

This article discusses six facts about the vagina that every woman should be aware of. They're all displayed in the gallery below.

1. The correct name for the uterus is Vulva, not Vagina.

The vulva is almost often referred to when the term "vagina" is used. Even though it may not seem like it, the vagina is actually a component of the body. A muscular canal connects the uterus to the rest of your body. That which touches your underwear is referred to as the "vulva."

Peeing from the vaginal area is impossible.

Despite the fact that most women are surprised to find this, it is true. Research shows that women pee from their urethra, whereas men pee from their penis.... You have a urethra in your vulva before getting to your vagina.

Genital odor is intended to be present.

Many individuals believe that rose-scented vaginas are not common. That is not the case, however. Women's vaginas are scented in a way that mimics the odor of other bacteria. Smelling a fruity vaginal scent is nothing to be ashamed of. Soaps and perfumes can be used to lessen the odour.

The size and form of your vagina are unrelated.

Due to the length of their genitals, taller women may have shorter or longer genitals. The way a lady looks has no bearing on anything.

It's natural for your genitals to change with age.

The vagina, like many other sections of a woman's anatomy, undergoes changes as she gets older. With the beginning of menopause and old age, the vagina will never be the same.

The vagina darkens during pregnancy and menopause.

Changing vulval skin during pregnancy and menopause might include skin thinning and discolouration.

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Source: https://www.womansday.com/health-fitness/womens-health/a5466/8-things-you-didnt-know-about-your-vagina-113565/

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