The hymen is a very thin membrane that covers the opening of the vagina and can be torn for various reasons, one of which is having sex. The hymen is not the same in all girls and has different types. In this article from the section sexual Dr. Salam examines the types of hymen and analyzes the pores on it. Do you know which type of hymen is more painful during sex and which one opens without any pain? Stay with us.
Types of hymen
The types of hymen include thick, triangular, natural or normal, ring, mesh, walled, non-porous, perforated, sieve, and microscopic. It is even possible for a girl not to have veil.
In this type, the thickness of the veil is more than normal, and girls who have this type of veil have more painful intercourse and bleed more. In some cases, the rupture of the hymen in these people goes as far as the rupture of the vagina.
Triangular or Triangular
The most common type of veil is the triangular form, where the pores on the hymen are placed together in the form of a triangle.
The natural hymen is in the shape of a half moon, and menstrual blood comes out of it.
Annular is a condition of the hymen that forms a ring around the opening of the vagina, which after sexual intercourse, masturbation or other physical stimulation in that area, its shape and form will change.
This type of curtain can be expandable (it has the ability to grow, that is, it is elastic) and non-expandable (it does not have the ability to stretch, that is, it is inelastic). The expanding (elastic) ring membrane does not tear with sexual intercourse.
These types of curtains look like they have holes that only allow menstrual blood to pass, but they make it very difficult to have sexual intercourse.
Curtains with walls
These types of curtains are in the form of strips of tissue that cover the vaginal opening. This tissue can be hard and thick, which may make it difficult to use tampons and deep penetration. For some people, the walls naturally stretch or tear on their own. It is necessary for a healthcare professional to repair the tissue through surgery.
Instead of having one hole, there are two tiny holes on the vagina in the walled membrane, and this condition is due to the presence of a thin membrane between this extra tissue. Girls who have a walled membrane, usually have sex. , they will have problems. A walled hymen can also be turned into a normal state by performing a small surgery and removing the excess tissue. If you have any of these abnormalities or pain during sex, you should consult a gynecologist.
Curtains without holes
These types of curtains completely cover the opening of the vagina, which makes menstruation difficult and needs to be corrected through surgery. Without surgery, they may cause health problems, such as infection.
This type of hymen is often diagnosed at a young age. The hymen without a hole completely covers the woman’s vagina and it seems that the flow of menstrual blood cannot escape from it. As a result, blood backs up into the vagina and causes accumulation in the abdomen and abdominal or back pain. Some girls may have difficulty urinating or have pain during defecation. A hymen without a hole is a kind of abnormality that during a small surgery, you can remove the excess tissue of the hymen and create a natural state where menstrual blood can easily flow out.
The hymen has a tiny hole
In this hymen model, a thin membrane covers the woman’s vagina and usually, menstrual blood can flow from the vagina, but the hole is very small and tiny. A girl who has a hymen with a small hole usually faces problems in using tampons or having sex. This condition can be turned into a normal state by performing a minor surgery and removing the excess tissue. In this case, menstrual blood can also easily come out of the vagina.
Sieve or Cribriform
Pores like a sieve can be seen on the hymen, but the veil completely covers the opening of the vagina.
Microperforate or microperforate hymen
In this case, the pores on the curtain are so small that they can be mistaken for a curtain without holes. They can only be diagnosed with a careful medical examination.
One in every 10,000 girls can be born without a veil. This happens in the stage of formation of the vaginal opening, in which case, due to the formation of the vaginal opening more than usual, the veil cannot be seen at all and it is as if the person is without a veil.
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