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hello doctor....i m married girl..ts been 1 yer and 4 month to my wedding...last monh we started unprotected sex...want 2 get pregnent now...was just reading article on internet about women body and came to know that lagy body have 2 place in front or you can say holes in front..then i examine my body and came 2 know that it is right...there are two whole in front...and 1 at back ofcourse...the problem is dat i am confuse dat to which hole sex is done upper one or lower 1....and what is the purpose of two hole....reallly confuse...plz help me out....


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replied May 27th, 2010
Sexual Health - Women Answer A12532
Hi,
Welcome to the ehealthforum. I am glad to help you out.

The upper hole is the urethral opening which is connected to the urinary bladder and through which urine comes out.

The lower hole is the vagina which is connected with the uterus. The penis is inserted in the vagina at the time of the sexual intercourse.

The sperms ultimately enter the uterus and fuse with the ovum resulting in the formation of a zygote which is implanted in the inner lining of the uterus.

I sincerely hope this information helps. Take care.


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