Hello, I am 15 years old, and i have a huge Labia Manora. I beieve this means the outer lips of the vagina. I am so uncomfortable all the time. I have to put toilet paper in my underwear because of all the vaginal discharge that i get daily. i masterbate a lot, does that have to do with it? I am embaressed for anyone to see it. My friends and sisters joke around and call it a "penis." When I was little, I didn't know what it was and I used to stretch it out and play with it. Now, I am uncomfortable and ashamed of my Vagina. I tried so many times to tuck it in and hide it under. I don't want surgery because I am scared of it. Is there any possible way to shrink it? Please, please please please, help me?):
If you think you have an excessive amount of discharge talk to your mother, sister, aunt or trusted female about it and consult a gynecologist if need be to discuss how to handle it better. I'm a male but I do know that if something isn't comfortable or seems excessive amounts see one.
Your sister and her friends are brats and also ignorant about their bodies, genitals, shapes, sizes and differences. No two labia, vulvas or even penises in males look alike. In fact, you should be relieved to know that what you're dealing with is NO problem at all.
It's quite common in females to have slightly larger labia that peers or in general. Everyone is different and you aren't a freak of nature. It's common but not everyone talks about it and you don't see diagrams in health class or in magazines and stuff meant for adults--but it's common.
In fact, the added tissue may in fact enhance things sexually later on in life. So, it's not such a bad thing. I know of no surgery for this (not saying there isn't) but I wouldn't bother if there were as aside from being a crazy teenager you're pretty normal anatomically.
Razhie answered Monday May 17 2010, 1:20 am: You can't shrink them. Please don't try. You'll likely harm yourself.
Your best bet is to talk to a doctor and ask for their advice, however, you already know what their advice is likely to be: Accept it, it's normal.
And it is normal. Vaginas are all very different. This one is yours and it's only one you get. The only person you are going to hurt by being ashamed of something completely normal, is yourself...
Don't sabotage your relationships, your sex life and your self esteem by letting this plague you. If your doctor says you are healthy and fine, try to accept your body for what it is. [ Razhie's advice column | Ask Razhie A Question ]
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