Q&A: My Clitoris And Vulva Are Fusing Together. Is This Okay?

The glans clitoris sometimes seems to fuse to the clitoral hood. Changes to the structre of the vulva, whether to the clitoris or the vaginal lips, can occur as part of menopause, when estrogen levels decrease, or as a result of a genital skin condition such as one called lichen sclerosus.

Q&A: When I Haven’t Had Sex For A While, I Bleed A Lot. Why?

Try using a water-based or silicone-based lubricant to make sex more comfortable and pleasurable and to reduce the risk of tearing. You might also try sex positions that give you more control so that you can make sure the sex that you do have is gentle in terms of impact and the way that it feels.

Q&A: Connection Between Sexual Abuse & Urge To Pee Before Sex?

As it turns out, it is not uncommon for women to feel as though they have to pee in relation to sexual arousal or sexual behavior. The clitoris, vagina and urethra (which connects to the bladder) are so closely connected that some scientists have suggested that we use the term “clitoral complex” to refer to these interconnections.

Q&A: Why Do My Vaginal Fluids Taste Sour?

Each woman’s vaginal scent and taste are unique to her. So, although it is common for vaginas to taste or smell a bit yeasty, acidic or like sour milk, a woman’s vaginal taste can change throughout her menstrual cycle or in response to her behaviors or her health.

Q&A: My Vagina Has Gotten Bigger Since Giving Birth

Although not all women notice changes in the way that sex feels after having been pregnant or given birth, some women do. It’s not uncommon for us to hear from women who have questions about their vaginal tightness or about partner slippage issues in which the penis keeps slipping out of the vagina during intercourse.

Q&A: Why Is There A Strong Odor During Sex?

It can be difficult to talk to a sexual partner about genital odor, particularly since many women and men are sensitive about how their sexual partners perceive their bodies. People generally want to feel attractive, desirable and sexy to their partner – and feeling as though they smell bad can make it hard for them to feel desirable.

Q&A: Did Masturbation Change The Shape Of My Genitals?

Many women have questions about their size and shape of their genital parts – and quite a few women have wondered, like you, if their masturbation has played a part. There is no “standard” size of shape to women’s labia and neither masturbation nor partner sex are what shape a woman’s genital parts.