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    SMALL VAGINAL OPENING - NORMAL?
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    Who_Sfgas_Whois_Fatalityz posted:
    Is there some type of disorder concerning a small vagina opening? Or is it because someone is young, or has hormonal inbalances? :frown: Thank you.
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    mellie1986 responded:
    when i was a virgin(18yrs to be exact) i had a small vaginal opening..very small, as in when my bf tried to insert his fingers one at a time I blacked out from the pain..the only one he could insert was his pinkie and even that cause me discomfort. I was never able to use tampons either, even the 'easy glide' tampons. So dont worry its just part of your anatomy/how your body is built. After 8months of sex(kinda long) my vaginal opening widened and it doesnt anymore. :smile:


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