People want to have sex, and they want to know more about sex. With the progress of people's thinking, people are no longer as conservative about sex as they used to be, and people are eager to know everything about sex. Many people don't know much about sex. As far as women are concerned, after having sex, they still have a lot of things they don't understand about their physical problems. Let me briefly explain women's aspects. Some common sense.
The vagina is just one part of the reproductive organs
Many women view the vagina as the entirety of the female reproductive organs, which is wrong. Although the clitoris, vulva, and urethra are within an inch of each other, they are still separate parts of the reproductive organs. So, how do you define a woman's vagina? The vagina is a moist, muscular canal that begins in the genital area and extends about three inches toward the pelvis to the cervix (the opening to the uterus). The vagina will bring us orgasms, it is the place where "good friends" flow through every month, and it is also the exit for our baby to leave mother in the future.
Regular sex will make your vagina healthier. Because sex will exercise the vaginal muscles, thereby keeping them tight. In addition, the more mucus secreted because of excitement before sex, the less likely it is to cause vaginal damage during sex.
How much mucus is secreted
When women are excited, the vagina secretes mucus, which is the body's natural lubricant. But how much is normal? Some people have a lot of secretions, the whole vagina is wet, while others are just a little wet—and experts say these are normal.
Lots of bacteria in the vagina
Fear not, it is these bacteria that maintain the acidic environment in the vagina and keep us safe from infection. In your vagina, there are about 15 species of bacteria that make their camp, and they are the guardians against harmful microorganisms and bacteria.
Vagina makes noise during sex
Vaginal sounds during sex are mainly caused by the way your partner enters. If he "all in" and then "all out" every time, then air must be leaking in and out, and when the air is squeezed out of a relatively closed environment, it sounds like a fart Same.
Labia are rarely perfectly symmetrical
Just as one bosom is always fighting to be bigger than the other, so the labia on one side will be longer or thicker than its neighbors. No matter how incongruous you think your two slices are, experts will still say that they are within the normal range, and that their size and thickness will not affect your health or sexual pleasure.
The first inch is the most sensitive
Although the 2/3 near the cervix is an important part of arousing female libido, the first 1 inch is the most sensitive area for pleasure.