Explanation About Female Vagina?
I have 2 daughters, his brother is 4 years old and his sister is 1.5 years old. I want to ask why my son has a difference in his gender when he has holes while his sister has a tight hole, I’m afraid that if my 4 year old child breaks the vaginal wall but never bleeds, what if a small child won’t bleed, geez, please explain, I’m afraid my child why Napa,,,
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Need to clarify, how the hole you mean. Does the hole appear between the right and left vaginal lips? Where is the exact location of the hole? What does the hole look like? Is the hole oozing fluid or pus? How long has it been since the hole appeared?
Between the right and left vaginal lips normally there is a hole. This hole will later release menstrual blood when your child has entered puberty. In women, the vaginal opening is adjacent to the urinary opening. The absence of this hole can actually prevent your second child from menstruating due to an anatomical blockage.
If what you are worried about is the hymen (hymen) that is no longer intact, then you should also know that most women have hymenal gaps. What often makes bleeding during intercourse for the first time is not because of the tearing of the hymen which originally did not have a hole. The hole in the hymen is still there even though the woman has never had sex. It's just that, penile penetration can make a tear on the right or left side of the hymen so that it often causes bleeding. In some cases, there are also women who have hymen without holes at all, some even have no hymen at all. This is part of the genetic variation that does not need to be worried as long as it does not interfere with its function.
However, it is true, there are also some conditions that can cause abnormal openings in the vagina, for example due to vaginal fistulas. Fistula itself is a term for abnormal channels that appear in the body. In the vagina, which often appears is a rectovaginal fistula. This fistula connects abnormally between the rectum and the vaginal wall. There is also a fistula that connects the vagina with the bladder, colon, uterus, urethra, or small intestine. In this case, it is necessary to perform surgical correction by a doctor.
Because the information is very limited, we recommend that you check your two children directly to a pediatrician so that it can be determined whether the vaginal condition is still categorized as normal or not. Further treatment will be carried out according to the cause of your child's complaint.
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dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah