The female sexual system consists of ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, vagina and external sexual organ (vulva).
The ovaries in women are two almond-shaped masses, each of which is 2.5 to 4 cm long, 1.5 to 3 cm wide, and about 1 cm thick.
Uterine tubes (fallopian tubes):
Uterine tubes, each of which is 12 cm long and 1 cm in diameter, guides the ovule that is released from the ovary to the uterus with its wave movements.
The uterus is a muscular and hollow organ in which the fetus is implanted and after sufficient growth, it is pushed out due to the contraction movements of this organ.
The vagina is an uneven and flexible tube that opens from one side to the uterus and from the other side to the outside. It has many fat glands and several glands that secrete sweat. The labia minora is quite sensitive. The size of the clitoris is not the same in different people and may be due to repeated irritations
The clitoris, which is embryologically and histologically comparable to the male penis. The size of the clitoris is not the same in different people, and it may become slightly larger than normal due to frequent orgasms. In most women, the clitoris is not visible even when erect. And in a loose state, sometimes it can be felt with difficulty. This organ is very vascular in many women The most sensitive part of the sexual organ but its sensitivity is never dependent on its size.
In virgin girls, the vaginal opening is partially blocked by the hymen for a short distance. Entrance to the female sexual organ Is.
Hymen and its types:
It is a thin curtain with a thickness of 1 to 2 mm, which usually has a round or crescent-shaped hole in the middle, and it usually tears at the first touch. A hole in the hymen can be any shape, including:
- two holes
- blade blade
- Funnel shaped
- one blade
- without holes
Usually, the width of its natural hole is such that the finger passes through it well. But frequent vaginal washes may cause the finger prints to become very dilated. After the first intercourse, this curtain is torn, especially from the rear side, and its remains are seen as patches on the side of the vagina, and gradually those remains also disappear.
The resistance of this membrane is sometimes so strong that it does not tear at the first approach and surgery is required to tear it. Sometimes this membrane is so elastic that not only the penis but also the baby does not tear it during birth, and sometimes it is so loose that the girl’s sports movements cause it to tear. In this way, the fact that the hymen is torn or not can not be a proof that the girl is a virgin or not. But news situations are quite exceptional and rare and should not be used as an excuse to create controversy and hide the truth. The hymen is made up of connective tissue and relatively abundant blood vessels and does not have an obvious function, and it seems to be a remnant of the embryonic period.
August 31, 2011 22:35
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