When I spread my vagina lips, I have my pee hole, then below that there is this bump, that has one or two tiny holes, and it's kinda hard and squishy at the same time,& looks like a sponge. is that normal? Under that is the vagina obviously, well you can't really see my hole becuz blocking it is this flesh looking thing, i dont know if thats my pubic bone, my finger curves when i stick it in my vagina, i just don't know what it is? any idea? is that normal too? So basically when I spread my lips it's nothing but flesh, I dont see a hole, it just looks like a gross thing, and then right underneath that is my vagina hole. But i dont know why i have all that folds or bumps. Kinda like my bone is right there. help? no std's or anything, I have a one year old. 6 week check up went okay. Vaginal birth. Did I heal like this? I had an epsiotomy.
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