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FEMALE SEX ORGANS: KNOW MORE ABOUT ( VIRGINAL AND CLITORIS )

FEMALE SEX ORGANS: KNOW MORE ABOUT ( VIRGINAL AND CLITORIS )

Female s3x organs

At this stage also, our bodies start to develop, getting set for making babies. This is the organ needed to make babies.

 

Most ladies don’t know about the different holes in their private region. There is the urethra hole aka the pee hole where the urine comes out from, there is the vagina hole where babies come out from and where the penis enters during sex and there is the anal hole or the butt hole where feces pass out.

 

 

    • Vagina: It is a small passageway leading out of the uterus. Your menstrual flow leaves your body through the vagina.
    • Urethra: It is the tube that leads from the bladder and transports and discharges urine outside the body. It is located above the vaginal opening. The urethra in ladies is shorter than that in guys.
    • Labia minora: the two small inner folds of skin with the shape of lips that form the margin of the vagina
    • Labia majora: the two outer folds of skin that lie on either side of the vagina opening.
    • Clitoris: It is located in front of the urethra. It is a sensitive external organ that is capable of being erect
    • Anus: the opening at the end of the alimentary canal through which solid waste matter leaves the body.
    • Hymen: a thin membrane that surrounds the opening to the vagina. Hymens can come in different shapes.

 

 

FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE HYMEN

Do you know not all ladies bleed the first time they have sex? Well, this is true. Stick around to find out more.

 

What does the hymen look like?

One of the most important things you should know about hymens is that it varies from one lady to another; there are four types of hymen shapes:

 

– Normal hymen: This is the most common hymen type among women, in which it takes the shape of a half-moon covering the vagina partially.

 

– Microperforated hymen: That’s when the hymen covers the whole vagina with only a small opening.

 

– Septate hymen: The type of hymen where the membrane has two openings instead of one.

 

– Imperforate hymen: An imperforate hymen is a thin membrane that completely covers the opening to the vagina. It is mostly diagnosed when a lady enters puberty and menstrual blood cannot flow out of the vagina causing the blood to go up into the vagina which often develops into an abdominal mass and abdominal and/or back pain. The treatment for an imperforate hymen is minor surgery to remove the extra hymenal tissue and create a normal sized vaginal opening so that menstrual blood can flow out of the vagina.

 

Do all women have hymens?

No, although most women are born with hymens, there is a small percentage of females who are born without hymens. What is also worthy to note is that not all women bleed the first time they have sex.

 

What causes a hymen to break?

Different reasons, meaning it doesn’t “break” the first time of having sex. People usually refer to the partial rapture of a hymen when having sex for the first time as breaking, but let us clarify something here.

 

Hymens have an elastic nature and they vary in their elasticity from one woman to another, which means that the breakage process also differs. Also, the hymen breakage during the first intercourse would highly depend on the nature of it, and if it has worn out due to other factors.

 

In case the hymen wasn’t worn out, and has average or low elasticity, part of it raptures during intercourse and causes bleeding. There are types of hymens which are very fragile, so they wear out very easily, whether it’s from age or aggressive movements or sports (gymnastics, horse riding, extreme falls targeting the lower part of your body, etc…)

 

There is also a type of hymen which is extremely elastic. This type can be stretched when having sex without breaking if there is a sufficient opening. If the opening is small, that means you will not be able to have sex unless having minor surgery to remove part of the hymen.

 

Does a woman bleed only when the hymen breaks?

This is one of the most common misconceptions. A woman can bleed during her first intercourse due to several reasons:

 

  1. If she isn’t aroused and lubricated enough during penetration, causing tearing and abrasion to the tissue of a woman’s vulva, which leads to bleeding.

 

  1. When the man is too rough during sex, which causes the tearing of the tissue inside a woman’s vulva.
  2. Due to medical infections, where sexually transmitted infections could cause bleeding.
  3. As a result of hymen breakage.

 

In conclusion, this is the basic information you need to know about hymens. Virginity is not about a piece of membrane that wears off with time or a few drops of blood that could be the result of rough intercourse. It is the mutual trust between two people.

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  1. So interesting… Thank you so much for this piece of knowledge.

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