== == There is a thin membrane of skin, called the hymen, that covers the vaginal opening in most girls before they have engaged in sexual activity. The hymen will have some type of opening through which menstrual fluid can pass; however, it could be possible that this opening is so small that you would not notice it. If you are concirned about this you should speak to your doctor about it. Note that you do not have to tell you parents (and you doctor will not tell you parents) if you talk to him/her about sexual questions or problems.
Because you are a boy.
The hymen is just within the opening to the vagina. It will either be just on the outside of the vaginal opening at the vestibule, or within the vaginal opening.
The vaginal opening is situated to the back of the vaginal folds, between the anus and the urethra. The urethra is the opening for urine to exit the body, it is the small opening in the center of the labial folds.
The vaginal orifice is the opening of the vagina
the vaginal opening that leads to the cervix. At your age though...I dont know
If you are talking about the opening of the vagina to the outside world, the most common term is "vaginal opening." But you may be looking for the term vaginal vestibule, which is just in front of the opening. If you are talking about the opening of the vagina to the cervix, the term would be the external OS of the cervix.
The hymen is tissue that surrounds the vaginal opening, it is different for everyone. Typically it will look like a crescent of tissue around the bottom/back of the vaginal opening, but in some people it may cover more of the vaginal opening.
The vulva (the outside) has 2 holes; the urethra and the vaginal canal. The vaginal canal (the inside) has one opening in the end and that is the cervix, the opening to the uterus.
The opening through which menstrual flow flows is the vaginal opening. Menstrual flow leaves the uterus via the cervix and then passes through the vaginal canal.
Your moms vaginal opening.
Through the vaginal opening.
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No it is not. The urethra is located higher up and right under the clitoris. The vaginal opening is closer to the anus and located inside the labia minora (inner lips).
Urinating out of the vaginal opening indicates the urethra has become compromised. Call the doctor to schedule an examination and determine appropriate treatment.
Your menstrual flow comes out via your vaginal opening. The vaginal opening is at the bottom/back of your vulva, between your urethra (where you urinate from) and your anus (where you deficate from) - the vaginal opening is the same hole that vaginal discharge comes out of. Try looking at diaphragms online, such as from sex education sites like Scarleteen, to get an idea of where to look.
The hymen is situated within the opening of the vagina, just within the vaginal opening or just on the inside of the vaginal opening. If a woman looks at her own vulva in a mirror she can easily see the hymen.
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It is a female condom which is inserted in the vaginal opening.
The vaginal walls are the borders of the opening that leads from the outside of the body to the cervix. They are muscular and flexible.
The cervix is located at the top of the vaginal canal, it is the opening to the uterus or womb.The hymen is tissue that surrounds the vaginal opening, it serves no function or purpose.
It's the vagina. That is what it's called on the inside. You can also say the vaginal canal.
No it has to be inside of her or directly at the vaginal opening vaginal.