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This has never happend before, and i'm really scared, my vagina entrance is closed off by thick skin? I know it's not my hyem or how ever you spell it (sorry). I'm not a virgin, this has NEVER happend. Please help? :\
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replied August 27th, 2010
Hi there, thank you for posting your question. My area of expertise is in human sexual dysfunction. I hope I can be of some small help to you.

Do not be scared. This can be fixed. My first thoughts are that this is secondary vaginismus. Can you put your finger in?



Dr Andrew Rynne.
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replied June 14th, 2013
when l put my finger its the thick skin l touch
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replied June 14th, 2013
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when l put my finger its the thick skin l touch
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replied June 14th, 2013
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How deep can you put your finger in? Put a bit of saliva (spit) on your finger and see how deep it will go. There is nothing that you can break.

Your cervix are at the top of your vagina. It feels like the tip of your nose but it has a little dimple in the middle where the very small hole is. Your finger can however go way past and around it.
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