I was just wondering what is the inside of my vagina suppose to feel like? Mine is very bumpy, my bf said it felt 'very textured in there.' From the moment a finger is inserted until it can't go in anymore all the walls are very bumpy a bit like a sponge I guess. Is this normal? I am starting to worry.
The inside of my vagina is really bumpy on one side bit it doesn't hurt or anything. I have been researching it an apparently it's completly normal but I'm really worried that, if I ever get fingered, it will be really embarrassing and the boy would think I'm disgusting or something.
Every woman's vagina is different, like every guys penis is different. Some women have bumps in their vaginas, some have ridges, some have like waves, and others have just a smooth lining. Nothing to worry about. It is completely normal.
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