By Carly Stern For Dailymail. Contrary to popular belief, most vaginas aren't neat little packages with all the pieces perfectly tucked in. Rather, vaginas all look quite different. However, according to a former bikini waxer who goes only by Mel to protect the identity of her clients, there are five different overall vagina shapes that she has seen in her career. While these types aren't scientific or 'a mathematic algorithm', Mel told Elite Daily : 'This is just to help women understand this weird "secret" [the appearance of our vaginas] we keep from our friends and society at large is not as scandalous or peculiar as we may have thought. Neat little package: A former bikini waxer said she has divided vaginas into five shapes, including the tidy Ms. Type two: Illustrated by Kylah Benes , they also include the Ms. Puff, which is like the Ms.
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Obviously we all know that, but it bears constant repeating. Seriously: respect. What can you do, penis? And we all know that's the measurement that matters. The typical baseline diameter of a vagina is about 3 cm, according to Yale Medical School clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology Mary Jane Minkin, M. You do the math. Actually, we did it already. And wow.
Calling it your vagina is OK. Yes, the word "vagina" can sound weirdly formal for something that is attached to your body, but it's not Voldemort. If you need to talk to your doctor about an itch or a bump spoiler alert: you probably will at some point, and it's nothing to be embarrassed about girlprobs , lose the synonyms and just say it. It'll make the convo less awkward in the long run. Down where? What you're calling your vagina might not actually be your vagina. At some point in human history, "vagina" somehow became a catch-all for everything between our legs?! But the truth is, that's not technically correct. You don't have hair on your vagina!
Lower on that list—for me at least—is the possibility that along with my chin and boobs, my vagina could actually start to sag one day. Ah, Mother Nature—she can be a blessing and a bitch. Sounds deeply unappealing, right? I spoke to Brooklyn-based gynecologist Dr. Amir Marashi , who has performed the procedure which was FDA-approved in and has been gaining popularity in last few years , to find out more about how it works. One woman, Ashley, is a year-old mom of one who got the treatment after giving birth. After three sessions, she reported feeling tighter, having less trouble with incontinence, and experiencing more pleasure during sex again.