Despite its uniqueness, little is known about it because of our cultural, religious and psychological makeup.
For example, do you know that there no two akosua kumas in the world that look the same, smell the same, or feel the same.
Yeah, relax because you are a special chick with a special vag*na.
In this article, you are going to read some basic facts about the vag*na which makes it unique and different from other organs in the human body.
1. Women do not pee through their vag*na. Are you surprised? Curious but that is the truth. Most people don’t know this too. There are three openings in your private part; the urethra ( where you pee through), the vag*na and the anus.
2. Your vag*na can turn itself inside out. This condition known as the Pelvic Prolapse happens as people get older but can be fixed. Estrogen decline and multiple deliveries are usually the common risk factors.
3. Once your virginity is broken it cannot be recovered. There are myths that there are ways of getting your virginity back but Don’t be fooled such myths are not true. Once your virginity is gone, forget it, it is gone for good. There is no way to get it back.
4. Your akosua kumal muscles need exercise just like the muscles in other parts of your body, your pelvic muscles ( the ones found in your akosua kuma) need exercise too. If you do not engage in the atopaual act regularly, make sure you make up for it by engaging in some exercise routine.
5. Every vulva ( vag*nal lip) is different There is no general design to what the outer layer of your akosua kuma should look like. Every vulva differs form the other. Learn to accept yours the way it is.
6. Most women don’t get orgasms from atopa alone If you have been wondering, well this is it. Most women need their clitoris to be directly stimulated during atopa and not the atopaual act itself.
7. The vag*na doesn’t need to be douched. The vag*na is a self-cleansing organism and doesn’t need you spraying it or douching with other products just to get it to smell better. Your akosua kuma has its own natural smell and its nothing like your perfume. Except you have an infection, any smell it emits is normal.
8. Vag*nal discharge varies from woman to woman How much akosua kumal discharge you make varies widely. Some normal, healthy women spew loads of discharge and need to wear panty liners every day. Others are bone dry. As long as you are not at risk of STD’s and you have no itching, burning, or odor, you’re probably just fine. If in doubt, see your gynecologist.
9. Your menstrual blood is supposed to clot Don’t get worried just yet when you see some clotting in your menstrual blood, its usually just your uterine lining. On the other hand, when you see some clotting accompanied by a heavy flow, then something might be up.
10. As you get older, your akosua kuma might feel drier during atopa. No matter how young a woman is, it is okay to need lubrication during atopa but this is more rampant among older women.
11. Your vag*na farts too Usually called a ‘queef’ or ‘varts’, the akosua kuma can emit sounds just like a fart during atopa or exercise. Don’t be embarrassed its perfectly normal.
12. After giving birth akosua kumally, it’s okay to feel loose as giving birth stretches out your akosua kumal muscles so it is perfectly okay if your akosua kuma hangs loose for a while after that.
13. Sex should not be painful. If you experience pain during atopa, don’t keep quiet about it. See your doctor.