I can't find my vagina hole?! Watch

Anonymous #1
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Hi guys,
I'm 19 and have been menstruating since i was 12, so i know i do have *something* down there. I recently tried to switch to tampons but i just cannot find my vagina (and by vagina i mean the ACTUAL vagina and not the vulva that everyone seems to call the vagina).

I have tried so so many times with and without mirror to see/feel for it but to no avail. I've even got my boyfriend to try too. This may sound vulgar but he's tried to ahem...finger me, but he just can't find the place. It bleeds every time he attempts to go in the general area of where the vaginal opening should be.
To add some comedic flare, we are both medical students and so obviously are aware of what the female anatomy looks like, so neither of us know what to do.
I haven't had sex before so perhaps it's just my hymen, but do you reckon i go to my GP or just keep explorin'? I've seen gynae exams and they make me rather uncomfortable!
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izukuhah
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If you've never had sex before then I really don't think tampons are the best option for you. Fingering will of course make you bleed because your vaginal.. barrier.. hasn't been 'broken down' during sex yet. This barrier will make it very hard for you to use tampons as you won't be able to put them in. If you're not ready to have sex then you could just use a sex toy to safely break your barrier (with lots of lube).

Er, good luck!
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hi guys,
I'm 19 and have been menstruating since i was 12, so i know i do have *something* down there. I recently tried to switch to tampons but i just cannot find my vagina (and by vagina i mean the ACTUAL vagina and not the vulva that everyone seems to call the vagina).

I have tried so so many times with and without mirror to see/feel for it but to no avail. I've even got my boyfriend to try too. This may sound vulgar but he's tried to ahem...finger me, but he just can't find the place. It bleeds every time he attempts to go in the general area of where the vaginal opening should be.
To add some comedic flare, we are both medical students and so obviously are aware of what the female anatomy looks like, so neither of us know what to do.
I haven't had sex before so perhaps it's just my hymen, but do you reckon i go to my GP or just keep explorin'? I've seen gynae exams and they make me rather uncomfortable!
Come on, you are a medical student, you know that the obvious thing to do is to see the GP. You clearly don't have an imperforate hymen if you are having periods but you might have a microperforate hymen or a vaginal septum or something. I'm assuming you've had a look with a mirror?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hi guys,
I'm 19 and have been menstruating since i was 12, so i know i do have *something* down there. I recently tried to switch to tampons but i just cannot find my vagina (and by vagina i mean the ACTUAL vagina and not the vulva that everyone seems to call the vagina).

I have tried so so many times with and without mirror to see/feel for it but to no avail. I've even got my boyfriend to try too. This may sound vulgar but he's tried to ahem...finger me, but he just can't find the place. It bleeds every time he attempts to go in the general area of where the vaginal opening should be.
To add some comedic flare, we are both medical students and so obviously are aware of what the female anatomy looks like, so neither of us know what to do.
I haven't had sex before so perhaps it's just my hymen, but do you reckon i go to my GP or just keep explorin'? I've seen gynae exams and they make me rather uncomfortable!
Time to see your doctor I think
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Why haven't you had sex?

My advice (as medical students) would be to get hold of a small speculum, a light source decent torch or even phone), some lube and have a good play about.

I'm 99% sure there is a way in without a GP intervening. How do all the uneducated kids manage to have sex?

The way is is down at the level of the perineum, not high up near the clitoris. Try with your legs completely spread, but otherwise on all fours from behind.
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From all the replies you got and if u are still thinking what to do? Then I would suggest please see the GP first or Visit sexual health clinic.
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From all the replies you got and if u are still thinking what to do? Then I would suggest please see the GP first or Visit sexual health clinic.
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(Original post by zeroharm)
From all the replies you got and if u are still thinking what to do? Then I would suggest please see the GP first or Visit sexual health clinic.
If this post true then go and see a doctor
Girls have a Virginia ok, you must be looking elsewhere as its obviously where it is - behind the hairly stuff ..ok.
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bro you a dude
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(Original post by Apachecow)
Why haven't you had sex?

My advice (as medical students) would be to get hold of a small speculum, a light source decent torch or even phone), some lube and have a good play about.

I'm 99% sure there is a way in without a GP intervening. How do all the uneducated kids manage to have sex?

The way is is down at the level of the perineum, not high up near the clitoris. Try with your legs completely spread, but otherwise on all fours from behind.
best response! when i go back to med school im getting a speculum and some stirrups... thank you!
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best response! when i go back to med school im getting a speculum and some stirrups... thank you!
If you can't fit a tampon up there, how are you going to fit in a speculum?
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