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Where your vagina hole is under your clitoris should there be a lump in it? I am really worried about it

[No first name supplied - female] on 16 July 2011 8 Comments

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  • You're going to have to be more explicit.
    At the top of your vulva is your clitoris.
    Below that is the place your urine comes out.
    Below that is your vagina.
    The inside of the vagina near the entrance can be a little bumpy and rough.

    I'm not really sure what you're talking about, but if you're worried maybe you can talk to your mum (or older sister or aunt or grandma or something), or go see your GP.

    Posted by Omi on 19 July 2011  |  2 people found this useful

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  • I know what you are talking about! I have that as well, I get really worried about whether my vagina is actually too small because it seems to be taking up all the space!

    Posted by Gillian on 23 July 2011  |  1 person found this useful

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  • Well I do! I don't think so... x

    Posted by Mary on 21 July 2011  |  0 people found this useful

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  • i have the same thing, at first i thought i had genital warts but turns out it's normal!! :)

    Posted by curlytotz23 on 21 July 2011  |  0 people found this useful

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  • You're going to have to be more explicit.
    At the top of your vulva is your clitoris.
    Below that is the place your urine comes out.
    Below that is your vagina.
    The inside of the vagina near the entrance can be a little bumpy and rough.

    I'm not really sure what you're talking about, but if you're worried maybe you can talk to your mum (or older sister or aunt or grandma or something), or go see your GP.

    Posted by Omi on 19 July 2011  |  2 people found this useful

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  • Hey,

    If you are worried about any lumps or bumps just go see your doctor. If you would rather see a female just ask. They are trained to do this and it is better safe than sorry.

    Posted by Chloe on 19 July 2011  |  0 people found this useful

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