What is something hard in your vagina?
You are probably referring to the round, hard, fleshy lump at the top of your vagina, similar in consistency to the tip of your nose. This is your cervix- the opening to your uterus. In its centre is a depression, which is where the cervical canal opens, in nulliparas (women who have never had children) this hole is almost completely closed (i.e. very narrow). In multiparous women, the hole is usually 1-2 mm in diameter. In late pregnancy, this hole dilates to approximately 1-2cm before expanding to 10 cm in labour to allow for the passage of the foetus. The fleshy part becomes really soft and effaced (flattened/thin- thanks to the effects of progesterone) and allows the dilation to 10cm.
If a guy fingers you to hard and tries to have sexprotected while youre not wet...what happens does your vagina get swollen and is it hard to walk if so is there something wrong with that?
1) The penis can go all the way into the vagina, depending on the penis and vagina in question. 7-10 inches is a pretty safe range. 2) The penis stays hard until it doesn't. Ideally, it stays hard until at least shortly after ejaculation. In some unfortunate cases it goes soft before that. To determine your own abilities practice is advised.
It could mean that during the intercourse it was either rough sex are to much manhood for the female in it cause a female not to he interested in the sexual intercourse or maybe the male has went into the vagina so hard could have hit something in the uterus that was either torn are becoming heal every vagina is not the same.
Vaginas are well-formed to allow the removal of most things simply by gently easing them out. If you have something inside your vagina that you cannot easily remove, it's off to the ER for you. Foreign objects should not be allowed to remain in the vagina for long, as this can create some serious health hazards.
For something to be judged as normal you would have to get data on the same thing being done many times. I doubt if you would be able to get the information to do this. However when keeping in mind that the vagina was not designed to accommodate hard unforgiving things like hair brushes I would say Yes, the vagina hurting after inserting a hairbrush would normal. There are a lot of things available that…