Will The Vaginal Opening Be Easily Seen If It Is Still A Virgin?
Hello doctor. I am 23 years old british woman. I have been curious about where the Miss V hole will be entered by Mr. P, so because I was curious to find the hole in my v. And when I found out, I tried to put one of my fingers into my v. And at that time my fingers can enter easily, is that because I’m no longer a virgin? I am still a student and not married. R nAnd when I put one of my fingers, I experienced quite a lot of vaginal discharge. R nAfter that I could see my vaginal opening, I was worried that I was not a virgin anymore because my vaginal opening was visible . r nWhat is this, that the miss v hole will be seen even if it’s still a virgin? r nPlease answer doctor.
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Need to be clarified, have you ever had sexual intercourse to date?
Virgin in the medical realm is defined as a woman who has never had sexual relations. However, for the layman, virginity is often defined differently. Most people assume that virgins are identical to women who have an intact hymen (hymen). Though this definition is actually not quite right. Because, many women who have had sex still have an intact hymen because of its elastic nature. Many women have never had sexual relations but have incomplete hymen, for example due to injuries while riding a bicycle, side effects of medical procedures carried out around the vagina, or also because it was not formed since birth.
If you are not married, and have never had sexual relations, of course you are still a virgin. Virgin or not less precise when interpreted with certain anatomical forms of the vagina, including whether or not the vaginal opening is easy to see. Physically, observing the vaginal opening in women can indeed be easily done, both in women who are still virgins, or not. It's just that women who have had sex frequently and have given birth before do tend to have larger vaginal opening. However, that does not mean women who are still virgins and then the vagina can not be seen at all. Women who have had frequent sexual relations and have given birth can have a small vaginal opening if they take good care, for example by diligently exercising to tighten the perineal muscles.
Your action of inserting a finger into the vaginal opening does not necessarily make you not a virgin, as long as you have never had sexual relations before. However, this kind of action you should not do, because it has the potential to cause injury or tears in your reproductive organs, not only the vagina, but can also be deeper organs. If your fingers are not clean, this procedure also risks making your vagina and other reproductive organs become infected. This is the possibility that causes you to experience excessive vaginal discharge.
Our advice, stop your habit of doing these actions. Improve your personal hygiene, especially your vaginal area well. Avoid all forms of risky sexual activity. Also avoid excessive masturbation. Change your underwear at least 2 times a day. And avoid using fragrance soap or other products that can irritate the vagina.
If your vaginal discharge does not improve, check yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in skin and genitals.
I hope this helps.