The v@gina is one of the most important female organs, mainly due to its sexual functions and its role in childbirth. But many people do not know much about the v@gina, and it remains a mystery that fascinates women as well as men equally.
The v@gina is intriguing and there are many crucial facts about your vagina that you may not even be aware of.
It Can Expand Greatly
On average, a woman’s vagina is about 3 inches wide and 3.5 inches deep. However, it is not rigid. In fact, it can expand by up to 200 percent in size. Inside the vagina is a series of ridges produced by folds of the vagina that allow it to extend and stretch.
The vagina is basically a self-cleaning organ. It is lined by a variety of glands that produce fluids needed to both lubricate and cleanse the vaginal area. The fluids help flush out bad bacteria and maintain a healthy pH level.
Age Affects the V@gina
Age can affect the appearance of your vagina, just like it does to your face, breasts and bottom. With advancing age, breasts can get saggy. Somewhat similarly, pregnancy, childbirth, hormonal changes, genetics and years of gravity can weaken the supports of the female genital tract, which in turn causes sagging.
It’s Impossible to Lose Something in the V@gina
Many women are afraid that hygienic products, such as a tampon, can get lost in their vagina. There is no truth to it, as you simply can’t lose something in your vagina. At the inner end, the vagina is bound by the cervix as well as its own tissue. In simple terms, this female body part is not connected to another area of your body.