It’s NOT What You Think.

#1 "The G-spot doesn’t exist."

It’s NOT what you think. 

The G-spot DOES exist and it lies on the anterior wall of the vagina, about 5-8cm above the opening to the vagina. At first, touching the G-spot may make the woman feel as though she needs to urinate, but after a few seconds may turn into a pleasurable sensation. For some women, however, this stimulation remains uncomfortable, no matter how long the stimulation continues.

 

#2 "Frequent sexual intercourse leads to a loose vagina."

It’s NOT what you think.

There are two main causes for vaginal loosening: giving birth vaginally and a lack of estrogen. 

Giving birth vaginally takes a huge toll on the vaginal muscles. With multiple childbirths, the muscles stretch out so much each time that eventually it cannot revert back to its original tone and elasticity. The vaginal muscles need help to get it back to where it use to be, and if left untreated, could even lead to issues with urinary and fecal incontinence.

The second main cause for vaginal loosening is due to the loss of estrogen. Estrogen is the hormone that is responsible for the sexual organs of a woman. As she grows older or after she gives birth, she loses estrogen. This is a problem because this leads to issues like vaginal loosening caused by a loss of muscle tone and thinning of the mucosa layer of the vagina that’s responsible for lubrication. With the mucosa layer gone, there is not only the result of vaginal looseness, but there will also be vaginal dryness that can lead to painful sex during intercourse.

 

#3 "The elasticity of the vagina cannot be altered."

It’s NOT what you think.

In recent years, technology has been able to restore the elasticity of the vagina. It is an innovative CO₂ laser treatment that is applied along the vaginal walls and delivers very gentle controlled ablation and coagulation of the vaginal lining for improved vaginal health. The principle behind the treatment was to stimulate and increase the production of collagen with the use of an innovative CO₂ laser machine to restore the elasticity of the vagina.

 

#4 "Your vagina is the whole package down there."

It’s NOT what you think.

The vagina is organ that is located inside your pelvis. The vaginal opening is just inside the opening of the labia minora. The best general term for the whole external area is the vulva, which encompasses everything: the mons pubis, the clitoris, the urethra, the labia minora, labia majora, and the perineum are all in the vulva. The vagina is inside.

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#5 "Vaginas with pubic hair are unhygienic."

It’s NOT what you think.

It’s completely up to you whether you choose to shave, wax, trim or leave your pubes the hell alone, and everyone has their own reasons. But claims that those of us who opt to keep some hair down there are ‘unhygienic’ are false. Pubic hair is there to provide a natural barrier of protection for the area - what you choose to do with it is your business.

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#6 "Girls lose their virginity because they “broke” their hymen."

It’s NOT what you think.

Some believe that any disturbance to the hymen will result in its tearing. Hence it is not uncommon for girls to be advised to be careful when riding a bicycle or for young women to avoid using a tampon for fear that they can break their hymen.

In reality the hymen looks more like — using the words of a doctor who frequently performs hymen reconstruction — the petals of a flower. It has notches, folds and clefts, even in its virgin state. It is flexible with different densities. Some hymens are thin and some are thicker than others. 

In the event of a penetration, the hymen might be scarred. Yet, quite often, the hymen stretches and is left undamaged. It is then inaccurate to think that a sexual act will always result in changes to the hymen. There have been many cases that show women who are in possession of an annular smooth-edged hymen can in fact have been sexually active for years.

 

#7 "You can lose a tampon in your private part."

It’s NOT what you think. The hymen is a stretchy tissue that surrounds or partially covers the vaginal opening. When you insert a tampon for the first time, there are 2 scenarios that can happen:  a. Most likely the tampon will pass through without breaking your hymen
b. Another likely scenario is your hymen will stretch to allow the tampon to pass through. Unlikely scenario: Your hymen covers more of your vaginal opening and tears when you insert a tampon When the hymen tears, some girls may notice a slight pain and some girls may not feel anything at all.  The hymen has no real purpose and your vagina works completely fine whether the hymen is torn or in-tact.

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