me llamo muy loco (they call me very crazy) (mellamomuyloco) wrote in vaginapagina,
me llamo muy loco (they call me very crazy)

cervical anatomy question

Okay, so I've only just been to a gynecologist for the first time this week. (I'm 25, so my PCP has been badgering me for years, but I've also never been sexually active. I only finally went because my periods have been getting unbearable.) So the doc was guiding her student to do the exam on me, and she had some trouble getting in. I thought I knew generally how things work down there, but I'm stumped, because doc said something to the student about me having a "posterior lip". She didn't seem concerned, but apparently that was why they had to adjust to get in. Now, I've never heard of such a thing, and all Google is giving me is a bunch of stuff about pregnancy! What is this? Will it get in the way of things? (Mostly re: penetration, although this may also explain why I have trouble inserting tampons?) Come to think of it, this was right after my period, so is it a structural tihng or just temporary because of the cervix adjusting? I'm finding nothing! Help me, VP-wan Kenobi, you're my only hope
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