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This couple is not trying to conceive, which is why they chose this infertile day of her cycle to have unprotected sex. Both photos are taken on the day before she began bleeding — you can see some fresh blood at the os. The first is pre-arousal.
The vagina is a stretchable muscular cavity lined with mucous membranes in the female reproductive system that extends from the uterus womb to the vaginal opening. The cervix of the uterus forms the interior end of the vagina, while the vulva —or the external parts of the female genitalia—and labia singular: labium form the exterior end. The vaginal opening may be slightly covered or surrounded by the hymen.
Our vaginas give us pleasure, allow us to have children, go through menstruation once a month and then, eventually, menopause. Which makes it even more important to pay special attention to day to day hygiene when it comes to this female area. We spoke to Dr Jullien Brady, a consultant gynaecologist for GynaeHealth UKabout everything we need to know around vaginal hygiene — during a normal day, a gym day, a sex day and during the menopause.
For millennia, humans have been fascinated by the mysteries of female ejaculation — where does that gushy stuff come from? What makes it burst forth? And what are its demands in our earthly realm?
It's nerve-wracking when you think something might be off when it comes to your vagina. BTW: Always check with your gyno when something doesn't look right. The most important thing to remember is that literally everyone with a vagina has discharge!
Consider the word vagina. It's often used to describe your ever-elusive lady parts as a whole, but it's actually a misnomer: Your vagina's technically inside of your body that's why an ob-gyn has to use a speculum to see it ; what many women are referring to when they say "vagina" is actually the vulva—your external genitalia. Familiarizing yourself with