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06 Apr 2004
i am a very small woman down there, my boyfriend can get in, his finger is the only thing that can fit in there. although i am not a virgin, i have not had sex in about eight years, so i think i just got tighter and tighther. i have tried a vibrator, its painful to put it in, so i stopped. is there anything i can do to open my vagina up a little. i am also very small build, i don't know if small girls naturally have small vaginas. or if its just the way i am. my periods also last for 2 days only, i asked my doctor because i was worried about it, he said i probably have a small uterus. i am 33 and have no children. please help. the no sex aspect of the relationship is putting a strain on the relationship.
While it is true that small people may be small overall, the vagina usually stretches quite a bit. It may be that the hymen has torn badly and therefore the entrance is narrow. I would suggest that you see a gynaecologist to assess the situation.
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