This Gallery contains pictures of NAKED female genitals
Different Women Are Not Abnormal Human Anatomy Of Normal Healthy Women’s Vulvas – Labia Majora and Labia Minora – All Look Different This section shows a selection of Vulva Medical Pictures In Our Labia Photo Gallery (Sizes and Shapes of Vaginal Lips Pics and our Image Gallery of External Female Genitalia Anatomy Photos show what’s visible externally (vulva) and internally (vagina) on medical genital examination)
(Embarrassing Bodies: Some women mistakenly call their vulva their vagina, without realising that the vagina is an internal area. It is hidden from external view.
What they can see in the mirror or their partner can see during a sexual examination, is their vulva.)
At some stage in their life, most women, unless they have sex with other women, don’t get to see another woman’s labia/vulva, but worry about whether they are normal ‘down there’. Medically, it is useful if women know what they usually look like, so they can notice if anything changes. It is their vulva, and young women should be encouraged to check themselves with a mirror so that they know their usual appearance and can notice if anything changes. When they are familiar with their appearance in times of health, they can notice times of difference. And, if differences are noticed, it’s important to pop along to see a doctor or nurse who can check for early signs of abnormality – or just reassure the woman.
If in doubt about anything, at any time, get it checked – without delay.
And, if you can’t get an appointment immediately, in case visible symptoms change/improve/deteriorate, take some good quality digital images of whatever you’re worried about. This can then be shown to your chosen healthcare professional.
To avoid a condom bursting during sex: · Ensure that all the air has been removed from the teat of the condom during application. If not, the pressure of ejaculation (at about 28 mph) increases the likelihood of the condom bursting under pressure. Condom bursting in contact with Baby Oil · Do not use oil
Why can I use condoms with water based lubricant and not products like Vaseline® or Baby Oil ? Oil interacts with the latex of the condom and perishes it in a relatively short period of time. Water based lubricants do not. Oil based lubricants are only safe to use with nitrile or polyurethane male or
What you should know before sex with a new partner ? If you’re a virgin, and your partner’s also a virgin, you’re having sex and contact with the germs of just one person. If you’re a virgin and your first partner has had sex with, for example, 5 people, you’re having sex and contact with
Viruses, Bacteria & Other Infectious Organisms Viruses are the most widespread group of parasites. · They are visible only by using powerful electron microscopes. · They attack our immune system. · Antibiotics do not work against them. Currently, there’s no treatment – only alleviation of symptoms until such time as your immune system deals with
What causes infection and what infections do they cause ? There are several different types of infection and genital condition, as well as many varieties within each type or group. Generally speaking, they are caused by: · Viruses. · Bacteria. · Other infectious organisms – eg. parasites. They cause: · Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) · Balanitis
Why can’t I get a condom on easily ? How do I get a condom on ? Because there are several different shaped glans penises, you should try different condoms until you find one to suit you. Some men find that that they feel tight – but you will be able to find one that suits
Why do condoms slip off and stay inside during sex ? If you don’t have a fully erect penis – or if you haven’t unrolled the condom fully and correctly to the hair line – it’s more likely to slip during use. You should check occasionally during sex to make sure that the condom is
Oh no! It came off… What’s going on? To avoid the condom slipping off and staying inside after sex, it’s essential that the condom is held on the shaft of the penis during withdrawal. A penis ‘shrinks’ from its erect size and shape when returning to its flaccid state. If the condom does slip off and stay
I’ve recently been diagnosed with Chlamydia and so has my boyfriend. We have both now been treated. How long do we have to wait before we can have sex again? – K Dear K Sorry about the Chlamydia, but at least it wasn’t gonorrhoea, which is now getting much harder to cure than it used
WillyWorries.com is coming back to life but still not quite where it was back in 2004. However, because we know that we now have so many women visiting WillyWorries.com, from all around the world (180 countries), and an increasing number offering to help by sending us their pictures for inclusion in the Vulva Gallery, we
Hi In the years gone by, we operated three interactive environments, now commonly recognised as a forums. We are bringing this feature back to WillyWorries.com At present, it is not accepting posts but we will update with further information once it’s able to accept posts and replies again. People helped each other with over 15,000 questions and
Why are condoms are too big for me ? Condoms fit all sizes of adult penis. Tighter, smaller condoms are now available. If you’re young, it’s sensible to wait until you are fully grown before trying to have sex. Alternatively your partner could use a Female Condom. See FEMALE CONDOM information.
I’m using Microynon 30®, one of the oldest Birth Control Pills – but I’m scared of getting HIV AIDS, genital herpes and genital warts because I’ve been told that even if I use a condom, I’m not protected against them, even if I use a condom alongside my birth control pills – and I’m really
Many, if not all women, wonder at some time whether their vagina is healthy, or if something is changing ‘down there’ that they should do something about. Here is an extremely good BBC.co.uk podcast about Vaginal Health which answers the question: What makes a healthy vagina? A woman’s vagina relies on a specific
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